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Eric “The Coach” Bryant
Works at ClosingLinc
Attended School of Hard Knocks
Lives in Newport Beach, CA
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Eric “The Coach” Bryant originally shared:
 
“This series of Blog Posts is intended to scour the Internet, for some reasonable explanation of  CRM, knowing full well that we may NEVER Find it!”  Post #3 – GOism.com’s Explanation of … “What is CRM?” First … who is GOism.com? They are actually a…
"This series of Blog Posts is intended to scour the Internet, for some reasonable explanation of CRM, knowing full well that we may NEVER Find it!" Post #3 - GOism.com's Explanation of ... "What ...
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Eric “The Coach” Bryant originally shared:
 
“This series of Blog Posts is intended to scour the Internet, for some reasonable explanation of  CRM, knowing full well that we may NEVER Find it!”  Post #5 – B2B Whiteboard’s Explanation of … “What is CRM?” First, who is B2B Whiteboard? According to…
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Eric “The Coach” Bryant originally shared:
 
“This series of Blog Posts is intended to scour the Internet, for some reasonable explanation of  CRM, knowing full well that we may NEVER Find it!”  Post #5 – B2B Whiteboard’s Explanation of … “What is CRM?” First, who is B2B Whiteboard? According to…
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Ok, let me paint a scenario for you … You’re in Starbucks and you overhear the young couple next to you, talking about having a baby, or some other lifestyle event OR maybe they are talking about starting their Home Search, whatever. Your ears perk up a little, because you know, that events like this in life lead to Home Ownership!

You listen a little bit more, hoping to gather more intel, before you “Make your Move”

Then, just when the time is right, you say “Excuse me, I couldn’t help but overhear your conversation” “I’m so happy for you” “in times like this you may find yourself thinking about buying a home” “It would be my pleasure to help you with that, when you are ready” “here is my card”

Could you do that? Would you do that? Of course you would!

What if I told you, that Technology can place you in a Virtual Starbucks, 24 hours a day/7 days a week and monitor those conversations for you, allowing you to peak in on them whenever you have a moment?

Would that be valuable? Hell Yes

That’s exactly what NextDoor offers you. A chance to listen and be a part of the conversations taking place in your neighborhood (Otherwise Known as Farm)  and hopefully, become a part of them, allowing you to introduce yourself to everyone in a non-obtrusive way. Listen to what people are saying on NextDoor …

Puppies for Sale
Found a Cat
Singles Meet Up at 7pm Wednesday
Garage Sale next Saturday
Selling a Fridge
Ect, ect …
Real conversation by Real People …

If you are missing this opportunity, STOP right now, and get a Nextdoor account for your Farm. (If you live there, it’s even better!)

Leveraging Technology, to save time and make money, that’s what tech Tuesday is all about
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Eric “The Coach” Bryant originally shared:
 
“This series of Blog Posts is intended to scour the Internet, for some reasonable explanation of  CRM, knowing full well that we may NEVER Find it!”  Post #9 – What is CRM? The Search Continues – Stanton Allen Next up to Explain CRM First,  Who is Stanton…
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Eric “The Coach” Bryant originally shared:
 
“A contact manager (CMS) is usually used for instances where the sales interaction model of the organization is a one-to-many interaction model, in which a single sales representative is responsible for multiple roles within a company. Alternatively, a…
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Eric “The Coach” Bryant originally shared:
 
“This series of Blog Posts is intended to scour the Internet, for some reasonable explanation of  CRM, knowing full well that we may NEVER Find it!”  Post #4 – intelestream’s Explanation of … “What is CRM?” First … who is intelestream? According to their…
"This series of Blog Posts is intended to scour the Internet, for some reasonable explanation of CRM, knowing full well that we may NEVER Find it!" Post #4 - intelestream's Explanation of ... "Wh...
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Turn Your open House Into a Profit Center with Technology

December 8, 2015 at 2:00 pm [Click on Box to See Video]

I did the Open House thing last weekend here in Costa Mesa. I probably went into 15 – 20 Open Houses and 1, just 1, asked me to “Sign In” … And that 1 Sign In was in a book, with a Quill and Ink Well! COME ON MAN! Really? It’s almost 2016 … get with it

Statistically, only 2-3% of Open Homes result in an Offer. Which means 97% of the time you are there to hand out info for some other Realtor. Start turning that time you spend into Deals for you …

Open Home Pro and Spacio are 2 great Apps that can be easily installed on a tablet and give you the edge you’re looking for …

Each of these Apps offers a simple sign in on the Tablet, and your visitors are far more likely to use it, than writing in a book! They just do … they will save the info, send out an email showcasing the house and offering up some suggestions about other homes they may be interested in .. All Branded to you!

They even act as a mini CRM tool, by staying in touch with those Buyers for you.

Open Home Pro has a great Social Media integration tool and Spacio has a very cool feature, allowing you to use the App WITHOUT an Internet connection, and then processing the info the next time you are online … very cool

Stop wasting your weekends, working for the other Agent and start turning Visitors into Buyers, use Open Home Pro or Spacio S_P_A_C_I_O at your next Open House and watch your bank account grow!
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Eric “The Coach” Bryant originally shared:
 
“This series of Blog Posts is intended to scour the Internet, for some reasonable explanation of  CRM, knowing full well that we may NEVER Find it!”  What is CRM? Part 6 – A Pause for the Scholars from Cranfield University to Tell us “Why CRM Fails”…
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Eric “The Coach” Bryant originally shared:
 
“This series of Blog Posts is intended to scour the Internet, for some reasonable explanation of  CRM, knowing full well that we may NEVER Find it!”  Post #7 – Tom Ferry, Infamous Real Estate Coach, Explains “The Best” CRM Ever! First, in case you didn’t…
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Eric “The Coach” Bryant originally shared:
 
“This series of Blog Posts is intended to scour the Internet, for some reasonable explanation of  CRM, knowing full well that we may NEVER Find it!”  Post #8 – BAASS Business Solutions Takes a Shot at Explaining CRM! First,  Who are BAASS Business…
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Eric “The Coach” Bryant originally shared:
 
“This series of Blog Posts is intended to scour the Internet, for some reasonable explanation of  CRM, knowing full well that we may NEVER Find it!” and we may have just found a path to solving this very difficult question … read on  Post #10 – What Does…
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CEO - ClosingLinc "The Customer Relationship Engine"
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Bringing Sales and Clients Together, Like Never Before!
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    As the CEO of ClosingLinc, The Real Estate Industry's 1st CRE (Customer Relationship Engine), I am overseeing the Development and Deployment of a Software program uniquely designed to "Bridge The Gap" in existing CRM Technology by creating an exceptionally high level of Engagement between Realtors and their Sphere of Influence using Automation. My passion has always been bringing Realtors and Clients closer together, and now I am living that passion! Life could be worse ;-) I am also a Consultant & Speaker, specializing in the Real Estate Industry, with a focus on The Internet, and it's endless potential for Marketing a business. I have been Blogging since late 2007, and an early Adopter on Facebook, Twitter, and Wordpress. Also known as "TheRECoach", I instill the importance of Branding, and Brand Recognition in all of my coaching. Eric "The Coach" Bryant
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As the CEO of ClosingLinc, The Real Estate Industry's 1st CRE (Customer Relationship Engine), I am overseeing the Development and Deployment of a Software program uniquely designed to "Bridge The Gap" in existing CRM Technology by creating an exceptionally high level of Engagement between Realtors and their Sphere of Influence using Automation. 

My passion has always been bringing Realtors and Clients closer together, and now I am living that passion! Life could be worse ;-) 

I am also a Consultant & Speaker, specializing in the Real Estate Industry, with a focus on The Internet, and it's endless potential for Marketing a business.

I have been Blogging since late 2007, and an early Adopter on Facebook, Twitter, and Wordpress. 

Also known as "TheRECoach", I instill the importance of Branding, and Brand Recognition in all of my coaching. 


Eric "The Coach" Bryant
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The Real Estate Coach, The Coach
Just when you think you have tasted your share of amazing food on your getaway to Wine Country, someone suggests you try "Sides Hardware & Shoes". You, naturally, reply WTF? Then something wonderful happens. You are treated to a festival of outstanding flavors like, the Bacon Mac & Cheese, Grilled Cheese sandwich with Copa, or the Hammered Pig Salad as we were & you are proven wrong! There is more. If you walk past this Gem, or somehow miss out on trying it, you lost out on a rare opportunity =) Bon Appetite
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What a wonderful surprise! This winery specializes in blends and thier Red blends are "Off The Hook" good! I fell in love with the Fruition (Pictured), a GSM blend with a "Twist" 3% Viognier .... so 54% Grenache, 36% Syrah, 7% Mourvedre, & 3% Viognier .... OUTSTANDING! Hard to find this little Gem, but don't give up, until you do. Cheers
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Had to eat something, because we were getting a Lil drunk from the wine tasting =) I had the Turkey Burger, Gina had the Brisket Sandwich ... only one word could accurately describe them ... Awesome! Don't miss this place
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What a "Treat" this turned out to be =) Last minute trip, last minute reservations, & thought we were talking a chance. Turned out great! Spacious & Comfortable rooms. Wonderful amenities. Great breakfast (included), Wine & Cheese hour (included), Deserts (included). Hell, they even have, 2 Tesla charging stations! Wonderful location. Hospitable Staff. Don't hesitate to book a room =) Have Fun
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A true question of the "Good", the "Bad", & the "Ugly" ... the Good, was actually very good, a grilled Halibut on a bed of lentils and grilled Italian vegetables. The "Bad" was the Persimmon Salad with wilted Spinach leaves & 3 (yes 3, I counted) thin slices of Persimmon. What about the other 25 bites? The "Ugly" was truly UGLY. .. the Tapenade served with the amazing bread was "Less than tasty", so we asked for a little Olive Oil, Balsamic, Crushed Garlic, & Grated Cheese to dip the bread in ... Little did we know, until the bill came, but they had charged us for those items! My wife and I have never shy'd away from a restaurant, simply because it was expensive, hell we live in OC "Land of over - priced restaurants", but dam it don't treat me like a dolt while your fleecing me! A true waste of what had to be the finest restaurant in that area, but they were so sure they would always have a steady stream of needy Food Lovers, they cut corners on Hospitality =( So many restaurants make this choice when they forget why they opened in the first place. Needless to say we were disappointed Best of Luck
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