View video of Brad Smith, broker/owner of HomeSmart Realty Group this morning on CBS4 Denver talking about the ‘No Socks to Work’ campaign benefiting the homeless.
The campaign encourages people to donate a new pair of socks to the homeless today or through the month of December. See a full list of drop-off locations at HomeSmart Realty Group or American Title Services offices throughout the Metro Area.
December 11, 2012
“No-Socks-To-Work™” Day is 12/12/12! Ditch the socks at work and donate a new pair to benefit the homeless. Donations will be accepted through the month of December. Drop off locations include HomeSmart Realty Group offices in Denver at http://hs0017.homesmartfranchise.com/ouroffice.cfm
December 3, 2012
HomeSmart Realty Group is an official sponsor of ‘No Socks to Work Day’ on 12/12 and will donate 500+ socks to people in need. See HomeSmart broker/owner Brad Smith taking it off for a cause. Read more.
November 28, 2012
If you’re going to take the plunge and use Twitter to promote your small business, or if you’ve already started on the network, ensure learning hashtag etiquette is high on your to-do list. Read more.
November 19, 2012
Just launched the new AimeeMillerMarketing.com! We invite your to look around and give us your feedback on the site. And stay tuned for more marketing & PR resources in our blog!
November 1, 2012
Great article on promoting your blog posts via social media.
30 ways to promote your next blog post
If you write a great a blog post, but no one reads it, did that post ever really exist? Read more.
October 25, 2012
Check out the 9News segment with Emmy-Award Winning Writer/Producer, Shane DeRolf of Yeterday’s Zoo talking about this weekend’s Boo at the Zoo event at Denver Zoo. Yesterday’s Zoo will be the featured interactive experience at the event with book signings from Shane DeRolf. Watch the video.
September 27, 2012
Great article on some basic communication principles we might tend to forget or forgo, but shouldn’t!
1. Voice mail greeting
Smile when you record it. You don’t want to sound perky, just pleasant. Listen to the difference when you record the message while wearing a happy face—it might surprise you.
2. Email subject line
Never leave it blank. This rudely assumes that whatever you have to say is so important that the recipients will open it anyway. Think of the subject as a headline. Tease the main point there. A short, catchy, specific subject is sure to get a quicker response than the dreaded “following up” or “hi.”
3. Email message body
In a business-related email, leave out the emoticons, especially when the message is being sent to your superiors or more than one person.