Local real estate agent earns e-PRO certification PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 06 June 2013 09:07
Nathan Eberly of Key Realty has completed the e-PRO Certification Program and has been awarded the e-PRO Certification, the official technology certification program offered by the National Association of Realtors.
Eberly joins more than 30,000 real estate professionals who have earned NAR's e-PRO certification and dedicated time and effort towards learning how to use the latest social media technologies to create an online presence and reach today's connected consumers.
Working together with the Social Media Marketing Institute, NAR redesigned the e-PRO curriculum to better meet the challenges of today's real estate market.
The new e-PRO program expands an agent's real estate technology skills and helps them connect with consumers online via social media, e-mail marketing, and Web site promotion.
"Today's consumers are beginning their real estate search online," said Nathan Eberly of Key Realty.
"With an increasing number of consumers turning to social media and online technology throughout their home search, it is essential for today's agents to have the knowledge and training necessary to connect with these consumers online."
Social media is still relatively new, and evolving every day. Agents who earn e-PRO are dedicated to making the most of today's social media and technology to help consumers with their real estate needs, whatever they may be.
For more information, visit ePRONAR.com or contact Nathan Eberly of Key Realty at (419) 931-6703.
 

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