ActiveRain helps me get quoted.
Late last week I received a call from California. I had no idea what was waiting for me on the other end of the phone. It was Jenna V. Loceff. She explained she was a reporter for the North Bay Business Journal and wanted to speak with me a bit about social media and real estate. In researching her article, Jenna, had a few mentions of Flickr and while googling away, she came across my article, "A stern warning (or lack thereof) - Flickr is watching you." She asked me quite a few questions and I explained the whole story of what happened between myself and Flickr. We then spent a few minutes talking about real estate and social media in general and parted ways.
On Monday morning, my tweet stream lit up with congratulations and links. I wasn't even 100% sure what everyone was talking about and then, once the sleep cleared from my head, I remembered that Jenna had told me the article would be published on Monday. I found the link in my Twitter stream and clicked on it. There I was. Quoted. The best part is that the article focuses on California, but here I am, all the way in San Antonio being quoted. The article is an interesting find, regardless of my appearance as well. Just look at the chart within the article to see what I mean.
You can read the entire article, "Residential Real Estate: Agents, brokers venture into social networking" online. Stop by and leave some comments. Who knows, Jenna might find you next.
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