Google Introduces a Better Filter to See Real-Time Search Trends

Google Introduces a Better Filter to See Real-Time Search Trends

Google is adding new filters to its trends data, making it possible to see search trends beyond web search. Now, you can find real-time search trends on specific search terms within YouTube, News and Image searches, along with Google Shopping.

“We’re opening up more data to show what people in the world are looking for, as they’re looking for it,” writes Google on its The Keyword blog.

To see trends filtered by the specific search trends, first choose the search term you want to research. For example, if want to see search trends for Rihanna on YouTube, select Rihanna the singer on the Trends search bar.

From there, you can select to see search trends for “Rihanna” on Image search, News search, Google Shopping and YouTube search from the drop-down menu under Web Search.

Within each of the search trend filters, there is data for “Interest over time” and “Interest by region,” as well as a list of “Related topics” and “Related queries.”


Source: searchengineland

Proper Handling of Clients’ Requests: Start Earning Your Clients’ Trust

Part 1 of 5 Tips for a Successful Client Relationship Management

Proper Handling of Clients' Requests: Start Earning Your Clients' Trust
Are you having a hard time when a client instructs you many or even a pile of tasks all at once? Who isn’t, right?
In times like this, you should know how you can handle the huge load that landed on your plate. Oftentimes, when we have so many tasks, we tend to not finish them on time. In worse case scenarios, we may even overlook some of those tasks.
You can do something to avoid these scenarios. That’s what we’re going to delve in deeper in this post. We will tackle the proper handling of clients’ requests.

2 Things to Remember in Handling Clients’ Requests

Whether we want it or not, we can’t avoid receiving requests from our clients from time to time. The best thing to do in these circumstances is to learn how to deal with it.
Always remember to be calm and stay focused when clients call you to order many tasks. Having a focused mind will make sure you are able to take note all their orders.
Once you learn how to handle requests, you’ll start earning the trust of your clients. Especially when you’re able to deliver the outputs that they need from you. This is important in client relationship management: earning your client’s trust.

Follow-up on the Client

When your client piles up tasks on your desk, this may cause you not to catch up and record each assignment. If this happens, you’ll disappoint a client for being unable to finish all required tasks. This can possibly result in not having a second batch of orders from that client.

To prevent this scenario from happening, it helps to follow up with your client. A good way to do this is by sending them a message that enumerates all the tasks given. This is to confirm whether you’re able to catch every order that they gave.  You can also use that opportunity to inform your client about the day you can finish the deliverable.

To serve as an example, here is a letter or note that you can send to the client:

Follow Up with Clients

Good day, Ms./Mr. Client,

This note is to confirm all the tasks that we received this week. Please see whether we are able to take note of everything. If not, please reply to us for the other missed tasks:

  • first task
  • second task
  • third task 
  • fourth task
  • fifth task

From this list that we’re able to take note, we estimate that we can submit to you the deliverables by Monday. Urgent tasks will be delivered sooner than other tasks according to the specified required date.



Following up on your client implies that you care about being able to deliver all the outputs to the client. This will, in turn, earn their trust little by little.

Inform Client if You Can’t Deliver on Their Required Time

If you predicted that you won’t be able to deliver the outputs on time, tell the client.

You can say it through a note. First, tell them that you already received the request. Then, state the day you think you can deliver the outputs that the clients request you.

If you’re eager to impress your clients by being always on time, the opposite may still happen. When there’s a conflict with the deadline, inform the client right away. This is so the client can adjust the deadline according to the time convenient to both parties.

On the brighter side, setting up a deadline for yourself pushes you to focus on that task over others on your plate. This will help you to do more tasks at a given time. Since you’ll be able to focus on tasks which you should finish before the scheduled deadline.


We discussed how to handle client requests on today’s topic. Learning how to handle a huge pile of clients’ requests will help you in building up your client’s trust in you.

Focus at all times especially when clients give you tasks so you can take note of all them. Also, it’s important to tell your clients whether you can make it on their deadline or not, as soon as possible. Don’t hesitate to inform the client about it so there can be adjustments made for the deadline.

In earning your client’s trust, proper handling of client’s request is just the beginning of doing it. There are still other ways to do that to earn their trust and respect.

This is what we’ll tackle on the next part of this series. Don’t miss it!


Reference: Seer

Photo Credits: Wright Brothers, Red Dot Blog

Client Communication is the Key to a Successful SEO

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If you’ve been doing SEO for any length of time, you’ve undoubtedly experienced your fair share of failures. And in many cases, frustratingly, the SEO program itself was not the issue. While I’ve discussed meta topics such as management challenges, getting executive buy-in, and the need for flexibility in the past, I haven’t directly addressed the question, “What do you do if SEO isn’t your SEO problem?”

As search marketers, we work our tails off analyzing data, search results, client websites and more, with the goal of providing recommendations that will move the needle. Unfortunately, the best recommendations in the world don’t matter if they aren’t implemented — and therein lies one of the biggest challenges of SEO.

Let’s look at a few common obstacles that can hinder an SEO program’s progress and discuss how we can overcome them.

Just following up

We’ve all been there: You’ve sent one, two, three emails and still have heard nothing back. How can you possibly get anything done if the client won’t even answer your emails?

It’s not a simple solution. People are busy; they have other priorities, and it’s our job to ensure our clients understand the importance and value of the program.

If a contact goes silent, there are a few options we can try.

Pick up the phone

Your clients are busy people, and many of them probably receive dozens or even hundreds of emails per day. That’s a lot of messages to sort through! While it can be frustrating to not receive a response, it’s possible your contact has more important emails to get through.

Pick up the phone. It’s so simple, yet we often forgot to do it. In the age of technology, everyone is emailing and texting. Talking to someone can go a long way.

Use an email tracker

If your emails aren’t being responded to, maybe you are sending them at the wrong time of day. Even worse, maybe they aren’t even getting to your client’s inbox.

Tools like Yesware and Bananatag show you when a person opens your email, allowing you to see if your emails are being read — and giving you an opportunity to follow up quickly. Did your client just open the email? Send another one while it’s top of mind, or give them a quick call.

Go to the next person

Sometimes, the only option is to go a level up. I only like to use this as a last resort — we certainly don’t want to make anyone look bad, but at the end of the day, the program’s success is tied to our ability to make things happen.

I disagree with you

As a marketing consultant, you typically end up working directly with an organization’s internal marketing team — a marketing team with experienced professionals, brand knowledge and more often than not, a whole lot of opinions.

For agencies, the key to program success is getting buy-in from key decision-makers. The person in charge needs to ensure that their team approves and implements what you are recommending. However, in some cases, the boss will rely on his or her team to make those decisions. And that’s OK. A sign of a good leader is trusting one’s team.

Unfortunately, the team may not always agree with what you are recommending. Perhaps they’ve done it a different way in the past or don’t think it’s worth the effort. How do we change their minds?

Lay out your strategy

It’s no secret that there’s a lack of education in the SEO world, both inside and out. The result? More work on the front end. Instead of just providing a recommendation, make sure you discuss the why. What is the overall goal, and how is this suggestion going to help them get there?

Pick your battles

We provide a lot of recommendations. In many cases, we make recommendations that aren’t going to move the needle significantly but are best practices that will make the site better. Sure, we’d like these implemented — but sometimes it’s okay if they aren’t. We have to pick our battles.

Let’s take ALT text, for example. A few weeks ago, I had a client who disagreed with an ALT text recommendation my team had made. The client wanted to use something else, so they decided they weren’t going to implement our suggestion. And that’s OK — overall, it wasn’t a high-priority task.

In all likelihood, you won’t be able to implement every SEO recommendation you put forth — so be sure to save your fights for the ones that are really going to matter.

Run a test

For efforts that may require additional time and resources, it can be hard to get buy-in. Suggest running a test.

A few months ago, we provided recommendations to improve a client’s product pages. Unfortunately, the client didn’t want to spend the time and effort making the changes. Our suggestion? There’s a new product page launching, so why don’t we try the proposed improvements on that page and see how it performs?

The new page outperformed all the others — and as a result, the team is now ready to go back and revisit the rest of the product section.

Like most things in life, we want reassurances. If we can prove that our recommendations will get results, it makes it much easier to push for others down the line.

We don’t have time

Time. Precious time. How often have you uttered the phrase, “There’s not enough time in the day?” You aren’t alone.

We only have so many hours in our work week, so we have to prioritize the things that matter to us. Unfortunately, SEO isn’t always the top item on your client’s list of things that have to get done. How can we overcome this hurdle?

Agency implementation

We learned a long time ago that if we wanted things done, we needed to do them ourselves. While agency implementation takes time (and trust from the client), it ensures your recommendations are applied and the program can move forward.

Prioritize recommendations

There’s a thing I like to call “deliverable overload.” A client falls behind, but we continue to send out deliverables. Instead of working through them from start to finish, the client gets overloaded and is unsure where to begin.

Make it easier. When a client starts getting behind, the first thing I do is make a list of outstanding deliverables and prioritize them based on what’s going to have the biggest impact on the site and/or what can be done quickly. That makes it easier for the client to sort through our recommendations and start working on them.

Make your case with data

It’s extremely frustrating to have to put together a bad report for your client — especially when you know that the reason for the poor performance is that nothing was actually done.

If you aren’t making any headway, and if you aren’t able to implement the recommendations yourself, start pulling data. What metrics are important to the client? Show them how those metrics are (or are not) being impacted, and explain how your proposed changes can help.

Final thoughts

As search marketers, our jobs are hard. On top of doing great SEO work, we are managing different personalities, dealing with internal company issues and trying to manage our own day. But if we can proactively address the issues above, we can remove some of the biggest impediments to our SEO program’s success.

5 Effective Tips for a Successful Client Relationship Management


5 effective tips for a successful client relationship management

Are you wondering about the secrets behind successful client relationships?

In any successful business partnership, there’s a secret to attaining that success. We start with establishing relationships with your business partners and clients.  A good relationship with other key stakeholders or other agency partners is also important. You should also value agency partners since they can also help attain the success of client relationship management.

Let’s remind ourselves that clients or business partners are people too. From  there, you should have an idea on how they should be treated well by asking yourself the same question.

How would you want to be treated by your business partner? After you answered this question, you should have a basic idea of the proper way to deal with your business partners and clients. This will start your progress in attaining a successful business partnership.

In this series, we’ll be discussing: handling client requests, earning client’s trust and respect, dealing with an unhappy client, utilizing meeting breaks, and collaborating with other agencies.

Handling Client Requests

Learn how to handle client requests when it all piles up on your plate. The right approach in times like this will be your stepping stone to the next step of this process. It will also help you to be more mindful of your deadlines if you know how to properly handle clients’ requests.

That’s what we’ll tackle on the next part of this series.

Earning Client’s Trust and Respect

Earning Client's Trust and Respect

Once you know how to handle client’s requests, more tasks will be assigned to you. Since the clients know you can handle their requests well. Now, it’s the right time to start earning their trust and respect. This is an important factor in every working relationship.

When clients trust and respect you and how you work, things will be smoother for you at work.


Dealing with an Unhappy Client

Sometimes, you won’t be able to impress your clients with your work. When this happens, don’t let yourself get down. You need to know how to deal with those kinds of situations.

Effective Use of Meeting Breaks

Meeting breaks can be meaningful and productive if you know how to spend your time wisely.

Collaboration with Other Agencies

Two heads are better than one. At some point, you’ll need to work with different agencies. Some clients will need you to work with their other partners on a project. In such circumstances, you should be ready.

Know the basics of collaborating with other agencies. Doing so will help you achieve a smooth working relationship with them and in turn, your client will know you are a professional and can make a project work.


Today, we discussed an overview of the tips to achieve a successful client relationship management. It takes time and work before you can attain it. In this series, we will discuss these tips one by one and study and observe them.

In the next part of the series, we’ll be delving deeper into the right way of handling clients’ requests. Stay tuned!


Reference: Seer

Photo credits: The Balance, Cleverism

With Business Booming, Bradley T. Harris Jewelers Needed A Larger Showroom


Atlanta, GA, November 9, 2017Bradley T. Harris Jewelers, a full service jewelry store, recently moved to a brand new, larger space within the same complex.. Their address is still 4360 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd, Atlanta, GA  30341, but now they are in Suite #160.  It is conveniently located just inside the 285 Perimeter, in the Plaza Square North Office Building.

Store owner, Brad Harris, knew that he had to make some changes.  His business had grown tremendously since he first opened and he basically needed more room.  However, he was reluctant want to move because his current location was ideal and very convenient for his customers.  

Harris said “I realized we needed more space to showcase our expanding jewelry selections and to also expand our jewelry repair back-room.  My reluctance was that our current store was easy to find and convenient for our customers, so I didn’t want to move to a location that might not be as convenient to get to. As luck would have it, a much larger space became available in the same building!  Even better was that it was on the ground floor with ample parking.”

Locally owned and operated, Bradley T. Harris is a boutique-style jewelry store specializing in custom designs and fine jewelry. From fine diamonds, engagement and wedding rings, precious gemstones, platinum, karat gold jewelry, to custom designing, expert jewelry repairs, original designs, and jewelry appraisals, Bradley T. Harris is a full service jeweler in the Atlanta area and also GIA certified in Diamonds, Diamond Grading, Gem Identification, and Colored Stones.

Bradley T. Harris Jewelers is passionate about helping their clients find unique, high quality custom jewelry to fit any occasion and is very committed to providing an outstanding customer experience.

About Bradley T. Harris
With over 30 years in the jewelry industry and 28 years in business, Bradley is a well-seasoned Jeweler/Goldsmith, a GIA Graduate Gemologist, a member of the Better Business Bureau with an A+ rating, a registered Jeweler, and a member of the esteemed American Gem Society.  He is experienced and knowledgeable in diamonds, gemstones, custom designs, and jewelry repair and appraisals.


Contact Information:

Bradley T. Harris Jewelers
4360 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd
Suite #160
Atlanta, GA   30341


Panorama Marketing & Media, LLC
555 Hawkins Store Rd
Kennesaw, GA  30144

Attend a 2-Day SAFe Workshop/Certificate

SAFe implementation

Delivering customer value through effective execution and coordination of program increments in the enterprise

In this two-day course, you will learn how the roles of Product Owner, Product Manager, Solution Manager, and Epic Owner drive the delivery of value in the SAFe enterprise. You’ll get an overview of the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®), the Lean-Agile mindset, and an understanding of how the Product Owner and Product Manager roles operate in the enterprise to drive the delivery of value. Finally, you will get an in-depth understanding of the specific activities, tools, and mechanics used to effectively deliver value to the enterprise.

By the end of this course, you should be able to write Epics, Capabilities, Features, and User Stories within the context of SAFe, and have a solid foundation for managing backlogs and programs in a Lean-Agile enterprise.


The following individuals will benefit from this course:

  • Product Owners, Product Line Managers, Product Managers, Business Owners, and Business Analysts
  • Solution Managers, Portfolio Managers, Program Managers, PMO personnel, and Process Leads
  • Enterprise, Solution, and System Architects

Associated Certification: SAFe POPM

Learning Goals

After this course, you should be able to:

  • Identify the major components of the Scaled Agile Framework
  • Connect the Scaled Agile Framework to core Lean-Agile principles and values
  • Identify key roles and responsibilities within a SAFe implementation
  • Contribute to Portfolio content using epics and the Portfolio kanban
  • Apply Value Stream strategies to define and manage solution value
  • Engage in Product Manager strategies
  • Operate as a SAFe Product Owner
  • Develop a stakeholder engagement plan
  • Build and grow communities of practice

Topics Covered

  • SAFe PO/PM Introduction
  • Embracing the Lean-Agile mindset
  • Exploring Product Owner and Product Manager roles
  • Contributing to Portfolio content
  • Defining and managing solution value
  • Being an effective SAFe Product Owner
  • Being an effective SAFe Product Manager
  • Engaging stakeholders
  • Building your Communities of Practice


One or more of the following prerequisites are recommended for students planning to attend this course and take the POPM certification exam:

  • Leading SAFe
  • Leading SAFe Live Lessons
  • SAFe experience

SAFe Certification

Attending the class prepares you to take the exam and become a certified SAFe Product Owner/Product Manager (POPM).

SAFe Certification Kit

Attendees who pass the exam will receive:

  • A SAFe PO/PM certificate
  • One-year certified membership as a SAFe PO/PM
  • A SAFe PO/PM branding kit with the POPM certification mark

What You Get

The class registration includes:

  • Attendee workbooks
  • Access to the SAFe® 4 Product Owner/Product Manager Exam – requires course attendance
  • One-year membership to Scaled Agile, with access to members-only resources such as webinars, workbooks, guidance presentations, and advance notice of upcoming SAFe products
  • SAFe PO/PM (POPM) attendance certificate upon request

Exam Details

  • Exam Name: SAFe® 4 Product Owner/Product Manager Exam

  • Exam Format: Multiple Choice, True/False

  • Exam Delivery: Web-based; Open book;

  • Exam Access: First attempt free within 30 days from course completion date

  • Exam Duration: Candidates have 30 days from course completion date to answer all questions and submit their exam.

  • Number of Questions: 59

  • Passing Score: 35 (60%)

  • Sample Test Questions

Annual Renewal

Renewals are from the date of certification.

  • Renewal fee: $100
  • 10 continuing education/outreach hours

Professional Development Units (PDUs) and Scrum Education Units (SEUs)

  • Attendees may be eligible to apply for 15 PDUs toward their continuing education requirements with the Project Management Institute (PMI) for PMP, PgMP, and PMI-ACP certifications
  • Attendees may be eligible to apply for SEUs under category C, toward earning or renewing their CSP through Scrum Alliance

Cancellations & Refunds

Substitutions are accepted at any time. Cancellations must be notified by email and refunds will be provided according to the following:

We reserve the right to postpone or cancel this event if there are less than 5 registrations or if presenters are unable to attend due to illness. If necessary, you will be notified no later than 5 days prior to the event and all registration payments will be refunded promptly. We will not be responsible for any other costs incurred.


The Silicon Review Names Atlanta Based Panorama Marketing & Media, as one of the 30 Fastest Growing Private Companies to Watch

30 Fastest Growing Private Companies to watch 2017

Atlanta, GA, September 1, 2017- Atlanta based Panorama Marketing & Media, was chosen among the 30 fastest growing private companies to watch by The Silicon Review.  The Silicon Review is the world’s most trusted online and print community for business & technology professionals. This announcement showcases 30 private companies that are making a splash in the tech market and growing at an incredible rate.

“A dedicated and experienced team committed to growing client businesses by creatively increasing conversions, engagements, and sales”, is what Panorama Marketing & Media is all about states Quique Lopez, Founder and CEO.  They have seen a tremendous growth in the last 2 years with the emergence of social media as a driving force in marketing in 2017.  The company develops creative solutions aimed at increasing sales, exposure, and of course profitability for their clients. 

Panorama Marketing and Media (PM&M) is a Google AdWords Partner and offers a wide range of affordable, customized marketing solutions for any size business, not only locally, but globally as well.   The company also uses Bing Ads and Facebook ads along with creative cope, SEO, video and multimedia content creation to create a consistent lead pipeline. PM&M specializes in mobile technology, local marketing and social media with a focus on soccer, music, art and multi-cultural local events to provide clients quality engagements from new and existing customers.

The company has provided marketing services for hundreds of companies over many ears and continues to grow and adapt to new technologies while keeping creativity as the focal point in marketing.  They have grown to 3 offices in the Metro Atlanta area and opening one in Denver, CO.

Quique Lopez has over 3 decades of lifestyle marketing in soccer, music art, and multi-cultural events.  Their approach supports a uniquely American ideal of the great melting pot and that by celebrating differences, people come together.  He states “We have strict standards on clients we accept.  Social media is our vehicle to bring a positive and hones message on behalf of our clients”.

The Silicon Review is the world’s most trusted online and print community for business & technology professionals.  Community members include CEOs, CIOs, CTOs, IT VPs and Managers, along with diverse IT professionals.

The Silicon Review encompasses nine technology and vertical communities: Software, IT Services, Cloud, Mobile, Big Data, Security, Telecommunications, Hot Start-ups and The Best Companies to work for. Each community leader collaborates with industry gurus, technology managers, researchers, top technology journalists, consultants and industry analysts. This is the place where senior level IT buyers and decision-makers come to learn and also share their experiences in regard to products, technologies and technology trends.

For more information about Quique Lopez and Panorama Marketing & Media, contact

Panorama Marketing & Media or call 678-391-9136.


Contact Information:

Panorama Marketing & Media, LLC
555 Hawkins Store Rd, Kennesaw GA 30144
Phone: 678-391-9136

The Emerging Atlanta Tech World- Don’t Get Left Behind

Big Change Is Coming to the Atlanta Tech World. Are You Ready


As a tech company, you couldn’t be in a better place. Silicon Valley’s star is waning, as consumer apps are fewer and farther between and the consumer tech giants are devouring them whenever they appear. Atlanta, on the other hand, is rising like the phoenix. Forbes magazine just named it #3 on its list of “5 U.S. Cities Poised to Become Tomorrow’s Tech Meccas,” the only city on the list east of the Mississippi River.

But in the midst of all the opportunities will also be challenges, as the tech giants move into niches they used to disdain and the lure of profits induces investors to pour previously unthinkable amounts of money into building and promoting potential tech winners. To secure investment in your new or better mouse trap, PE’s and VC’s want to see a well-thought-out brand strategy. In accounting, a brand defined as an intangible asset is often the most valuable asset on a corporation’s balance sheet. Despite this fact, many start-up and tech companies spend copious amounts of money developing the product with little or no thought to the brand and go-to-market strategy.

Learn what you can do to take advantage of the coming opportunities and overcome the challenges of being a tech start-up in a glorious new world the global giants won’t relinquish willingly.

Key takeaway

Be prepared to be hands-on. We’ll help you work through fundamental issues specific to your brand. You’ll leave with actionable insights you can use in your own marketing.

Directions and Parking Information:

Atlanta Tech Village is located in the heart of Buckhead at the corner of Lenox and Piedmont Road.


Amazon Advertisement Revenues Growing at an Incredible Rate

In October 2017, Amazon announced their third-quarter earnings, which reported sales of $43.7 billion, up 34% compared to last year. 

The more interesting part of the report is that $1 billion of that revenue actually came from advertising and is 58% of this year’s growth!

Amazon is Exploding
Amazon is Exploding

In Amazon CFO Brian Olsavsky’s statement, he said, “Advertising revenue continues to grow very quickly and its year-over-year growth rate is actually faster than the other revenue line item that you see there [in the ‘other’ category].”

Amazon is now going head to head with Google in product searches and has gotten the attention of retailers, brand advertisers, and search marketers. Looks like Amazon is catching up to Google and planning to surpass them…stay tuned!

To read more about this story, visit Search Engine Land.

Relax, Network and Meet New Friends


Thursday, November 16th 2017
6:00pm – 9:00pm
Eclipse Di Luna Dunwoody
4505 Ashford Dunwoody Rd, Atlanta, GA 30346 – 678.205.5862

Mingle with Atlanta’s Elite Professionals in an Exclusive
After-Hours Social while enjoying complimentary Hors d’oeuvres.
Reward your hard work with a night of stimulating conversations
among peers plus their prospective organizations.
Seek a bit of life after work at this quarterly event.



Bring your business cards for a chance to WIN raffle prizes.

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Learn the Ins and Outs of Real Estate Investing

Financial Freedom Education and Investor Community
Thursday, November 2, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
Atlanta, GA

Event Details

Welcome…We would like to invite you to our 2hr real estate investing orientation. Bring something to take notes with and come sit back and listen to why real estate investing is meant for everyone… Whether you like real estate or not, you might not realize yet that you already are an investor. You most likely pay for where you live now and you invest in someone’s dreams! We all either pay a rent/mortgage or we get paid rent/mortgage. Would you rather pay someone for where you live, or would you like to get paid? How would you like to get FREE education, maybe a FREE car every couple years? How would you like to take control of your retirement … We will show you how SMART investors are doing exactly that.

At our 2hr real estate investing orientation, we intend to show why that possibility has slipped past the 99% and what we are doing with real estate TODAY! We will

  • show you the ONLY curriculum based, ongoing, and scalable education platform in the industry.
  • show you a plan that has assisted students, in our community, to a net worth over a million dollars in controlled assets.
  • show you how you can be involved in the properties that we are involved in.
  • show you to a working business model that you could have walk down the hall to your home office instead of fighting traffic.
  • show you the ways to make money, and how to be wealthy with a variety of strategies.
  • show you how you could be done interviewing for jobs for the rest of your life and comprehensively teach your children how to BE the same!


In Real Estate Investing: We are looking for those who want to learn how to be an investor and those who want to build wealth through investments in Real Estate. Not only do we invest locally, but we also invest nationwide. Our investment associates earn anywhere from ~$5000-$100,000 per real estate transaction depending on the type of real estate transaction. A real estate license or experience is not necessary, but if you have either, great. Either way, we are here to show you how to be a real estate investor, where to invest, and our ways to make money. We work with everybody in our real estate investor training programs and here to help you build your own real estate investment portfolio.


In Sales/Marketing: If you enjoy getting out and being around people, attending our wealth building workshops and real estate seminars, this can help you to network and get to help other people interested in real estate investing get started with their home based business. You can do most all your work from home! Once certified, our sales agents are paid to enroll new real estate investing training associates. We get paid on Tuesday’s & Friday’s (8X a month). Our home based business is yours to control as long as you are willing to network and help provide customer service to the people you get enrolled. That’s it!

We create successful real estate investors and we have the results to prove that our system works. You must be coachable, willing to work very hard, dedicated, and most importantly passionate about the field of REAL E$TATE. We are very selective of whom we work with, and timing is everything. NOW IS THE TIME to make YOUR move towards building wealth.