Highlights from NAIOP’s Program “Markets Under Pressure: Tug of War between Boston & the ’Burbs”

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Highlights from NAIOP’s Program “Markets Under Pressure: Tug of War between Boston & the ’Burbs”


For anyone interested in the commercial real estate market in the greater Boston area, there was only one place to be on the morning of September 9th. Over 300 commercial real estate and business professionals descended upon the Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel to hear industry leaders discuss current trends in commercial real estate in Boston and the suburbs. Below are some of the key takeaways:

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Mike’s Technical Tip: Using “Quick Links” in Gmail

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UPDATE: See this post about the removal of Gmail’s Quick Links by Google.
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quicklinks00For users of Gmail (or Google Apps for Work, which until recently was called Google Apps for Business) you might not be aware of the many available optional features you can choose to enable. One of my new favorites is Quick Links – a great add-on that has one purpose: giving you one-click access to any previously-viewed page in Gmail. The following shows how to activate and use this little gem.

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Do Your Email Campaigns Look Great on All Devices?

 

Did you know?

 

Checking email is the #1 reported activity on smart phones.

Checking email is the #1 reported activity on smart phones.

51% of all email gets opened on a mobile device.

51% of all email gets opened on a mobile device.

80% of people will delete an email if it doesn’t look good on mobile.

80% of people will delete an email if it doesn’t look good on mobile.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Winning RFPs: 10 Questions to Ask Yourself

Responding to RFPs (Request for Proposals) is often a love/hate relationship. We love being included in the process and the chance at winning new work for the firm, but we hate the time and stress that goes into putting a strong proposal together. Below is a list of questions to ask yourself that may help you improve the process and win more bids:

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