San Ramon, CA – August 19, 2015 – Today’s Real Estate Investors have a lot of information at their disposal, much more than they had ten — even five — years ago.
But there is a hazard with easy and cheap access to information: Information Overload.
Real estate investors, agents, and brokers can easily get bogged down in too much information. There is just too much to compute. Everything is easily accessible electronically and many feel remiss if they are not within arms’ reach of their personal computer, tablet, or smart phone. Information is often the differentiator between success and mediocrity.
But technology has its downside. Lots or real estate pros feel the pressure for being “always on” and “always connected.” There are psychological and physical conditions that exist now for many people in the industry.
So what happens? Many real estate professionals simply shun almost all in the hopes that information ignorance is bliss. But they risk being left behind.
Savvy investors, however, know how to filter out the noise and filter in the information that they need to make sound investments.
There is a delicate balance between too much information and too little.
This REI Bar Camp promises to help real estate pros build better filters and realize that they don’t have to “do it all.” Concentrate on just a couple bits of technology and capitalize on the Pareto Principle (better known as the “80-20 rule”).
That is what is so great about a bar camp. Attendees get to ask questions on the topics they care about. Discussion facilitators are leaders in their field who have learned how to use the information that is easily available to their advantage without getting bogged down in the details.
Attendees will be able to join only one discussion at a time, minimizing any chance of information overload. This is one of the real plusses of bar camps.
One of this bar camp’s leaders is a technology coach.
Bill Davis is a professional blogger and internet marketer with expertise in WordPress, social media, SEO, and information marketing. His vast background in information technology and marketing spans the gamut from the smallest start-ups to the Fortune 50.
Bill’s passion in life is teaching people. Currently, he shows people how to do stuff on the internet. Areas of expertise include blogging, WordPress, email marketing, information publishing, and social media networks like Facebook, YouTube, Google+, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
You can find out more about how Bill can help you expand your business at his website, Internet Marketing Muscle (http://internet-marketing-muscle.com), or on Facebook (https://facebook.com/InternetMarketingMuscle).
Register for this free event here: http://reibarcamp.com
Details of the event:
REI Bar Camp
August 29, 2015
10am – 3pm
San Ramon Community Center
12501 Alcosta Blvd, San Ramon, CA 94583
There will be a number of giveaways to lucky attendees, including t-shirts, Cheri’s book, an online marketing consultation, and more.
SFR Ventures makes loans that make sense. Hard Money Loans, Private Money Loans, Fix and Flip Loans, Construction Loans, GAP Funding and more.
If you would like more information about this event, please contact Beau Eckstein at (925) 852-8261 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org or register at http://reibarcamp.com
Company Name: SFR Ventures
Contact Person: Beau Eckstein
Phone: (925) 852-8261
Country: United States