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How to Blow Up Your Phones Today Using Surefire

August 11, 2011 by · 1 Comment

Sorry, but I flailed for the first couple minutes of this webinar because I am a moron. Wasn’t showing my screen. Please see a few notes from today’s training underneath the video. Notes: 1) So far more than 50 of you have replicated this technique. Some of you have shared your successes with me. Thank […]

The New Top of Mind Training Calendar

July 6, 2011 by · Leave a Comment

This was built using Google Calendar – and I’m experimenting with Adobe Reader for my online meetings.  I’m using the simple “embed” code Google gave me in order to display the calendar on this web page.  Wow, this was really easy. If you’re a mortgage professional, you could use a feature like this to add […]

Never. Ever. Let them walk away. Without a smile on their face. Here's why.

June 30, 2011 by · 1 Comment

Last night I went out to dinner with my family and I’d like to tell you about my experience.  No real need for granular details here, but at the root of my issue was my meal.  I ordered what’s known in Israel as a “schwarma” sandwich for $16.  By the way, that link goes to a […]

Scarcity

April 28, 2011 by · 1 Comment

Did you happen to see the South Park episode when Cartman inherited a million dollars and bought an old, failing amusement park? Yep, he called it Cartmanland. And once he bought the place, he opened the theme park up to… nobody. Don’t you see, this way he could ride all the rides he wanted… and […]

Here's Where Surefire Succeeds Where Most Mortgage CRM Solutions Eventually Fail

March 28, 2011 by · 2 Comments

We’ve been exceptionally fortunate here at Top of Mind Networks. When the market crashed, we had two choices.  One possibility was to roll up into the fetal position and hope for the best.  Another was to channel everything we had into our Surefire System.  I’m proud we chose the latter.  But when we set out […]

The Lones Group Is Suing Someone Over A Zebra

February 27, 2011 by · Leave a Comment

Updated 3/9/2011:  Daniel Rothamel takes the high road for the sake of his family:  http://www.realestatezebra.com/in-which-i-explain-my-decision-to-retire-the-stripes My original article minus a few minor revisions follows: Meet the new press – you.  Earlier this month, we witnessed the impact of social media in toppling a dictator in Egypt.  The story I’m sharing this morning certainly pales in […]

Supplementing Your Mortgage CRM With Facebook Updates – It Works. Here's An Example:

February 10, 2011 by · 1 Comment

I’m in the “I Love Facebook” camp.  Not because I “use” it for business.  I really don’t “use” Facebook at all.  Use just doesn’t seem like the right word.  We don’t say we “use” the television.  So I don’t subscribe to all the noise out there from the Social Media gurus teaching people how to […]

Live Tutorial – How To Build Free Single Property Websites

February 8, 2011 by · 2 Comments

Tutorial Below: This 6-minute tutorial walks you through how to build a nice, clean Single Property Website using our Lenderama Website Platform.  Please turn your speakers up to full volume – sorry for the poor audio quality: Note:  We had some technical difficulties during our live webinar and I think this 6 minute video David recorded […]

Innovation Alert – Top of Mind Introduces its New Realtor Presentation Books

January 20, 2011 by · 2 Comments

This is an encore performance of our incredibly popular webinar featuring your newest Top of Mind Innovation. Date:  Monday, January 31st Time:  3pm EST, 2pm CST, 12 noon PST During this 45-minute training, Mark Green will teach you: 1)  How the ‘Real Estate Battlefield” has changed over the past five years – and what you can […]

Guess Who Just Launched the Best Online Loan Application In the Industry?

November 18, 2010 by · 2 Comments

I’ll give you exactly one guess. Yep, David Orsini and his development team did it again.  Now – all Lenderama Mortgage Websites (free with your Surefire subscription) include an incredibly beautiful and easy-to-use loan application. Here are a few things I particularly like about it: 1)  It has a very clean, polished user interface which brands […]

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