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Office 365 tries to connect with local server [RESOLVED]

Recently our firm migrated a local 2010 Exchange server to Office 365 for a client. Sadly, the newly created accounts for Outlook 365 kept connecting to the local server, a machine that was not yet ready for decommissioning. We could see this in Outlook>File>Info>Server connection. It always showed exchange.local.server (your machine

By |November 30th, 2018|Categories: Nuts and Bolts|Comments Off on Office 365 tries to connect with local server [RESOLVED]

WordPress and the Power of Blog

A recent study by the National Association of Realtors highlighted the issue of keeping up with technology. It was cited as one of the most challenging problems the membership was facing. Perhaps the greatest challenge for non-techies is sorting the fads from the trends so resources are allocated wisely to

By |November 14th, 2018|Categories: Marketing Tools for Realtors, Surveys and Research|Comments Off on WordPress and the Power of Blog

Investing in Marketing Trends

Most salespeople are willing to budget for a sensible marketing plan but some worry to the point of inaction. A common response is, “Who knows what new technology will come out next year and make everything obsolete?” Sometimes a personal endorsement persuades coworkers to buy into a hot, new marketing

By |October 9th, 2018|Categories: Marketing Tools for Realtors|Comments Off on Investing in Marketing Trends

Website content that really differentiates your business

How is a Realtor® supposed to stand out from her competition online? It's a question that webmasters and marketing assistants hear often and struggle to answer. They do their best to write cheerful website copy but the problem is that everyone says the same thing, and the result is noise.

By |September 21st, 2018|Categories: Marketing Tools for Realtors|Comments Off on Website content that really differentiates your business

SMS enabled text messaging from listings and forms

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TRES Labs 1027 Davie Street, Vancouver, BC V6E 4L2 Toll-free: 877-556-4233 info@realtywebsites.ca TEXT-MESSAGING WEBSITE LISTINGS AND CONTACT FORMS Vancouver, Canada: RealtyWebsites.ca is pleased to announce three industry leading upgrades to Agent iFrame®, a DDF® and IDX listings solution that allows agents to copy-paste automated listings into any

By |August 30th, 2018|Categories: Agent iFrame, DDF Listings News and Products|Comments Off on SMS enabled text messaging from listings and forms

See if your passwords are in the wild

Password security is among the most challenging issues facing businesses today. When a large consumer site is hacked, the email addresses and passwords are sold or shared freely online. It's relatively simple for bad guys to merge databases from different sources and compile a "login profile" for you as an

By |July 20th, 2018|Categories: Resources for REALTORS|Comments Off on See if your passwords are in the wild

No email at Outlook.com?

Are you having difficulty receiving email from a customer or a supplier at your Outlook email account? Sometimes the IP address of a server that sends mail is blocked by Outlook temporarily. If email doesn't resume again, you might try unblocking the sending IP by visiting https://sender.outlook.com. The Microsoft office

By |June 15th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on No email at Outlook.com?

Study on Investor Decision-Making Tools for Equity Hunters

In 2017, TRES Labs (realtywebsites.ca) surveyed 250 real estate agents and asked them some questions about real estate investing and decision-making tools. It turns out that approximately one-third of real estate professionals are also investors, having owned at least one rental property at some point. For the remaining group, we asked

By |June 1st, 2018|Categories: Surveys and Research|Comments Off on Study on Investor Decision-Making Tools for Equity Hunters

DIY websites for real estate agents

A brief history of agent websites In 1999, when real estate agent websites were beginning to appear online, the early adopters of the technology entered listings manually. To do this, one needed to understand HTML, FTP, and the ins-and-outs of managing a hosting account. This was completely foreign to the

By |January 2nd, 2018|Categories: Resources for REALTORS|Comments Off on DIY websites for real estate agents

Agents are required by law to archive email

The current regulations for archiving documents for sales stipulate that an agent and/or brokerage must retain the paperwork for a deal for at least seven years. As more transactions are done electronically, it becomes vital that an agent archive these files in such a way that they can be retrieved

By |December 21st, 2017|Categories: Resources for REALTORS|Comments Off on Agents are required by law to archive email