Originally Posted By: ecrofutt
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Brian and Hann Tech Marketing having nothing to do with Working RE. Brian is outside Los Angeles.
Working RE is in San Diego.
The editor and publisher of Working RE, David Brauner, does post on www.inspectionnews.com.
Look at Page 2 of the magazine.
There's over 100 posts on Inspection News that mention NACHI.
It's amazing what you can find on the internet in just a few minutes with just a little information to start from.
Here’s the actual post on IN.
Registered: Nov 2002
posted June 27, 2003 01:57 PM
Three top things that I did to grow my business in the first year.
#1. Join NACHI - They are by far the most helpful for new inspectors.
#2. Spent most of my time on marketing, meeting Realtors, attending Board of Realtor meetings, etc.
#3. Found a niche--in my area there was a need for an inspector who could provide top-quality proferssional services. That is how I market myself.
Click on RK’s profile link at the top of the message and you get this.
Date Registered: November 02, 2002
Status: New Member
Total Posts: 13
Current Email: Not available.
Business Name: Pro-Spect
In Business Since: 1992
Run a quick Google on the above and you get:
Pro-Spect Professional Home Inspections Ron Kuntz NACHI Certified Inspector
703 Main Street, Alexandria, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, US, 16611
Pro-Spect Professional Home Inspections, Inc.
Based in Alexandria, PA
Ron Kuntz also serves the areas of: Bedford, PA Indiana, PA Johnstown, PA Ebensburg, PA Altoona, PA Alexandria, PA University Park, PA Bellefonte, PA Lewistown, PA Lock Haven, PA Little Meadows, PA
Contact Ron Kuntz
Phone: (814) 669-1221
E-Mail: Click Here
NOW YOU KNOW.
Take a minute to say thank you to Ron Kuntz for getting NACHI in there even if he did just put his initials of RK on the post.
If you don't get Working RE, you can visit the web site at www.workingre.com
or e-mail David Brauner at firstname.lastname@example.org
Some of us got on his subscription list for free when he first started the magazine.
Subscriptions now cost about $30 bucks a year for 4 issues.
Matter of fact, maybe Nick can contact them and get a reduced rate for NACHI members so he can increase his subscriptions and thus increase his advertising reach and his advertising income.
In any case, it's great to see the NACHI name out there.
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