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BloodhoundBlog Unchained

Social Media Marketing Conference for real estate professionals
May 18-20, 2008, The Heard Museum Event Center, Phoenix, AZ

Want to stay ahead of the pack in your marketing? Come to Phoenix next May and master The Art of the Bloodhound

Here’s where we start: Brian Brady had an idea for a BloodhoundBlog Conference about truly contemporary guerrilla real estate marketing, the tactics real grunts on the ground are using right now in the jungles we find ourselves in. Three days in Phoenix, for a start, with intensive classes on how to make the stuff that really works really work for you right now.

David Gibbons, bless his eager mind, came up with this in a comment on the blog:

My primary takeaway from NAR was that the social media marketing opportunity in RE is misunderstood and largely ignored. Yet, I’m more convinced than ever that SMM can revolutionize real estate. I actually had a fleeting thought yesterday as I walked the expo floor that it would have been cool to have a booth dedicated to Real Estate Weblogging 101 and that “Bloodhound” might well become a premier REALTOR (or agent?) designation/qualification.

It doesn’t seem to work as a designation. Our world moves too fast. To say, “I have arrived,” is to announce that you have volunteered to be left behind. But an annual Bloodhound badge to put on your web site would be a potent testament to your valor as a guerrilla marketer.

We have dates: May 18-20, 2008. After that, things get nebulous. But: All work and no play makes for a boring Bloodhound, so we’ll do something fun Saturday night, May 17, if you fly in early. Then maybe a networking/cocktail party Sunday night. There might be time for a round of golf on Monday morning. We might also set up real estate tours at that time, so you can get some product knowledge while you’re here. Or you can swim and sunbathe while the weather in Phoenix is still ideal — hot and dry.

But keep in mind that we’re only leaving time for leisure because we plan to work very hard. This is an event for people who already understand why we’re doing this stuff and want to learn how to do it better. We always want to push things farther and faster than anyone else. We always want to be at the head of the pack. Don’t be surprised if our instructors assign homework, you should expect that more than one brand new Black Pearl will come out of the event.

This is going to rock. We’ll keep it inexpensive, because the idea is to put money into your pocket, not take it out.

True fact: We’ve never done anything like this before. But we have two reasons to be sanguine notwithstanding. First, we’re Bloodhounds. We never do anything half-assed. And second, we always attract the talent we need where and when we need it. You can be sure we’ll be talking more about this as we go along.

In the mean time, mark your next year’s calendar for the 18th, 19th and 20th of May. You’re going to be in Phoenix learning The Art of the Bloodhound.

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  1. […]  Addendum: I’ve built an interest-list form. If you want to come to town and play the Bloodhound way, speak up so we can keep you optu date by email. […]

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  4. […] Teri Lussier asked me if there would be a theme song for BloodhoundBlog Unchained. She later repented of the question, but she was more right than she knew. Of course there will be a theme song for the conference. […]

  5. […] This is my choice for the theme for BloodhoundBlog Unchained. Teri Lussier has a different idea, which I’ll share with you tomorrow. If you think both of us are all wet, say so by email, telling me what you think our theme should be. Be assured that there will be music. It it’s too loud, you’re too old. […]

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  8. […] Here is Teri Lussier’s pick for the theme for BloodhoundBlog Unchained, The Who performing We won’t get fooled again. […]

  9. […] Today that’s easier than ever to do. A web 2.0 world lets anyone with laptop and an internet connection seize control of the message. So just do it. Events like the BloodhoundBlog Unchained Conference and others can you get the tools and knowledge you need to combat this misconception and help right many years of wrongs. So just do it. […]

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  12. […] By Todd Carpenter, REMBEX Blog Fiesta | November 20, 2007 May 18, 2008toMay 19, 2008Exact details are are still in play. However mark your calendars for May 18th and 19th. The folks at Bloodhound blog are planning a guerrilla marketing seminar for Web2.0 real estate & mortgage professionals. To show your interest in attending or contributing, go here. […]

  13. […] I had cloisonne lapel pins custom-made to celebrate the forthcoming BloodhoundBlog Unchained real estate marketing conference. I made a total of 35 pins, 31 of which are being distributed to BloodhoundBlog contributors. […]

  14. […] Over at BloodhoundBlog, Greg Swann has been posting videos of theme song suggestions for the upcoming BloodhoundBlog Unchained conference that they’re putting on in Pnoenix in May. […]

  15. […] I wrote Think globally, blog locally almost a year ago. How many of those ideas have you implemented? Me neither — at least not as much as I wanted to. There are search terms we dominate, but what I want, in the long run, is a set of long-tail keywords that work for me like this does. This is nothing but organic results, a page and a half of total Google dominance from nothing but relevant content built right. My plan is to achieve that kind of dominance on every long-tail keyword in my real estate farm. Meet me in the right place, and I’ll show you how to do it, too. […]

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    […] Swan will start a cult. The BloodhoundBlog Unchained Conference is the opening he has been crafting in his head since he was 4 years old. All conference attendees […]

  17. […] Want more? Real Estate Weblogging 101 will speak to your inner geek. And if you want even more than that, be sure to join us for BloodhoundBlog Unchained. […]

  18. […] Want more? Real Estate Weblogging 101 will speak to your inner geek. And if you want even more than that, be sure to join us for BloodhoundBlog Unchained. […]

  19. […] Want more? Real Estate Weblogging 101 will speak to your inner geek. And if you want even more than that, be sure to join us for BloodhoundBlog Unchained. […]

  20. […] Want more? Real Estate Weblogging 101 will speak to your inner geek. And if you want even more than that, be sure to join us for BloodhoundBlog Unchained. […]

  21. […] Want more? Real Estate Weblogging 101 will speak to your inner geek. And if you want even more than that, be sure to join us for BloodhoundBlog Unchained. […]

  22. […] Want more? Real Estate Weblogging 101 will speak to your inner geek. And if you want even more than that, be sure to join us for BloodhoundBlog Unchained. […]

  23. […] Want more? Real Estate Weblogging 101 will speak to your inner geek. And if you want even more than that, be sure to join us for BloodhoundBlog Unchained. […]

  24. […] Want more? Real Estate Weblogging 101 will speak to your inner geek. And if you want even more than that, be sure to join us for BloodhoundBlog Unchained. […]

  25. […] using long tail farming as a means of harvesting the short head. This will be covered in depth at BloodhoundBlog Unchained. If you miss it, you’ll miss […]

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  27. Blogger Spotlight; Greg Swann January 18th, 2008 4:32 am

    […] social agenda — stay home. Or, if you want, come to Phoenix, but don’t buy a ticket to BloodhoundBlog Unchained. We want to make sure that the 375 people who attend the conference sessions are 100% committed to […]

  28. […] There’s NAR, the Inman Connects, the national brokerage conventions, & the upcoming BloodhoundBlog Unchained just to name a few. While these conferences are cool and all, the price starts to add up and many […]

  29. […] No worries. We, at Bloodhound, know you’re initial thought was correct; if you blog it, they will come. Of course, we try to be a little more disciplined in our approach to social media marketing, so much, that we’re having a little educational weekend, in May, dedicated to that very concept. […]

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