Tuesday, August 19, 2014

What Is Dropbox in your Gmail?

What Is  Drop box?

"One place for all your stuff, wherever you are."

Dropbox is a home for all your photos, documents, videos, and files. Anything you add to Dropbox will automatically show up on all your computers,phones and even the Dropbox website — so you can access your stuff from anywhere.
Dropbox also makes it super easy to share with others, whether you're a student or professional, parent or grandparent. Even if you accidentally spill a latte on your laptop, have no fear! Relax knowing that your stuff is safe in Dropbox and will never be lost.

Be anywhere

Dropbox works hard to make sure that all your stuff is the same wherever you happen to be. Start a doc from a computer at school or work, make edits from your phone on the way home, then add finishing touches from a tablet in your living room.
With apps available for all your computers,phones, and tablets, you can show off videos, automatically upload photos, or open documents from anywhere.

Simple sharing

Dropbox makes sharing easy. Invite your friends, family, and teammates to any folder in your Dropbox, and it'll be as if you saved that folder straight to their computer.
You can send people links to specific files, photos, and folders in your Dropbox, too. This makes Dropbox perfect for team projects, sharing party photos with friends, or recording your band's debut album.

Always safe

Even if your computer has a meltdown or your phone goes for a swim, your stuff is always safe in Dropbox and can be restored in a snap. Dropbox is like a time machine that lets you undo mistakes and even undelete files you accidentally trash.

Surprise yourself

Over 300 million people around the world rely on Dropbox to help them design buildings, compose music, run businesses, and even coordinate disaster relief. Whether you're an entrepreneur or a teacher, a photographer or an astronomer, an artist or an activist, Dropbox simplifies your life.

Monday, August 4, 2014


Business can be difficult and tricky, but it doesn't have to be.  By establishing and maintaining relationships with people, you can encounter business opportunities and still other lucrative connections. Here are three steps for building your network in stages:
How to Build Your Network Like a Super Connector

1. Build ties with your personal circle and then beyond.

You need to be trusted before people will commit to you, your company or product. Initially, your personal connections will vouch for you. This will begin to lend credibility to your name and your brand or product.
To build your network, start small. Share a business card, even if it just has your personal information. More important than giving out a business card, though is collecting them. This puts you in the driver’s seat to start the process of making lasting connections.
Reach out as well to your high school, college and graduate school alumni networks. Attend conferences and seminars and meet the people there. Volunteering is another way to begin expanding your network.
Then when you keep in touch with these new and old members of your network, you will find yourself becoming a magnet for others wishing to be part of your circle.
Related: Where the Real Deals Are Ignited at Conferences -- the Bar

2. Exchange information or ask advice.

By sharing or requesting information, you will remain fresh on other people's minds in a natural and organic way. You'll become a driving force in referrals, which influences the advancement of others.
Even if you do not directly help all your connections, this activity will lead you to become a trusted resource of information and will keep members of your network returning to you. Collecting friends or connections on social networks is a great first step. But interacting with people and staying active with your network is what separates a social media participant from a truly powerful networking professional.
 Strategic Networking and How to Make the Most of Your Evenings

3. Following up is crucial to becoming a great connector.

Did you send someone a referral? Then remember to ask how it went. That is followup! These interactions show that you are invested in this person's success and will further the bond that you have started.
Be proactive in communicating. We live in a world where information and personal thoughts are easily found, making us think we are connected. But the person who truly reaches out and sends a personal message is the person who is truly’ connected.
People will do business with those individuals who are visible. It may sound like a cliche but networking is a 24/7 job 365 days a year -- not something accomplished overnight.

Neeta Shah
        Neeta Shah
Contact Details
Office :- 022 - 2895 32 32 / 022 - 2894 87 47 /  022 - 28906363
Neeta Shah - 9821411063
Parth Shah - 9821911063
Kalpesh Shah - 9821106543
Manish Sheth - 9821728465
Skype Id :- neeta.shah30
Shop No. 2 & 11 , Shailesh Apartments,
Borivali West, Mumbai – 400103, India


The real estate industry is changing. As the needs, characteristics and demands of today’s buyer and seller continue to evolve, so must the marketing style of any successful real estate professional. What marketing tactics worked yesterday, may not connect with today’s sophisticated and ever-changing consumer.
According to  National Association of Realtors Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, 90% of buyers used the Internet during the home search process and of that, nearly two-thirds only interviewed one agent before they found the agent they ultimately worked with. Think about the potential for any agent who has taken the time to establish a substantial online presence.

Diversify Your Way to Social Media Success

As potential clients race to the Internet for answers, having a diverse presence is imperative. While Face book, Twitter and Linked In might have been your entry point, expanding into Google+ can be equally beneficial to your bottom line.
However, to effectively use Google plus for real estate purposes, you need to understand how to make the most of this unique social site.
Below are ways to get started and ideas on how you can best leverage the power behind Google+:
  • Create a complete and optimized keyword-rich profile with links to your website(s)
  • Add your authorship attribution tags to websites and blogs to obtain a significant ranking in SERP (Search Engine Ranking Pages) pushing your Google+ profile higher in the results page
  • Include future prospects, past clientele, appraisers, property inspectors, referral networks’ members and local area real estate experts to your circles
  • Upload correctly tagged images to your Google+ profiles
  • Upload tagged, high quality videos to your Google+ profile
  • Share content links to validate that you are a real estate expert within your local area
  • Have referrals from team members within your content posted
  • Have comments on the content from team members to validate the content provided
  • +1 the content, the comments and share content from other team members (reciprocate)
  • Utilize the above mentioned leverage aids to ensure speedy indexing of your content
  • Utilize the ‘explore navigation’ for keyword search
  • Create events using Google+
  • Writing genuine Google+ reviews
  • Create a business page in Google+
  • Use your new Google+ business page and create a Local Google citation to show the actual business location
  • Host hangouts with past clients or potential clients to answer FAQ
  • Create and physically attend real life hang outs or Meet ups
  • Make use of the Google+ private messaging and video chat features to communicate with clients
  • Go deep by listening, learning, engaging and making new relationships similar to those in other social networks

Get Started With Google Plus for Real Estate

 1. Google+ Real Estate Circles

To be accepted into other people’s real estate circles, you need to express who you are and post often about you and your  business. Add complete bio information in the profile section and upload photos that shed light on your niche, specialty and location.
Whether it’s real estate professionals across the country or potential clients,  people want to know who you are before they are willing to work with you. The more people accept you into their circles, the more your network will expand.

 2. Using Email to Add to Your Google+ Circles

Google Plus allows you to add people into your circles using email addresses only. You can pull from your G mail or many other email account providers to invite past clients, potential clients and peers within your current network.
You can then add them to specific circles and whenever you post relevant content,  Google+ will send a message to that chosen circle. This avoids spamming other friends on Google+ with information they have no interest in.

 3. Google+ as a Real Estate Blogs

Despite the fact that Google+ is not a traditional blogging platform like Word Press or Blogger, it can still be used for that purpose. Many are using it as their hub to post extended information that might not have been accepted within a Face book post. Many real estate agents find this valuable when passing along how-to have or answers to buyer and seller top questions.

Neeta Shah
        Neeta Shah
Contact Details
Office :- 022 - 2895 32 32 / 022 - 2894 87 47 /  022 - 28906363
Neeta Shah - 9821411063
Parth Shah - 9821911063
Kalpesh Shah - 9821106543
Manish Sheth - 9821728465
Skype Id :- neeta.shah30
Shop No. 2 & 11 , Shailesh Apartments,
Borivali West, Mumbai – 400103, India