Before, After. Oh, and that rose was nothing to mess with.
I’m loving Be Square on the iPad over coffee in the morning.
Oh, and Jeff Veen’s “How the Web Works” is great. As always.
Don’t worry, I won’t take a photo of every fire. Wait, maybe I will.
More exploring is sorely needed.
Importing Game 1 of a few friend’s league games. Makes me wanna go to and record Game 3. And yes, that is the Cocoon and Cocoon The Return DVD set.
My brother’s house has not been sold yet, but his website for it has definitely worked out already.
We’re tracking the visitors using Performancing‘s service, and we’ve been able to determine a few things about the Web site. First of all, it serves as a very good filter for all interested parties. Peter put an ad in one of the local flyers, which gave us about 40 hits to the Web site (for that day). Out of those 40 hits, they received 3 or 4 phone calls, and a few appointments to see the home. The one’s that did call, and made appointments, also saw the site and said they really liked it.
This, potentially, saved Peter the aggravation of receiving a few dozen phone calls and answering a ton of questions about the home. The web site provides very quick, easy access to most of the information about the home. Its location, price, size (even by room), and photos are readily available without ever needing to pick up the phone. Nothing is hidden.
Another thing that we should end up learning over the next few days, is if the web site reduces false positives. Since the site has fairly large, good quality photos of each room, no one should be surprised at what they see during their tour of the home. So, anyone that is coming to see the house should be fairly close to being an actual “sale”. It should be interesting to see how it all plays out in the end.
[tags]home, house, for sale, website, real estate, experiment[/tags]
My brother’s home, for sale.
My brother is selling his home in sunny Florida. He called me and asked if I’d put together a quick web site to facilitate that, and give those interested a quick way to view some photos and general information about the home.
So, we setup 6410aberdeen.com as a way to do that. It’s simple, to the point, and is fairly easy to get to. So, we’ll see how it goes – but this is definitely a little different than the normal way to do things.
[tags]real estate, home, house, for sale[/tags]