…And We Always Have Been.
Over the past three decades, William Raveis Real Estate has always stayed current with the latest marketing and technology. As the first real estate company to install the data point computer system for agents, to the introduction of fax machines in every Raveis office, we have always invested in what was necessary to excel in the industry.
February 15, 2016
In today’s busy world, it is becoming increasingly difficult to grab someone’s attention. The key to turning heads is having multiple touch points to reach and engage consumers. William Raveis Real Estate does this with a well-thought-out marketing strategy. As the world changes, so does Raveis.
January 12, 2016
Technology: It’s been woven into almost every aspect of our everyday lives as business people and consumers in today’s digital world. Over the years, it has reshaped the way in which we operate in the workforce and changed the way information is communicated. In the real estate industry, it offers great opportunities for realtors and brokers.
December 10, 2015
Social media is constantly changing. We know that it can be hard to keep up, so each month we’re going to provide you with a quick round-up of the latest news in the space. We stay on top of all the changes so you don’t have to.
July 25, 2013
At the end of January, Twitter announced the introduction of Vine, a new video service that allows users to create six-second looping video montages and share them instantly to Twitter and Facebook. While Vine is no replacement for more intensive video platforms, like YouTube, it’s definitely an interesting addition to your social arsenal.
February 25, 2013
If you’re an avid Facebook user, and I am, you’re probably used to (although still annoyed by) Facebook’s constant changes and updates to everything and anything having to do with your account.
February 18, 2013
The real estate business (and business as a whole) has changed- ALOT. Looking specifically at real estate, one of the latest points of evolution is the increasing infiltration of mobile into a realtor’s daily routine. From texting, to email, to social apps and calendars, a real estate agent can (dare I say it) almost safely pack his or her pc deep into a closet. But, with the deluge of apps, social media and software updates an individual encounters everyday, it’s often tough to extract important information from all the noise. Which begs the question, how does a realtor, or any kind of company focus on becoming a mobile business? How can entrepreneurs and Fortune 500 companies alike, leverage mobile tools to gain the coveted title of “a successful mobile business?” Well, here are some thoughts to get the ball rolling: Continue reading
June 21, 2012
One of the main reasons we whip out our smartphones these days is to utilize apps. Particularly in real estate, there are myriad apps that can help with productivity if you’re an agent and help you understand the market if you’re a consumer-Evernote, DocuSign, RECalc and USHUD are just a few examples. But, let’s face it, all work and no play makes for a really boring day. Those daily lulls while waiting for a client, for a meeting to start or to meet up with friends are stolen moments for smartphone users looking to rendezvous with their favorite time-kill apps. Don’t look so perplexed-you know you’re guilty of it! So what are some of the more entertaining apps out there that are as addicting as holiday sugar cookies? In honor of the infamous “end of the year top 10s and 5s list” style, we decided to name our top 5 time-kill apps:
December 21, 2011
Welcome to this week’s Social Juice! Today I will cover a developing mobile technology, called augmented reality, talk about updated video editing on YouTube through a partnership with Picnik and provide information about the iPhone 5, due in early October.
September 16, 2011