Video Workshop | Social Videos | Real Estate Videos

Video toolsVideo Workshop | Social Videos | Real Estate Videos

This fun fast moving workshop will help show agents how to market themselves, their market area and listings by creating short videos.  Pre- workshop assignment please be prepared to answer the following questions: 1) What sets you apart? 2) Who / What is your target market? 3) What do you love most about this area?  We will create short, 1- 3 minute video clips, explore editing and branding.

March 7 and March 10th at BHHS Verani Realty’s Nashua office!

Monika McGillicuddy Video Workshop video #1


Monika McGillicuddy Video Workshop video #2

Monika McGillicuddy Video Workshop video #3

On-Line Ethics & Unintentional Unethical Behavior

UnintentionalFile Feb 21, 7 53 15 AM Unethical Behavior …is it inadvertently created by encouraging our “new” real estate agents to take an on-line ethics orientation class?  My take on the issue in the era of  the “raise the bar” “clean house”  “raise the entry requirement” mind set that so many on-line groups and even Inman News, probably the most popular real estate news site, is pushing.  Real Estate Brokers “Clean Your House” seems to be the new mantra.   The National Association of REALTORS has a fabulous On-Line Ethics class both for new agents and an ethics quadrennial class for experienced agents but I seriously have an issue with sending new agents to an on-line ethics orientation….. watch the video below and find out why.

Video thoughts on On-Line Ethics

Code of Ethics Quadrennial Training Manchester NH Oct 25 2012

 Code of Ethics – Quadrennial Training – Manchester NH

October 25, 2012, 9:00 – 12:15

This is the Mandatory Code of Ethics Quadrennial training class that all REALTORS need to complete by the end of 2012!


Class also offers 3 NH Continuing Education Credits  and will be held at the Clubhouse at Woodland Pond, 3024 Countryside Blvd., Manchester, NH.

If you’ve never been there before, take this opportunity to not only get educated but to visit one of Manchester finer developments and enjoy a free  lunch,sponsored by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage at the Model home.  This is a short walk from the Clubhouse and will be held immediately following the class.  Hope to see you in class!

Course date and times:  October 25, 2012, 9:00 – 12:15.

Fee:  On, or prior to October 22nd, the cost will be $25.00.  If you pay at the door, it will be $30.00.  All checks should be made payable Monika McGillicuddy and mailed to :  Peter E. Schwartz –  Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage –  166 Route 101 –   Bedford, NH 03110

Should you have a link that opens in a new tab or window?

Ask Monika

Links in a New Tab or Window

Should you allow links to open in a new tab or window on your blog post? I’m sure they’ll be some that will say yes but when you do allow that to happen, you end up breaking the back button function and force the user to open a new window or tab on their computer.  Often times people have multiple windows open and can at times forget where they were thus not finding their way back to your original site/post. Not checking that box allows the user to browse a site the way they want and not the way you want them to and that “back” button works real well.

Please also watch my previous tutorial on How to Create a click-able e-mail link.

A video tutorial

Any questions or suggestions please send me a message.
Monika McGillicuddy


Creating an email link

Ask MonikaCreating a e-mail link within a WordPress blog post or inside an e-mail makes it so much easier for people to contact you and it is so easy to do! Check out this short video and let me know if you have any questions.

Creating a click-able e-mail link A How To Video by Monika McGillicuddy



GRI 104…don’t miss it!

From the New Hampshire Association of REALTORS….

Register Now: GRI 104 is Coming Soon!

There are still openings available for the third Graduate REALTOR® Institute (GRI) session of 2008 — GRI 104 — scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday, June 3-4, at the Holiday Inn in Concord.

GRI is a REALTOR® designation given to those who have completed 96 hours of NAR-accredited coursework in seven educational modules within a five-year period. The designation helps increase income potential, develop self-confidence, sharpen real estate skills and build a strong referral network with classmates. Ultimately, it is a designation that helps bring REALTORS® to a level where they are recognized as leaders in the industry.

The subjects of GRI 104 include How to Meet, Greet and Connect; Secrets to Top Producers; Serving the Generations; and Sales and Marketing Training, and it is the third of the seven modules to be presented this year. The sessions will be taught by seasoned instructors Jim Pugliese ABR, CRB, GRI, SRES, CSP, Monika McGillicuddy GRI, SRES and Dave Millett.

To learn more about GRI and the 2008 schedule, click here. To register, click here or call the NHAR office at 225-5549.

NOTE: For future GRI classes, discounted Holiday Inn rates are available to those who reserve a room at least three weeks in advance. Call 603-224-9534.

Mortgage Fraud

This is a growing problem. Especially in this market…it can happen to anyone.

Need a marketing edge…don’t miss this class!

Consumer Centric Market & Web 2.0

3 Hour Continuing Education Credit (elective) # E1000

Understanding the impact of the changing real estate market and the
changing consumer is crucial to an agent’s successful ability
to represent the needs of their clients and customers.

Contact: Monika McGillicuddy (603) 548-7685 Date: Dec 10

Windham NH

What is a Social Network?

I saw this on Midori Millers Blog and thought it really demonstrated the concept well.

REALTOR Ethics Workshop

 This has been a busy week training wise for me. I was hired to conduct the Vermont Association of REALTORS Ethics workshop held this past Tuesday.

It was a 6 hour training session geared to those REALTORS who serve on the Grievance and the Professional Standards committee and board of directors. It is required training so most of the attendees “had” to be there. A forced group of participants is always a challenge. My goal was to make them want to be there and do it quickly. I think I succeed!

The morning included an interactive cycle two Quadrennial Ethics class and the afternoon focused on the enforcement process. The time flew by and the verbal feedback was all excellent. I had people tell me that they didn’t expect to enjoy the class…thought it would the same ole same ole and how surprised they were that it was so good and that they learned so much.

When they take the time to wait in line simply to say thank you at the end of the program…you know you reached them.

It ended up being a great day and to top it off they asked me to come back in February to do it again.

Serving Southern New Hampshire and Rockingham County

Monika McGillicuddy Real Estate Training

Prudential Verani Realty

Hampstead NH Real Estate