An Open Letter to Real Estate Tomato Blog Readers
First of all I want to wish everyone a happy and prosperous new year.
2007 was an unbelievable year not only for us here at the Tomato, but as well for the real estate blogosphere.
The growth of this novel community has been nothing short of thrilling to witness, and I am proud to be a part of it.
It would have been impossible to predict the opportunities, events and success that we experienced in 2007. For that reason, my only prediction for 2008 is that things are going to continue to be very, very exciting.
It is undeniable that the success of last year hinged on our blogging efforts. And yet, it has been nearly 2 months since we've posted an article, exploring the art of real estate blogging. This is inexcusable and reckless considering my predictions for 2008. So, I apologize to our more than 2000 loyal subscribers and to the faithful Tomato Bloggers that have invested in our products, service and training.
The "Why" is two-fold.
-The longer it had been that I had published anything, the harder it became to make it the priority that it needs to be.
The fact is that we never really went away. It's just that our blogging efforts were reflected in the several thousand posts that were published by our real estate blogging students.
Now that the Tomato Team has grown into a well-oiled machine that continues to deliver the same intense experience for each and every client, creating time to blog and participate is my personal top priority. Call it a New Year's Resolution if you must. I'm resisting, however, we all know how those turn out.
I have missed blogging here. I have missed the comments. I have missed watching the subscription count rise. I have missed the stat-watch addiction. I can only hope we have been missed as much.
I thank you for your readership and participation, and look forward to regularly engaging you again.
Real Estate Tomato
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