real-estate professionals: break the silence

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel — I posted a photo on my facebook wall with my recent blog click-history stats.  The recent increase is credited to my one hour of promotion under the globe on Columbus Circle, Manhattan, NYC.  Dear kind real-estate professionals:  I am claiming my campaign and website are high functioning, and I base my claim on: ONE: my material costs are one penny per promotional piece  TWO I get more clicks on my website per promotional piece, than what is expected from typical marketing campaigns  THREE my website has a residual effect, demonstrated by the relatively high percentage of the viistors who return and return again  WHY? I can’t pinpoint one reason, but a large collection of comments and situations scattered throughout my adult life says people remember me.  Gershom Pesach says my blog is, “intensely personal”, and an anonymous reader said it was, “honest”, which is more evidence that my online presentation and my face to face presentation solicit like comments.  This is a call for real-estate professionals to break the silence.  At the moment no one has given me any indication being featured on my website is desirable, but I predict my upcoming distributions will demonstrate to one of the ten featured real-estate professionals that the attention is valuable.  Once demonstrated there may be more than ten real-estate professionals who want the ten spaces, and the silent people will be dropped and be replaced by people interested in this campaign.  Sincerely,  Tom Doody

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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