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10/17/2014 | Author: Editorial Staff

Time spent wading through low-priority emails or waiting for websites to load is time you aren’t spending on your business. Bernice Ross of realestatecoach.com compiled her favorite time-saving tech tools in “11 tech tools to boost agent productivity” on inman.com. Here are a few of her suggestions:

Streamline your inbox. Manage all of your email subscriptions in one daily message with unroll.me. The free service supports several email clients, including Gmail, Yahoo Mail, and AOL Mail.

Block slow-loading ads. Download AdBlock for your web browser. The free service automatically blocks ads—even YouTube video ads—so you can find the content you’re looking for as fast as possible.

Create attractive listing presentations in seconds. Animoto’s style options let you turn existing photos into shareable, engaging videos with just a few clicks. The lite version is free—prices increase with additional features.

Read about more time-saving tools on inman.com

Categories: Business tips
Tags: marketing, technology, tech tips, business tips


Lichtenstein D on 12/10/2014

I know that adblock is very efficient, because it was able to block even the most resilient ads. You can try it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QOjNN7BrPEM

Danyelle Daniel on 10/17/2014

How soon will they *be fillable*

Danyelle Daniel on 10/17/2014

How soon will the other disclosures/forms such as on-site septic facility form, addendum for seller’s disclosure of lead based paint,  the request for mortgage payoff, request for info from a property subject to mandatory membership in an HOA not fillable as well?  Our clients need the capacity to complete all of the documents digitally.  Otherwise, we have a portion of docs that are digital and a portion that must be printed, completed, then scanned back in to be emailed/faxed to us by our client.  If all were digital, we could be assured of the return of a complete package with less hassle for our clientele.

Linda Walker on 10/17/2014

AdBlock is not a free service.  The creator wants to charge you.

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