Pismo Beach, CA (PRWEB) October 16, 2006
AskBucky.com (http://www.AskBucky.com), a new Internet marketing company for real estate professionals, today announced a seminar and resource website to help agents and brokerages to execute a successful Internet strategy. Developed and presented by Keith Byrd, a real estate technology and Internet marketing expert, the seminar and website share Keith’s proven marketing and technology strategies.
The seminar will focus on the AskBucky.com “Seven Pieces of a Successful Internet Strategy” which are; websites, lead generation, website content, search engines and search engine optimization, lead management, website promotion, and marketing of listings.
Keith became a REALTOR® in 2002 after moving to the California Central Coast after a 17-year career in the high-tech industry, the last seven years as Vice President of Marketing. He quickly learned the real estate industry by being a REALTOR plus serving on the Board of Directors for his local Association of REALTORS and being the main technical evaluator for a replacement MLS system for his region. Keith also implemented one of the first real estate Blogs which has over 500 posts to-date. Today, Keith’s business model includes referring leads he receives through the Internet to a team of agents around his area, which enables him to travel and share his knowledge and experiences with other agents.
“Keith Byrd's interactive map based MLS search receives over 12,000 unique visitors each month. That is an order of magnitude more than our next highest-traffic agent,” said Gabe Gross, President and CEO of RealBird Inc, a provider of Internet Data Exchange (IDX) MLS search solutions. “Keith has definitely mastered the art and science of marketing on the Internet.”
To further assist agents and brokers after the seminar, every attendee receives a login to the AskBucky.com Resource Website. This website complements the seminar by providing tools and links on the subjects covered in the seminar plus information on products and services for real estate agents.
For additional information visit http://www.AskBucky.com.