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My First Blog Post

This is not my first blog post, really.

My first public blog post, dated January 1, 2008, the post that celebrated the birth of the Intown Insider was a video post with a 1964 Rolling Stones Rice Krispies Commercial.

But this is my first blog post of a long term campaign.

In the past 90 to 120 days, the world has grown weary. We’ve all assumed some of the realities of a “bunker mentality” at every level of economic and social strata.

At the same time, transformational change is upon us, and I’ve discovered many, many new resources and points of leverage that will grow the market share of The Rootdown Group.

I will be posting a lot about Intown Atlanta real estate market statistics.

I am engaged across many parts of the internet daily, but probably the most interesting place to find me and my thoughts is on Trulia .

I am the #1 Trulia Voice in Atlanta, and to date, since December 12, 2007, I’ve answered 350 different questions about Atlanta area real estate issues. It has been a terrific source of new business for us, and we’ll keep doing what we do there.

Greg Ruis, my Business Partner at Rootdown will be adding his commentary on building practices, architecture and how to solve our demand problem. I’m teaching him how to do this, so bear with us.

Otherwise, find me @intowninsider on Twitter, or on Facebook, or around town.

Unlike the photo above, taken in Kirkwood last year, our first order of business is a good looking, ERECT sign.

Does your Realtor care enough to get that simple step 100% correct every time?

Watch my 3d quarter 2008 video on real estate statistics for Intown Atlanta and Decatur one last time, and get ready for us to come correct with the 2008 4th quarter numbers soon.

Comments

  1. Very good article. I’ve found your site via Yahoo and I’m really glad about the information you provide in your articles. Btw your sites layout is really broken on the Kmelon browser. Would be cool if you could fix that. Anyhow keep up the great work!

  2. Lee says:

    What’s the “Kmelon” browser?

    Thanks for the kind comments!

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