This week on AG:
When you’re too busy to read every article on AG, sometimes a quick catch up can help, so we’re bringing the Top 10 trending AG articles to you each week! This week, readers were most interested in commercial real estate, news and city lists with a dash of technology opinion for good measure.
Because it has been in the Top 10 all year and likely will continue to be, we are officially recognizing, giving high honors to and retiring Russell Shaw’s article, “Bank of America Retard Division for Short Sales.” It’s had a great run and will likely live on the sidebar for years to come, so congratulations, Russ!
Top 10 of this week:
- Spineless Cowards at NAR Scandal.com by Russell Shaw
- The Top 25 Wealthiest Counties in America by Lani Rosales
- The Future of Real Estate Photography is Here – HDR Editing by Lani Rosales
- Online Commercial Real Estate. What the Next Three Years Will Look Like by Duke Long
- Finally, Google Maps Option For Real Estate Pros Marty Martin’s AG debut article
- Bank of America Makes a Bold Move – Principal Forgiveness Lani Rosales
- Bing Maps Add Augmented Reality, Dwarfs Google Maps by Lani Rosales
- 36 Tips to Go From Selling Residential to Commercial Real Estate by Duke Long
- Are You Bright, Focused and Distinctive? Or Delusional? Take this Scrape-The-Label test and find out for yourself. by Ken Brand
- Google Chrome Extension to Increase Productivity by Lani Rosales
While you’re here
This week, we welcomed Marty Martin who will be writing about SEO and SEM and this coming Monday we will be bringing an amazingly talented writer to cover green real estate, a quickly growing segment of the real estate industry.
We always invite new writers that are thirsting for a national stage to let us know! If you’re commenting on AG, we’d love for your social networks to pop up next to your name (which is easy, just click here) and for your picture to show up next to your comments (also easy, click here)!
Top 10 Most Read Articles of weeks past:
If you want to catch up for this year, here are the Top 10 lists from every week so far:
- Top 10 of the week ending March 12 and March 19
- Top 10 of the week ending March 5
- Top 10 of the week ending February 26
- Top 10 of the week ending February 19
The Top 10 is an automated calculation based on traffic through tweets, retweets, facebook postings, organic traffic, etc. The trending topics of the day can be found at any time on the sidebar of AG which reset daily.