A deal that closed last week was a consumer that read my post about working with clients during or recently after a divorce. I'm not sure I want that niche, but I have to say that perhaps because I was willing to "say it out loud", we've been flooded with both buyers and sellers who fall someone where around that process.
There have been a lot of posts about content and people saying what one should or should not be blogging about:
- Make it all about real estate
- More market reports
- Bring your personality
- stop with the listings already
- people are posting jokes and recipes
Well I have my own set of advice for you (just stir me into the mix). Don't worry about what anyone else is telling you to post in your blog. I know fabulous agents who listen well and do a great job showing property and can negotiate like nobody's business who never share anything about themselves with their clients. I also know agents who talk motorcycles, cigars, children and grandchildren and still manage with all the personal chatter to find their clients a great home and negotiate a good deal for them too. Both are very successful.
It takes all kind of people to make the world go round. And perhaps it takes all kinds of bloggers to populate ActiveRain. My advice... don't put too much stock in my advice or anyone else's advice. Do your own thing. If you are like to share family photos and recipes, don't let anyone tell you that's not professional. And if you want to post listing after listing after listing that's okay too. This is MY blog and your blog is YOUR blog.
And to the consumer, reading a few blog posts may be the best way to find a brokerage that you know will be a good fit for you. You have the opportunity to do business with someone who perhaps is like minded, perhaps all professional, perhaps shares a passion of some hobby.
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