AgencyLogic Support Series – How To Pick A Design

AgencyLogic PowerSites include detailed statistics to answer, among other questions, how many people visit your single property Websites.

Please follow these steps to pick a design – if you have additional questions give us a call on:

(888) 201-5160

or email:

support@agencylogic.com

Step 1:

Log into your account and click the PowerSite you want to work on. You can also click “My PowerSites” to see a list of your single property Websites:

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Step 2:

Click the “Design Picker” tab:

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Step 3:

You can choose from the following Design Categories:

  • Classic
  • Franchise
  • Commercial
  • Customizable
  • Improved Customizable

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Within each category there are multiple designs and sub-designs. For example, if you choose the “Classic” category you will see that the first design listed has twenty sub designs:

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As a result you have hundreds of designs to choose from. Once you select a design you can preview what it looks like. Click on the “Save & Preview” button in the top right corner:

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You will then see your single property Website with the selected design. You can either choose that design or change it by clicking on either the “Choose Theme” or “Change Design” button in the top right corner:

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You can change the design as many times as you want both before and after you single property Website has been published.

Facebook’s “Hard” but Lucrative Year

Facebook spent 2017 flying past expectations as its quarterly earnings reports consistently delivered solid results, making 2016 look small fry. As our infographic shows, in the full year figures released yesterday, the company posted a year-on-year increase in net income of 56 percent. Bettering the $10.2 billion in 2016, last year put $15.9 billion in Facebook’s coffers. Revenue is a similar story, with a 47 percent year-on-year increase to $40.7 billion. A fall in net income from Q3 to Q4 is due to a $3.19 billion tax charge arising from President Trump’s 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the company had nevertheless had a “hard” year, adding: “In 2018, we’re focused on making sure Facebook isn’t just fun to use, but also good for people’s wellbeing and for society”. Having been caught up in Russian interference in the U.S. 2016 election, the company has warned that a move away from passive consumption of news and video to a focus on building more personal connections between its users could negatively affect the amount of time people spend on the social network. Admitting that “the world feels anxious and divided and that has played out on Facebook”, Zuckerberg assured that “helping people connect is more important than maximizing the time spent on Facebook”.

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REALTOR® Magazine Seeks Nominations for 2018 Good Neighbor Awards

Washington, D.C. – January 30, 2018 (nar.realtor) Realtors®, members of the National Association of Realtors®, not only help people find the right place to live, they are also committed volunteers who give back to their communities. Seventy-one percent of Realtors® volunteered in their community last year, according to NAR’s 2017 Member Profile.

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NAR is currently accepting applications for REALTOR® Magazine’s Good Neighbor Awards from Realtors® who have made an impact on the world through community service. Entries must be received by Friday, May 4, 2018.

Five winners will be announced in the November/December issue of REALTOR® Magazine and will receive a $10,000 grant for their nonprofit organizations. The winners will be recognized at the 2018 REALTORS® Conference & Expo in Boston, receive travel expenses to the conference, and gain national and local media exposure for their cause. In addition to the winners, five honorable mentions will each receive a $2,500 grant.

“Every year Realtors® across the country are raising the bar and working harder than ever to make a difference in their communities through volunteer work,” says NAR President Elizabeth Mendenhall, CEO of RE/MAX Boone Realty in Columbia, Missouri. “For almost two decades, more than 180 Good Neighbors have shown outstanding dedication to their causes, which has had a tremendous impact on their neighbors and community.”

Since 2000, the Good Neighbor Awards program has donated more than $1.1 million to Realtor®-led nonprofits around the country. The success of the program has been possible through the support of primary sponsor realtor.com® and Wells Fargo Home Mortgage.

“We are honored to renew our commitment to support the amazing volunteer work of the Good Neighbors,” said Luke Glass, executive vice president of realtor.com (link is external)® . “Now more than ever, it’s important to celebrate these individuals who invest their time and their personal touch to make a substantial and lasting impact in their community and in the lives of those they benefit.”

Realtor.com® also sponsors the Web Choice Favorite component, an award that will confer additional grant money to the three finalists who get the most votes from the public.

Last year’s Good Neighbor Awards winners contributed thousands of hours and raised millions of dollars for their causes. More than 5,000 Realtors® and guests were on hand to show their appreciation to the winners during the 2017 annual conference in Chicago.

The 2017 winners were Bryson Garbett, Garbett Homes, Salt Lake City, Utah, founder of Foundation Escalera; Howard “Hoddy” Hanna, Howard Hanna Real Estate, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, founding chairman of the Howard Hanna Children’s Free Care Fund; Kay Wilson-Bolton, Century 21 Troop Real Estate, Santa Paula, California, founder of the SPIRIT of Santa Paula; Louise McLean, RE/MAX Solutions, Merritt Island, Florida, founder of Space Coast Association of Realtors® Foundation; and Sal Dimiceli, Lake Geneva Realty, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, founder of The Time Is Now to Help.

Previous Good Neighbor Awards winners expressed that their charities continue to benefit from the grant money and media exposure that resulted from winning the Good Neighbor Award.

“Winning the Good Neighbor Award is an incredible honor that has enabled us to help even more Space Coast families and bring awareness about the homeless children in Brevard County and statewide,” says 2017 winner Louise McLean. “We are now seeing nearby associations become actively involved in volunteering.”

Nominees are considered for the award based on their personal impact on the community through volunteer work. To be eligible, nominees must be NAR members in good standing. Good Neighbor Award entries must be received by Friday, May 4, 2018. For more details, judging criteria and a nomination form, call 800-874-6500 or visit www.nar.realtor/gna.

Realtor.com® is the trusted resource for home buyers, sellers and dreamers, offering the most comprehensive source of for-sale properties, among competing national sites, and the information, tools and professional expertise to help people move confidently through every step of their home journey. It pioneered the world of digital real estate 20 years ago, and today helps make all things home simple, efficient and enjoyable. Realtor.com® is operated by News Corp [NASDAQ: NWS, NWSA] [ASX: NWS, NWSLV] subsidiary Move, Inc. under a perpetual license from the National Association of Realtors®.

Wells Fargo Home Mortgage is the nation’s leading originator and servicer of residential mortgages, offering home loans to consumers through the country’s largest network of mortgage locations and bank branches, online, and via phone. With more than 7,000 Home Mortgage Consultants across the country, expanded digital capabilities, and products and programs for today’s market, Wells Fargo is committed to meeting Realtor® expectations and homebuyer needs. Focused on a culture of caring for communities, Wells Fargo is a proud sponsor of the Good Neighbor Awards which recognizes the extraordinary contributions made by Realtors® in the communities where we, together, live and serve.

The National Association of Realtors®, “The Voice for Real Estate,” is America’s largest trade association, representing 1.3 million members involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries.

Media Contact:

Sara Geimer
(312) 329-8296
Email

Cole Henry
(202) 383-1290
Email

AgencyLogic Support Series – PowerSite Statistics – Page Activity Report

AgencyLogic PowerSites include detailed statistics to answer, among other questions, how many people visit your single property Websites.

Please follow these steps to access the data and reports – if you have additional questions give us a call on:

(888) 201-5160

or email:

support@agencylogic.com

Step 1:

Log into your account and click the PowerSite you want to see reports on. You can also click “My PowerSites” to see a list of your single property Websites:

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Step 2:

Click the “Marketing” tab:

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Step 3:

Click the “PowerSite Statistics” link:

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The default report is the “Overview” report – to select the “Page Activity” report simply click on the drop down box:

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Note: You can change the date range to see activity over a longer or shorter period (make sure you click the “Refresh” button):

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The “Page Activity” report details on how many times specific pages were viewed:

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As you look at the statistics you need to understand the following key terms:

Visits: A count of each time someone viewed your PowerSite. They can look at dozens of pages, download documents, floor plans etc. but this still counts as 1 visit. That same person could view your PowerSite later the same day and would count as another visit.

Page View: Is a count of each PowerSite page displayed. The whole page (images and photos) counts as 1 view.

Hit: Is the number of items displayed to your clients including a Web page, graphic or a photo. Each one counts as 1 hit.

In addition to the graphical representation of the data it is also shown in tabular form:

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How Do You Do It, Tom? Part 2 – Staying Focused, Productive, and Present

Last week we posted part one of Tom Ferry’s “How Do You Do It, Tom?” video series. (see: Tom Ferry Discusses Morning Routine, Maintain Energy, Overcome Burnout) and today here is part two.

In this episode, Tom reveals his methods and philosophies on:

  • Maintaining focus
  • Keeping myself accountable to my goals
  • Managing multiple things that need attention
  • Staying present in the moment
  • Remaining positive amid negativity, and more!