Scott Vaillancourt from our Bedford NH office and Ally Karter from our Augusta ME office demonstrated the tools and techniques they have recently used for connecting with clients via Zoom and other video tools, and for delivering virtual listing presentations.
Add these meetings to your calendar so you don't miss out on this useful and relevant information. The call-in information is the same every week:
Phone: 1 646 558 8656
Meeting ID: 982 3343 8665
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Today, we continued our discussion about the power of Facebook for business. This week, your Sales Director will be sharing much more information and best practices for what to post, how to share, where to find content to post about, etc.
And watch for our upcoming 7 Tips series that give you practical, easy-to-implement tips that will have you off and running in no time.
And speaking of things to post about -- tomorrow is
Generosity has the power to unite and heal communities in good times and bad. A global threat like COVID-19 touches every person on the planet, and it presents an opportunity to come together as a global community. Let’s come together to create a wave of generosity, citizen engagement, action from business and philanthropy, and support for communities and nonprofits around the world.
We've created new graphics that include the GivingTuesdayNow logo. So even if you've shared before, share again! You can include that verbiage above, and/or feel free to add your own personal message.
We know it's tough to find things for the kids to do. Our activity book all about "Home"includes coloring pages, games, puzzles and more.
Recording from today's presentation: The Power of "I Am."
Tune in Mondays at 9 am to set your mindset for the week ahead.
1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
Meeting ID: 819 9090 7759
If you're only using Zoom for one-on-one meetings with your client, there isn't much to be concerned about in terms of security. By sharing a link directly with your client, you're giving them access to get directly into your shared meeting. The chances of getting hacked are very slim. You'll know instantly if someone's in your meeting that shouldn't be, and you can easily remove them.
Much of what you may hear about Zoom security pertains more to larger meetings where links may have been shared publicly via social media or other venue, and it's harder to keep track of who's attending. If you'd like to learn more, click here.
Remember to go to https://www.tmgcareers.com/covid-19-guidance to view the upcoming learning sessions. This is also where we will post links to recordings of past learning sessions as soon as we have them.
Look for the calendar toward the top of the page. It looks like this:
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