We know that she will help us to create a magazine that is both attractive and informative - a magazine that our readers will love.
Atlanta (Vocus) March 9, 2009
mRELEVANCE is pleased to announce Carol Flammer, MIRM, managing partner of mRELEVANCE, has been named to the Sales and Marketing Ideas magazine Editorial Advisory Group. Flammer will serve a two-year term on the Group and formally accepted her appointment in January of this year at the International Builders' Show in Las Vegas. Flammer will offer her expertise in several key areas, including marketing, market research and advertising.
"Flammer's knowledge and experience is a huge asset to the Editorial Advisory Group," said 2009 Editorial Advisory Group Chair Rochelle Barcellona. "We know that she will help us to create a magazine that is both attractive and informative - a magazine that our readers will love."
Members of the SMI Editorial Advisory Group are selected to represent a cross-section of the home building industry. Members are identified as being knowledgeable about different segments of the magazine's market niche. Their primary focus in serving as an editorial advisor is to assist in bringing the most current and insightful strategies, tips and news to their peers in the industry.
Advisors will help the Editor-In-Chief, Publications Editor, and Senior Editor identify hot topics, potential story ideas, authors, and sources. In addition, the Editorial Advisory Group will identify potential authors for each feature article and for the Ask a MIRM, Closers Corner, Seen on Site, and TechZone columns in each issue, based on specified criteria. In order to accomplish all of these tasks, the group will have to cooperate with one another and communicate well with potential authors.
With 19 years of Atlanta-area public relations experience, Carol has established herself as the expert in the residential real estate industry and continues to set a precedent for excellence, while continuously supporting Atlanta's building industry. She founded Flammer Relations in 1999 and built the company from the ground up. Flammer earned her MIRM (Member, Institute of Residential Marketing), Certified Sales Professional, Certified Marketing Professional and Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist designations in 2007. In 2008, Flammer Relations teamed up with MLC New Home Marketing to launch mRELEVANCE, LLC, a real estate focused public relations, Internet marketing and social media firm designed to meet client needs in a changing marketplace by building online and off line relationships that are relevant to client success. mRELEVANCE implements a combination of traditional PR services and up-to-date Web 2.0 tools (e-mail marketing, search engine optimization, social media and others) to create relevant results for clients.
About Sales and Marketing Ideas Magazine:
The goal of the award-winning Sales and Marketing Ideas magazine is to remain competitive and beneficial to its readers. Each issue is packed with valuable ideas on the latest trends, market research, advertising, marketing plans, model merchandising, sales management and much more. Top experts in new home sales and marketing write all articles. For more information, please visit http://www.nahb.org .
mRELEVANCE, LLC, is a public relations, Internet marketing and social media firm designed to meet client needs in a changing marketplace by building online and off line relationships that are relevant to client success. Combining the talents and resources of public relations and social media firm Flammer Relations with the power of Internet marketing services at MLC New Home Marketing, mRELEVANCE implements a combination of traditional PR services and up-to-date Web 2.0 tools (e-mail marketing, search engine optimization, social media and others) to create relevant results for clients.
With offices in Atlanta and Chicago, we can connect your company with buyers and build relevant relationships nationwide. For more information, visit http://www.mRELEVANCE.com or call 770-383-3360 or 847-259-7312.
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