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I received 3 bpo orders today. I was really glad that two of them are possible listings. One was from Protek so I could use the 50 dollars. The other two were new assignments and the training in AZ looks like it willl finally pay off for AtPac. The best of all is that..the farthest was 2 miles from the office. The one from Konduer might be stringing me along but they said they really like what I did with my panoramic software. My set of comps were on street over all right next to each...so I improvised and took a panoramic.

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Comment by Mark Anthony Ruiz on July 5, 2009 at 2:41pm
Sam,
I was referring to Kondeur liking pics. So I post the link to VT's to clarify where I made a really lonnnng pic. Sory if I confused you guys. Your right...I dont think Protk does not allow links. Pretty straight forward software.
Kondeur , however,called and wanted a quick bpo, whiched allowed for some improvisation for further explanation.
The link I posted was for Nedy's question on software.

Thanks,
Mark Anthony Ruiz
Comment by Sam Shueh on July 4, 2009 at 11:55pm
u post a link on the bpo? i thought it has to be a still image of front only.... protk will not permit it...
Comment by Thomas Moore on July 1, 2009 at 12:45pm
Great to see you out there hustling and being creative. That is what it takes to build up these accounts.
Comment by Mark Anthony Ruiz on July 1, 2009 at 12:41pm
Nedy,I added the pano shot in "my photos"...
Comment by Mark Anthony Ruiz on July 1, 2009 at 12:23pm
I started use visual tours (www.visualtour.com) to market homes for sale. Here is an example, http://www.visualtour.com/show.asp?T=1545472
The software "stiches" your shots to make the tour. Well, you have the option before it "stitches it to save as a jep file. Thus, creating a very nice panoramic pic while doing my visual tour. It saves me a step.
Comment by Nedy Blanchard on July 1, 2009 at 8:17am
Mark, can you expand and share what panoramic software you now use? and Congratulations! on making things happen for you.

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