VREBC was a happening event, hosted by the Real Estate Tomato's founder and principle, Jim Cronin. The event was attended by over 4000 registrants and I am certain there was no one in attendance that was disappointed.
The on-line all day course was divided into 4 different on-line rooms with a new presentation each hour. Each presentation was 45 minutes long and each room had a link to a separate room set up on Facebook where immediately following the presentation,the presenter could receive and answer questions on the fly from attendees.
There were a total of 28 different presentations during the day. The courses focused most heavily on Social Media, with topics ranging from Setting up a Fan Page , Fan Page Strategies, Growing your Brand with Fan Pages to Building and Managing Your Own On-line Communities.
Other major topics included, Hyper Local Blogging to WordPress Being the Core of Your On-line Presence.
Specialized topics of Computing in the Clouds, Converting Leads to The Real Estate Office of the Future rounded out the courses providing for a major topic in all aspects of real estate and technology. At the end of the day, for those willing to spend yet another hour devoted to learning even more, each room had a bonus hour with a major presenter adding to the amazing amount of content presented through the day.
ActiveRain's own Bob Stewart and Brad Andersohn gave an outstanding presentation on Hyper-Local Blogging. When it comes to presentations concerning Hyper-Local Localism, ActiveRain, as the leading real estate social network, leads to way in the entire real estate industry and our ActiveRain network is light years ahead of the real estate industry on this topic.
VREBC was an outstanding event and one I feel privileged to have attended. Did I take off the whole day to attend? You bet I did. And my clients and I have understanding. When it comes to learning and keeping a sharp edge in the industry, they agree that me knowing all I can to better serve their real estate efforts only makes cents. You see, My clients always come first.