What ‘The Big Lebowski’ can teach you about blogging

How can the Coen Brothers’ most beloved protagonist help you write your real estate blog and market your business more effectively? Here are five big takeaways.

What ‘The Big Lebowski’ can teach you about blogging

How can the Coen Brothers’ most beloved protagonist help you write your real estate blog and market your business more effectively? Here are five big takeaways.

Don’t just grow at Inman Connect — now you can THRIVE!

More tactical and interactive, the THRIVE workshops offer attendees live problem-solving with industry leaders.

Disconnect: Industry leaders set to define real estate’s future

Real estate leaders rolling up their sleeves for three days to come up with an ambitious forecast for where the industry will be in five years. That is the plan at Inman Disconnect in the Desert, April 8-10 in Palm Springs.

Announcing the first round of speakers for Inman Connect Las Vegas 2019

ICLV announced the first round of speakers for the weeklong educational and networking event, taking place July 23 – 26, 2019.

Want to be a local expert? Try LiveBy’s unique brand of marketing

The local web content provider thrived behind the scenes with brokerage and software partnerships, but now it’s emerging to serve the greater agent market and help real estate agents become the local voice by offering data-driven content marketing models.

Union Street Media’s omnichannel approach is helping indie brokers beat portals

Social, search, display. This Burlington, Vermont, company helps 500-plus real estate clients engage, nurture and close more buyers and sellers with only 30 employees.

Molly Bloom: You don’t know high stakes like this

Molly Bloom ran the largest underground poker game in Hollywood. Then the FBI came knocking. Now she’ll take center stage at the inaugural, Inman Connect Las Vegas, to run the table and tell Inman Connect attendees all. The first time Molly Bloom helped her then boss run an underground poker game, she went home with […]

Keller Williams debuts Command, its new AI-powered CRM

To produce Command, Keller Williams worked with 27,000 people — many of them agents — and had engineers go through other CRMs to see what worked well. The goal was to create something that was customizable and that could be configured to the needs of agents.

In Pictures: Inman Connect New York, Day 5

A recap of ICNY’s Capital Connect