CCIM announces new technology and social networking course

Jan 22

Technology and Social Networking Tools for Today’s Real Estate Professional
This 1-day course, taught by Todd Clarke, CCIM, teaches how to implement the latest technology and social networking tools into a real estate professional’s day-to-day business and add value to clients. Participants will review the latest hardware available, including smart phones, iPads and netbooks, and find software and data storage solutions. In addition, develop a business strategy for using social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, through hands-on exercises.

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Make an informed decision on hardware and software solutions for your business
  • Determine which social networking sites are best suited to expand your business and inform your clients
  • Communicate to existing and potential clients through blogs, tweets and other social media
  • Learn how to add value to your clients’ needs and NOT become a spammer
  • Course location and pricing
    Chicago, IL ~ April 5, 2011 ~ 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
    Levine Learning Center
    430 N. Michigan Ave Suite 800 ~ Chicago, IL 60611

    Members $295 Non-members $395
    Instructor: Todd Clarke, CCIM

    Click here to register

    January computer garage sale

    Jan 08

    Good morning! I’ve got two laptops for sale today:

    Light weight Sony TZ90s – about the size as macbook air – unique custom design – has 32 gigabyte ssd drive for running windows (fast!) and a 2nd internal 500 gigabyte drive for holding all of your data – more info can be found by clicking here– only $479.


    I also have a larger, more powerful Samsung R480 laptop also for sale – recently purchased from BestBuy – includes 500 gig harddrive and blu-ray player – more info here only $399.


    iPhone is coming to Verizon

    Jan 07

    After over almost a full year of rumors, it looks like it will be announced this coming Tuesday. Thanks to the Gizmodo guys for hanging out at CES to cover this!

    Update: Gizmodo has a full breakdown on the differences between a Verizon iPhone and an AT&T iPhone – the key difference (for me) is that the Verizon iPhone can’t do voice and data at the same time (so you can’t talk on your headset and look something on the web).

    Update 2: are you a current AT&T user and curious what it will cost you to switch? Check out Wolfram|Alpha widgets tool.