RPR Launches MyRPR.com website
If you have received the latest issue of Realtor magazine, you may have noticed that RPR not only has a new look, but a new resource to help RPR users across the country share how the RPR system is helping them create market level value for their clients and customers. With the help of 2011 President Ron Phipps, RPR has launched a new website called MyRPR.com, and associated advertising and communication campaign. MyRPR is designed to let the RPR users tell their success stories by creating and uploading their own videos highlighting how RPR has helped them in their everyday businesses. MyRPR also contains a number of videos from MLSs and Associations around the country promoting how RPR can help their members to save time and be more productive. We would like to hear your MyRPR story, so log and tell us how RPR is making a difference for you. Go to myrpr.com
New RPR blog/website released
The RPR marketing and social media department has been hard at work redesigning the RPR blog. The blog is where everything related to RPR news and communication is housed, from articles and features, to information about the latest RPR MLS launches, the blog has been a one source site for the latest on RPR features and programs. The redesigned blog is available now at blog.narrpr.com and includes improved navigation for agents, brokers, commercial and MLSs. Each industry segment has its own section dedicated to the most important RPR features and benefits. Each section includes videos and downloadable marketing and information pieces. Sign up for live, weekly training sessions in a number of different classes. Find out how RPR can impact your company or market, and how to make the most of this tremendous REALTOR® only member benefit. Go to blog.narrpr.com to see what’s new today.
Broker/Manager Resource Center
Along with the redesigned RPR blog, we had the opportunity to create additional value for Brokers and Managers by developing the Broker/Manager Resource Center. This is designed to offer three specific areas of value. First is a section dedicated to training Brokers and managers on the value that the RPR system can create for their agents, as well as an overview of the Broker Tool Sets, which are currently in Beta testing. Training can be done via videos, or live, weekly classes. Second, RPR has created a set of communication templates which companies can use to promote RPR features and benefits to their agents, and encourage them to register for RPR and create market value for their clients and customers. Third, RPR has created a set of weekly sales meeting modules including videos on RPR key features, as well as printable support pieces to use at your company sales meeting. Go to blog.narrpr.com/broker and see what RPR can do for you.
As always, thank you for your continued support of this exciting NAR initiative. Built by REALTORS®, for REALTORS® . . . owned by you.