Homes.com is excited to be back in San Francisco for one of the biggest events in the real estate industry, Real Estate Connect San Francisco 2013! If you’re looking for the latest trends, technologies, and business practices that shape the industry, then the City by the Bay is the place to be on July 10 and 11th! Providing real estate professionals with a remarkable opportunity to network and learn from the industry’s top influence, Real Estate Connect is always ahead of the curve and this year is no exception! The Homes.com Senior Management team will be participating in four panel discussions at this year’s event, providing their expertise to real estate professionals in the following sessions:
Agents: Looking for value in the rental market? Homes.com and ForRent.com Executive Vice President, Brock Maclean (Twitter: @Bmaclean) will be speaking on Is Renting the New Normal?, Thursday, July 11 at 4:30pm.
Tech Experts and Marketing Pros: What marketing options are out there that you’ve never heard of, but should be paying attention to? Homes.com Vice President, Jason Doyle (Twitter: @JGD) will be speaking on What’s Next in Online Advertising?, Thursday, July 11 at 1:30pm.
Brokers and MLS Execs: Listings are ending up everywhere, but how can the MLS be positioned as the definitive listings caretaker? Homes.com Vice President, Andy Woolley (Twitter:@andywoolley) will be speaking on Ringleading at the Syndication Circus: Not Just Another Syndication Panel, Thursday, July 11 at 3pm.
Brokers: Want to learn the Do’s and Don’ts in social media? Then make sure to catch Homes.com’s Director of Social Media, Erica Campbell (Twitter: @EricaCampbell) in Social Awkwardness: What a Brokerage Should Do – and Not Do – in the World of Social Media, Thursday, July 11 at 4:30pm.
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