What I learned in my Active Rain 30 x 30 Challenge
In my 30 x 30 AR Challenge, I learned that it takes commitment and perseverance to put out a blog post on a daily basis for thirty consecutive days!
I tried to keep the majority of blog posts related to real estate:
Tips for Tulsa Home Buyers; Home Sellers – know your mortgage payoff; Home Repairs in the Oklahoma Real Estate Contract; Home Buyers – it’s okay to write a fair offer; Wet crawl spaces; Why midtown Tulsa is the preferred area to live, work and play; Search homes for sale near Utica Square; It’s best to walk away from an overpriced listing; Market Report for Sunset Terrace, Travis Park and South Maple Ridge; Why I recommend my Preferred Lender; Appraisals – it’s not just about comparables any more; What is behind that closet door; The pros and cons of a garage conversion
Community events, local businesses and personal posts were also mixed in:
Our Greek Gift to the Tulsa Community; Garden Deva Arts Festival; First Draft Craft Beer Tasting; Rock the Vote in Nov 12th election; Hafli Fall festival; Route 66 Marathon; Tulsa’s 2nd Whole Food Market opening; Thanksgiving – a few of my favorite things; Small business Saturday; Glow on the Green – Downtown Progressive Lighting Tour; Brownies Hamburgers
And I had a mix of Social Media sprinkled in:
Internet Exposure to Market your Tulsa home for sale; How to use Pinterest to market Real Estate
And some blogging related:
Don’t use copyrighted photos ever; Winter Meet Up in Tulsa
Five posts were featured:
- Appraisals – it’s not just about comparables any more
- The pros and cons of a garage conversion
- Why I recommend my Preferred Lender
- Don’t ever use copyrighted photos in your blog
- How to use Pinterest to market real estate and help your SEO
Although I’m still going to blog in December, I’m probably not going to churn out one post per day. I do think taking this challenge helped me out of my blogging FUNK, and it brought to the forefront that blogging is part of my JOB.
My favorite post during the 30-day challenge was Internet Exposure to Market your Tulsa home for sale – and it did not get featured. It’s basically my listing presentation in a nut-shell, although I don’t think I made that clear in the introduction paragraph.
So, thank you AR for putting this challenge out there, and I’ll gladly take my 5,000 points now. Thank you fellow Rainers for taking time to read and comment on many posts. Collectively, we are a kick-ass group of professionals that consistently puts out quality and relevant real estate related information.
See you all in the Rain tomorrow, but don’t expect a blog post from me for at least another two days! Oh, and the REASON the 19th is getting circled on the calendar is because that's the last day I had a cigarette!!!!
Lori Cain in Tulsa
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Please visit my web site if you are shopping for Tulsa homes for sale or call 918-852-5036 for more information about Midtown Tulsa Real Estate.
In addition to my advanced grasp of the internet to market your Tulsa home for sale, I include a home staging consultation with every listing AND professional photography - at no aditional cost to you!
Lori is a residential Realtor with Chinowth & Cohen Realtors serving the greater Tulsa area and specializing in downtown Tulsa and midtown Tulsa real estate.