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Personal Finance Advice, Real Estate Advice, Consumer Advice
||Trump Tweets: Lessons for Executives on Social Media||In this week’s edition of Monday Morning Marketing, John and Ilyce discuss how President-elect Trump’s tweets may change once he takes office. Then they look at a 2016 report by Domo and CEO.com indicating that Fortune 500 chief executives might not be using social media as much as people think. Overall, chief executives and others in the C-suite aren’t […] The post Trump Tweets: Lessons for Executives on Social Media appeared first on ThinkGlink.||12/8/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
One of the best podcast for real estate,mortgage
If your looking to buy a house or just need some information on the housing market and how mortgage works and many more financial topics including taxes this the podcast for you, the only negative thing about this podcast is the lack of volume of the podcast, I always listen to podcast when I take a shower and of all the podcast I subscribe to this the only one I can not hear while taking a shower or brushing my teeth, please increase the audio . I will give 5 stars once the audio issue is fixed.
Been listening since 2006
I am a college kid who has been listening to ilyce since 2006. -I know, niche demographic. I really enjoy her and learning new tools. I consider it an added lecture. 5 stars
Good information with increased drama
The ThinkGlink provides very good information applicable to the audience outside of Georgia. News summaries and guests are knowledgeable and interesting covering a variety of business topics with an emphasis on real estate lately. The show covers investing, saving, money management, taxes, and all levels of personal finance. However, Mrs. Glink has recently turned into a drama queen where her discussion is laced with doom and gloom regarding the economy and the housing market. One specific instance is her report that for every 1 house in foreclosure, there are 50 more on the verge of foreclosure. That is just rediculous if you think about. If that were the case, every single house would be on the verge of foreclosure since more than 1 in 50 houses is distressed in the current market.