Posted by: realestatewebtrainer | February 6, 2009

Charleston Real Estate Agents work the power of Ctrl-K

Charleston Real Estate Agents work the power of Ctrl-K

Sometimes the simplest ideas can have a profound effect on our way of thinking. The internet is now part of everything we do day to day, yet for many it is still shrouded in mystery…

So we simplify and amplify…

Question: What is the make-up of a Web and Blog Page?

Text: we all understand that…

Pictures: not that hard…

Links: Easy… just remember Ctrl-K

Feb 4th 2009: Charleston Real Estate Training Feb 4th 2009 - Exit Realty Charleston GroupExit Realty Charlseton Group held an all-day training for their agents; the training called “Real Estate Web & Blog Strategy Intensive” was attended by a full room of very enthusiastic Exit Realtors. The Realtors had a mountain of questions and all left with the clarity they need to compete online… The Brokers Andy Ackerman, Kathy Rawers, and Ann Marconi were joined by: Sonny Brown, Debbie Donovan, Tapley Garrison, Jodie Hurt, Ashley Jones, Teresa Kennedy, Kristen Lanier, Lee Lawyer, Gloria J May, John Martin, Matthew Naumann, Karen Peek, Kitty L. Power, Ellen Roberts, Tim Rodgers, Jennifer Shinners, Logan Simmons, and John Spencer.

Andy Ackerman - Broker/ Owner Exit Realty Charleston Group “Key, Seriously unbelievable training today. Everyone is raving. Highly highly recommended. Let us know what we can do for you. THANK YOU.” – Andy Ackerman.


Logan Simmons - Exit Realty Charleston Group “Dear Key, Thank you so much for coming to Mt Pleasant today to teach your Real Estate Web Site and Blogging classes! I have been a Realtor for 15 years, closed almost 500 transactions and I am 46 years old. I kid you not when I say I can’t set my own digital alarm clock, play a DVD on the TV (there are 3 remotes!), play the PS3, or turn on the Wii! I have to get my 13 year old son to help me do all the above! Thanks to you Key, I can blog now. Watch out Charleston real estate market, the old dog has learned some new tricks! Sincerely,” – Logan Simmons.


Tim Rodgers - Exit Realty The Tracey Group “Key, I appreciate the job you do and the way you do it. I have attended hundreds of training sessions in my long career path. I am secure in saying you have one the best! I have created my website, and I am taking baby steps. I will need your help. Thank You” – Tim Rodgers


Charleston Real Estate Training - Blog and Web Strategy Feb 4th 2009

Charleston Real Estate Training - Blog and Web Strategy Feb 4th 2009

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Key Yessaad - Real Estate Web Trainer About the Trainer: Key YessaadReal Estate Web Trainer. To train, inspire, and coach Real Estate Professionals succeed is my passion. I have a niche area of expertise which is the combination of Real Estate Web Strategy, Consulting, and Systems Implementation… Inquire about the various Real Estate Training Seminars.   

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