The Northern California Chapter of CRB invited us to come discuss Social Media Marketing and Networking with their group at their annual spring luncheon yesterday. The event is held every year at the Sacramento Convention Center. First off, I want to thank the Board Of Directors for inviting ActiveRain to speak, and also thank those who attended. It was an honor and privilege to be part of your meeting. I also want to thank President Earl Shuttleworth CRB, GRI and Executive Director – Joseph Banuat CRB for the beautiful plaque and for their wonderful hospitality. Your organization is Top Shelf.
This particular presentation was to help Brokers and Managers to understand Social Networking a bit more and also the benefits of being an ActiveRain RainMaker. Our goal is to show Brokers and Managers how a group or team Blog can benefit their company, brokerage, or them as an individual. Also why supporting agents and their effective Blogging efforts is so important. There was a great deal of interest by the group as we had 30+ CRB members/guests ask to be included in the upcoming webinar “How To Build A Powerful Team or Group Blog!”
Congratulations to Gerrett Snedaker, CRB – CEO/Broker of Frank Howard Allen Realtors in Sonoma County for winning the drawing and an ActiveRain RainMaker Membership. We’re looking forward to the development and success of Gerrett’s new Team/Group Blog. For those unable to attend, I’ve included what was shared at the luncheon: a mind map from mindmeister, a PowerPoint presentation, and a video webinar created by Steven Graham using ActiveRains own Virginia Hepp from Mesquite Nevada as a case study. Thanks again for allowing us the opportunity to be part of your meeting, we hope ideas for opportunity were shared and created for you in return.
UPDATE: Here’s the “RainMaker” Webinar Presentation if you missed it on June 11th. This was the follow-up that I recommend any Broker, Manager, or Individual agent take a look at. Thanks Bob Stewart for helping put this together for this group, you Rock!! Click below to play the video.