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Speaking at NALS Conference 2012 #NALSConf @nalscheme

My talk this year will be entitled ‘Don’t blog, twitter or facebook until you have heard this’.

My reason is thus:

We are in the third evolution of the web, as we speak, which means that within the last decade it has become a very tangible and real asset to any business. It is a centralised database of knowledge for those that want to use it for a specific purpose. It is in your pocket and in your mind. It sorts, sifts and indexes what you want to know – or more importantly what your clients want to know.

BUT it will only work when you stop telling it what to do. No longer can you control and direct traffic, you have to let the traffic control and direct itself. After all, the ‘traffic knows what it wants, you don’t. It also knows when it wants it, what page it wants it on and it wants it NOW!

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The power of belonging … or why I started my own Property Tribe …

A few weeks ago, inspired by Seth Godin, and the fact that so many property forums are drowning in spam and commercial posts, Vanessa and I decided to form our own Property Tribe.  We wanted to provide a focal point for our property community where people passionate about property could share knowledge and experience and engage in [...]

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ego venit, ego saw, ego spammed: why property marketeers need to step up-to the plate.

Morning, just a quick note: I went to London yesterday (17th Feb 2009) to see Seth Godin. (I'm a big fan and have been following and using his wise words for a number of years now). I thought I would share with you one important aspect of what he had to say yesterday and that [...]

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