This week on AG:
Sometimes when you’re busy selling homes, it’s hard to read every single article on the web that you want to, so we’re doing our best to highlight some top reading for the week for expediency. Most weeks, we can look at the top 10 articles and find a theme or two, but this week is all over the place! I can tell you personally I saw a lot of interaction offline with Duke’s CRE article and surrounding Janie’s technology column, and Russell Shaw’s articles regarding Bank of America’s deficiencies (that’s the nice way of saying it) has struck a chord with readers. Since there is no theme found this week, there’s surely something for everyone!
So, if you missed any of these stories, here are the top 10 most read AG articles of the week:
- Bank of America Retard Division for Short Sales by Russell Shaw
- Google + Maps + Real Estate Search = No IDX Required by Janie Coffey
- Bank of America Achieves Surrealistic Central Status by Russell Shaw
- Commercial Real Estate Data – Nationally Inconsistent by Duke Long
- The United States of Facebook – How People Cluster Online by Lani Rosales
- R.I.P. M.L.S. by Fred Glick
- So Where Do We Go From Here? Management of Online Risk by Greg Cooper
- Success Simplified – The FIX or Fire It Method by Ken Brand
- Meet Where They Are: Communicating With Consumers by Janie Coffey
- AG Poll – Where Do You Spend Most of Your Work Day? by Lani Rosales
Top 10 Most Read Articles of weeks past:
Our publishing of the top 10 is new to 2010, so check it out if you missed it!
- Top 10 of the week ending February 5
- Top 10 of the week ending January 29
- Top 10 of the week ending January 22
- Top 10 of the week ending January 15
- Top 10 of the week ending January 08
- Top 10 of week ending January 02
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.