I spent all of the week of June 21st through June 25th presenting “Introduction to ePro” workshops. I was at 9 different REALTOR® Associations around the San Francisco Bay Area. If you attended one of them and wanted to sign up for ePro and were not able to do so, here is another opportunity for you. Read on, please.
If you were not able to attend, but would like to take advantage of the discount that I offered at the workshop, then you should read on as well.
For everyone else reading this, you may want to click on this link: http://JerryKidd.CertifiedeProTrainer.com and watch the short video to get a good understanding of what ePro is.
Many of you know that my business these days revolves around training and coaching small business owners (that’s REALTORS® too!) on how to use Social Media and Social Networking to find new customers and to make more money. Although most people that I talk to are eager to use the new tools, they get bogged down on the simple things that EVERYONE needs to know these days. Things like how to register a domain name and how to have your own branded email (It really IS time to ditch that AOL or Yahoo account).
Or they have no idea how to upgrade the software on their computers, or even to do more with a computer than just surf the Internet or send and receive email.
The time is now for you to upgrade your skills. Because when you do decide to really learn how to use Social Media and Social Networking, you do not want to have to back up and learn the basics of connectivity, computers, and all of the other things that ePro teaches.
Click on the link or picture above to learn more about ePro. Or, if you are ready to sign up and get the discount and the two additional months to complete the course, just go here: http://jerrykiddevent.epronar.com/ or click on the picture below.
As an added benefit, you get the new NAR Web 2.0 course at no additional charge. This is free to any REALTOR® signing up for ePro, there is a charge to non-REALTORS®.
Don’t you owe it to yourself to get your skill set brought up to date? If not now, when?