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What is Spam, and what is allowed business communications?
The short answer is: If you haven't gotten permission from a Prospect/Stranger or Client to send them an email, you aren't allowed to email them.
I've got a couple of links for you, depending on where you live.
If you live in the USA, you are governed by the CAN-SPAM laws:
https://www.ftc.gov/tips-advice/business-center/guidance/can-spam-act-compliance-guide-business
If you live in Canada, you'll need to follow CASL:
http://kb.mailchimp.com/accounts/compliance-tips/about-the-canada-anti-spam-law-casl
And if you live anywhere else, this page has country by country list of local email legislation:
http://kb.mailchimp.com/accounts/compliance-tips/terms-of-use-and-anti-spam-requirements

Note that RealtyJuggler builds-in as much stuff as we can to help make your emails compliant.  But we can't get permission for you from your list of emails.  That is going to require at least a phone call from you.
If you've got questions about this, or anything else, please give us a call:  970-672-3467
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One of the main ways an agent demonstrates their expertise is to be proactive - and the key element of being proactive is keeping the client well informed.
This website will give your clients an idea of how loud prospective properties are based on road noise and business density. 
http://howloud.com/
Note that if there are specific local sound sources that are not traffic / road-noise related, that those things won't show, but this website does provide a good overview for your potential buyers.
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This last Thursday, Realtor magazine published a short article about the simple things you can do to de-clutter / organize your home.  
http://realtormag.realtor.org/daily-news/2016/01/07/tips-get-organized-in-new-year
I think that at least equally important is to organize / de-clutter your business life.  Take small steps.  Even if you are still mostly paper based, consider putting each person, as you contact them, into a CRM, along with notes and possibly a followup reminder "touch" task, and a category, indicating their interests / needs.  Tackle your pile of paper just one person at a time and before you know it, you will be organized.
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Happy New Year!
A fresh start can happen any time of the year - but there is something compelling about New Year’s Resolutions.  Often they are about self-improvement – quitting doing something, or to start doing something. 
January is typically one of the slower months for buying and selling of any type of Real Estate.  If there was ever a time to add new tricks to your sales book, this is it.  If you have RealtyJuggler, or another CRM, but aren’t using all of the features – this is the perfect time to explore and perhaps try something new.  
US News & World Report had a good article a couple of weeks ago about New Year’s Resolutions:
http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/the-frugal-shopper/articles/2015-12-16/how-to-prepare-for-new-years-resolution-success
The last one on their list: Resolution: Get organized is I think the most important one for agents.  Getting into the habit of using RealtyJuggler regularly is a great first step.  
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Kaitlin Williams has a quick checklist of things that we should be doing in December.
The temperature is dropping steadily, each night is lit up with ribbons and light, and you're frantically trying to cross off the last few items on your holiday shopping list. Welcome to December! Young woman dressed in winter clothes holds her smartphone and a cup of coffee in the ...
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F.O.R.D.
When you are talking with clients, or prospective clients, are you "all business", or do you make an effort to get to know them? Do you have a technique or method, or does it come easy for you? This article shows a simple method to get your clients talking. I've been told that once you get to "D", you'll have a customer for life.

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Tomorrow, Borino is doing an exclusive FSBO master class for Realty Juggler.
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How to turn even the toughest FSBOs into loyal clients and great listings.. Without uncomfortable rejection... And without being pushy. NEW practical action strategies from Borino. You will learn: * Where to find motivated FSBOs instantly * Three easy contact strategies ...
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Time Online had a pretty good article on what will be happening in 2016 for the housing market.  Low inventory equals high demand.  Now might be the time to concentrate on your long-term listing prospects - clients that have told you that they are interested in selling, but "not quite yet".  It may be yet, now.
The Fed has raised interest rates, millennials are getting older...so what does next year's housing market look like?
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What New Year's resolution isn't on your list, but should be?  *Change all of your passwords to something new.*  Yep, most of us are guilty of using the same passwords for multiple accounts, but if you want to be safe(r) and less easy for someone to hack, now may be the time to change all your passwords.   Pro tip - the longer a password, the harder it is to hack - even if it is a series of words such as farmcharlierealestateyellow - many websites require special characters, but the truth is, a long password without special characters is more secure than a shorter password with special characters.  Note that there aren't any special character requirements for RealtyJuggler passwords.
How to remember all those passwords though?  I think the best way is to write them in a book, along with the access info needed, and then keep that book in a locked drawer / secure space.  
The following page is a semi-lighthearted but serious look at the passwords that you absolutely should not use, but that people do use.
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In addition to keeping your other New Year's Resolutions, consider adding Get Organized as the first one on your list. Nothing is going to improve your life / lifestyle / peace of mind more than getting your business organized.
RealtyJuggler is here to help. You may have seen our press release, which you can read here:
http://www.realorganized.com/press/Desktop_Upgrade20.html
RealtyJuggler's newest feature is that we offer one-on-one training. No charge. So if you aren't using a CRM, or you are looking to get more out of RealtyJuggler, give us a call.
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Happy Holidays!
RealtyJuggler's gift to you is help.  If you need assistance importing a Christmas list, getting out a Bulk Email or printing labels - we are here to help.  You can send us an email by clicking the "Contact Us" icon, or give us a call: (970) 672-3467
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Holiday Card Etiquette
If you are going to send a Seasons Greetings or a Merry Christmas card, there are a few things you should bear in mind.
Cards -You will want your card (or calendar, or magnet) to reach your clients no later than mid-December. USPS delivers more than 18 billion cards between Thanksgiving and New Year's Eve. December 17th is the busiest mailing day of the year, so you will want to make sure that your card is delivered in a timely fashion by sending well before then.
Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays? If you have any doubts, play it safe. Err on the side of caution if you are worried about offending your clients.
Labels -If you aren't going to hand-print your client's address, consider using clear labels such as the Avery 18660, which are the same 30 per page, 1x2 5/8 inch labels that RealtyJuggler prints to. They look great against a color envelope.
eCards - obviously a hand-written, hand-addressed mailed card with a holiday stamp is going to get the most attention and generate the most good will.
But, if you aren't going to send a mailed card, a Holiday eCard is better than an emailed newsletter. Stay away from selling yourself too hard as an agent this time of year, and just wish your clients the best - whether it is a non-secular greeting or "Happy New Year". Remember, RealtyJuggler has both "Occasions" and "Holiday" eCard libraries, with new 2016 content available after the 1st of the year. Do send your eCards well ahead of time, too. Greetings sent on the day of the holiday will not get much attention. Send your eCard at least a week ahead of time so that it won't get lost in the shuffle. You want your eCard to be opened. 
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