Sequim is on Facebook, or perhaps I should say that Sequimites like me are on Facebook. If you read this real estate blog regularly, you know what the theme and subject matter are here, and you know that this blog has a primary purpose of serving my clients and prospective clients and even others who may never hire me. This site is committed to providing the best possible articles on local Sequim and Port Angeles real estate issues, and I seek to help clients avoid traps for the unwary that cost money and create unnecessary stress. I give away everything I learned in 20 years of law practice absolutely free here every single day of the week. I do it because I can, because it is helpful to many good people, and because it makes me feel that I’m doing something good to help others improve the quality of their lives.
So why am I on Facebook? Facebook is a different kind of Internet site. It is not like this real estate blog, full of substantive articles on real estate, videos, audios, and tools that help people buy and sell real estate. Facebook is much more of a “social and interactive” site. Those who become “friends” on your Facebook page have the opportunity to open their Facebook and see their “wall” which shows all their friends postings. But postings on Facebook are typically more personal, often include photos of personal and family activities as well as business related. Facebook allows privy comments, and one or two word comments are common. Facebook is a place where people share personal progress, a tip they’ve learned about their business that may help friends, and Facebook is a less formal interaction than most websites and blogs.
My Facebook page includes super brief summaries of what I’m doing in real estate, some interactive conversations with other “friends” and often an entertaining photograph or video that captures part of my life. If you have a Facebook page, or if you decide to register for a Facebook page, which is free, search for me by doing a person search with my name, Chuck Marunde, and hit the button that requests that we become “Friends.” It’s a great way to socially interact in a little different venue than anywhere else, and it’s fun.
Last Updated on July 27, 2012 by Chuck Marunde
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