Posts Tagged ‘Logic Classroom’
Join us for our monthly LogicClassroom tomorrow night!
Our topic this month is “Maximizing Lead Conversion.” We’ll be looking at sites that efficiently convert users into leads. We’ll also discuss how leads are best incubated and we’ll delve into a concept we’ve been preaching here at Boston Logic for years - consistency o the user experience.
You can attend in person at our offices or you can sign in to the webinar. RSVP to email@example.com
We had a great turnout for this LogicClassroom session on effective blogging both in the office and on the phone. We explored the benefits of blogging for your business, including how to optimize your posts for SEO and how to turn a blog into a traffic and lead generation tool for your company.
I want to thank everyone who was able to attend. Don’t worry if you missed this LogicClassroom session, you can view the slides below at your convenience. Enjoy!
Our next LogicClassroom will be on 1/12/10. Learn how agents and brokers can leverage free social media to generate leads and a loyal client following. Please email Katrina if you would like to attend.
On Monday, we offered our first Logic Classroom. Realtors from all over the country dialed in. Local agents joined us in our offices!
Our next Logic Classroom will be on 12/8/09. Learn how to turn your blog into a lead generation machine!
If you missed the class here’s the slide deck:
In case you forgot, I wanted to remind everyone that we’ll be holding our first Logic Classroom this coming monday night, November 9th. Everyone is welcome to attend by Webinar. If you are a local, you can come and join us in our office. If you are interested, please email Katrina at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What will we cover in this session?
We’re going to cover how leads are sourced, incubated, and converted into sales via the web. We’re going to touch on search engines, SEO, social media, blogging, and how your website should be the foundation of it all. We’ll also go into effective website design based on our experience in the market.
I hope you will join us!
At the intersection of Real Estate, Marketing and Technology
For those who missed the most recent course in our ongoing series, which included a discussion of traditional vs new media, here are my notes from the course presentation. Hope to see you at the next class, April 13th.