AREC 2015 will be our second ever appearance at Australia's largest real estate conference. To put things in perspective, this time last year, there were 6,000 less offices on board and half a dozen less people in the team. To say the last 12 months have been busy would be an understatement.
Getting ready for this years conference was easier and a little trickier in some ways. Easier because we knew what was required, harder because we wanted to make it even better than last year! Our booth this year will be double the size, and you will be able to come down and chat with the team at any stage over the two day event.
Our booth will be Booth 24, and we are in a great location amongst all of the action. Our team that will be up there will be a mix of our sales team, our customer support team, our CEO and myself. Like last year, we will have some great prizes to give away, so make sure you come along to our booth to say hi!
One other thing, WE LOVE, being social. We are all about making friends, so ensure that at AREC2015 you say 'Hi!' over social media, we will be sure to blow some kisses your way. You can connect to us socially at AREC via our Twitter handle @homelyau and including the # in your tweets #homely15 - of course, ensure you also get around the conference hashtag of #AREC15 as will be commenting, tweeting, re-tweeting on all of that as well.
If you want some more Twitter tips before the big event, ensure you read our guide on how to get going on Twitter and the tweets you MUST be using to build your brand.
So make sure you come and say 'Hi!' to the team when you are there, we can't wait to put a face to name and hear how you are going. Of course, we will be there to answer all Homely related questions, so ensure you pick out one of our happy customer support people to answer any queries you may have.
See you at AREC!
About the Author:
Todd Schulberg handles all things marketing for Homely.com.au - Living and breathing property, Todd has a keen interest in the movements in the market and howagents can utilise new tools and technology in order to be more connected. Using all things social, Todd suggests different ways that agents can engage and think outside the square with their marketing approach.