In This Issue:
· Steve Nash Fitness World Open House
· Website Addition: Social Media on Dodd’s Real Estate Team
· Links Of Interest
Our office is located above Steve Nash Fitness World. For the last four years we have provided free gym memberships for our staff. We think it’s a great idea to stay healthy and fit, and with the gym one floor below it’s too easy! This Saturday, July 31, the gym — Steve Nash Fitness World — is hosting an Open House. Stop in for a look around. We are in the pyramid-shaped building at the corner of Douglas and Cloverdale in Victoria.
Podcasting — If you know how to leave a message on voicemail, you can put an audio or video podcast on your website. Why?
- Give yourself an edge by sending real-time voice messages to all your clients simultaneously.
- Inspire your customers with regular, engaging information.
- Boost your credibility with a highly visible online media tool.
- Extend the reach of your content with a powerful but low-cost media application.
- Create an online video archive showcasing your work.
- Brand it with your website and marketing materials.
Website Addition: Social Media on Dodds Real Estate Team – We worked with Chris Burdge and bWEST Interactive to help Dodds Real Estate Team create and implement their social media strategy. The tactics employed consist of a blog, which is the foundation, as well as a number of outposts: Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin. The Dodd Team is starting to build a healthy network and are receiving inquiries that could turn into business.
Links Of Interest
From IT Business: Pirate Party of Canada seeks new captain — An international political movement that’s enjoyed electoral success in Sweden. In Canada, the fledgling movement has attracted almost 2,000 supporters and a group of tech-savvy entrepreneurs are at the helm.
From Greentech Media: Will Good Vibrations Power Your TV’s Remote? — Brother Industries says someday you might shake your appliances to get them to work.
Quote: People who have something really private to say probably shouldn’t do it in a text on their cellphones. — Marc Rotenberg, Electronic Privacy Information Center
Thanks and talk to you next week,
The Radar Hill Team
PS: Listen to an abridged podcast of this newsletter.
Volume #1, Issue #20: July/30/2010