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New York Times bestselling author Michael Perry (Population: 485 – Meeting Your Neighbors One Siren at a Time) visited Howe Elementary School today. He spoke with our 4th and 5th graders about his new book for middle level readers, … 694 more words

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Twitter Tips for Commercial Real Estate Developers

Admit it, social media and the Twitterverse can be overwhelming, but there are advantages. 

Regardless of where we turn, technology is allowing social media to capture the attention of our society. 366 more words

Michael Perry

When It Comes To Photographing Your Commercial Development, Shoot For The Stars

A great picture is worth a thousand words … and potentially a whole lot more.

As I’ve mentioned before, marketing and promotion are key components of a successful commercial real estate development. 509 more words

Michael Perry

Tips for Optimizing a Commercial Real Estate Developers Mobile Website

A stunning website is impressive until your target audience can’t access it properly on their smartphone.

Commercial real estate developers rely on websites to communicate the story of their company and promote the features of specific real estate developments. 417 more words

Michael Perry

Effective B2B Marketing Strategies

A resident of Sparta, NJ, Michael Perry has driven conversions and revenue in his role as head of marketing at ClubsGalore over the last four years. 227 more words

Michael Perry

Top 10 Mistakes in Web Design for Commercial Real Estate Development

If your website is not functional, it is not a good reflection on your company, and visitors exit quickly.

Let’s face it, websites are one of the most important marketing components for your commercial real estate development company. 539 more words

Michael Perry

The Power of Instagram for Commercial Real Estate Developers

The are numerous social media platforms to engage people, but Instagram is a marketing phenomenon.

As digital and social media have garnered a larger share of marketing budgets, commercial real estate developers have seen their tenants utilize these platforms to drive business into brick and mortar locations. 390 more words

Michael Perry