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Social Media Best Practices for Commercial Real Estate Professionals - Part 1

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During this show, we will be discussing how social media tools can be "effectively" used by professionals in the commercial real estate industry. Our featured guests are Bob Schecter and JW Najarian, the hosts of Networking Fools, a web radio show. Not only are Bob and JW knowledgable, but they are entertaining. They are also the co-founders of the CREPIG group on LinkedIn. The show will focus not so much on what buttons to push and what groups to join, but how to make this social media thing work for you. We will be drawing on Bob & JW's knowledge and experience in these things but the lessons that I have learned over the last two years of using Facebook and LinkedIn and now my web radio show. JW has been, for 30 years, a computer network technician and engineer and is now heavily invested in today's cutting edge field of Social Business Development. He now runs a marketing business for the commercial real estate industry, among other things. Bob Schecter, founder and principal officer of DMI, Development Managers Inc., a Florida based commercial real estate development and construction management company. He has been an Executive Vice President of Development at one of Miami’s oldest, largest and most prominent construction and development firms. Over the course of his career, he's been responsible for the construction and development of millions of square feet of, institutional, residential, educational, commercial and retail projects throughout New York, New Jersey, and Florida. Having been thrust into the world of social media by the recession, he quickly adapted and capitalized on the power and potential of the medium, becoming a premier Social Business Developer.
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