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  • Twitter gaining in Remit survey « pwcom 2.0 pwcom 2.0

    Twitter gaining in Remit survey « pwcom 2.0

  • [...] gaining in Remit survey Jump to Comments Last year, in a post Twitter? not in my Remit, I talked about the findings of a Remit/Estates Gazette survey of use of social media, among other [...]

    Twitter? not in my Remit « pwcom 2.0

  • Remit Consulting – who more recently produced a report for the RICS on social media (see post) – repeated the MIPIM exercise again this year, against a background of heightened media use [...]

    The role of social media in commercial property « pwcom 2.0

  • Last year, in a post Twitter? not in my Remit, I talked about the findings of a Remit/Estates Gazette survey of use of social media, among other sources, at the 2009 MIPIM property fair in Cannes; I was scathing of some of the responses, mainly because they showed low property professional awareness of how some social media tools could or should be used.

    Twitter gaining in Remit survey « pwcom 2.0

  • Crucially, Remit continued, most respondents used more than one source, posing questions about where advertisers, for example, might invest to get their message across in future.

    Twitter gaining in Remit survey « pwcom 2.0

  • Last year, in a post Twitter? not in my Remit, I talked about the findings of a Remit/Estates Gazette survey of use of social media, among other sources, at the 2009 MIPIM property fair in Cannes; I was scathing of some of the responses, mainly because they showed low property professional awareness of how some [...]

    2010 April 07 « pwcom 2.0

  • Remit then provide a simplified version of the prism – dubbed the ‘coffee cup’ – that puts marketing and sales, plus assets, individuals and companies around the core: transactions.

    The role of social media in commercial property « pwcom 2.0

  • Remit admits the property industry tends to be “very traditional”, even pointing out that:

    Twitter? not in my Remit « pwcom 2.0

  • Sorry Remit, but blogs are already a widely used information source for many industry professionals, and the implied criticism of Twitter is wrong too.

    Twitter? not in my Remit « pwcom 2.0

  • Remit Consulting – who more recently produced a report for the RICS on social media (see post) – repeated the MIPIM exercise again this year, against a background of heightened media use:

    Twitter gaining in Remit survey « pwcom 2.0

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