A call comes in from a Buyer that wants to see midtown Tulsa homes for sale, and I am thankful for blogging, Google Juice and “all things Social Media” that made my phone ring.
Another call comes in and then another. “How did you find me on Google?” I ask. The answers are all different, but it reinforces that what I’m doing to rank well with Google is paying off.
My listings are found on Google, which is good news for my Tulsa home Sellers. Buyers are finding me on Google which is good for other Tulsa Realtors’ home Sellers. My Google Juice is actually helping the Tulsa economy, so that in itself shows that I’m a community leader!
And then there’s the day that I draw a blank for what to blog about, and I worry that six months from now, I will fall off the face of Google earth. I panic, I look at old posts that could be improved or I fall back on the dreaded market report which taxes my brain.
Yes, friends, I am addicted to Google Juice and it’s taken over my life.
At some point, I felt guilty about the amount of time I spend on my computer. I remember when my husband had to be out of town on our wedding anniversary, and he was SO apologetic. Secretly I was thinking, “yay – a peaceful night to BLOG!” Now, isn’t that romantic?
How you know when Google Juice has taken over your life
If they bottled and sold Google Juice, I would buy stock. It would always be on back-order. For the time being, Google Juice takes a lot of time and effort, and Google rewards those that don’t take short-cuts.
Google Juice – got to have it.
I’m going to start a group and we’ll begin meeting at the Holiday Inn once a week – as long as they give us a free wi-fi connection. I would see a lot of friends there – you know who you are.
Content written and published by Lori Cain.