Urban Land Institute Visits Asheville

This week we were super excited to personally host several ULI councils in Asheville, NC. Our topics of discussions included: The Biltmore Farms history (1897 – Present), core values and economic philosophies by Jack Cecil Economic Development in Asheville, a case study on how Asheville became the right fit for New Belgium, by Ben Teague […]

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MozCon Local SEO & Zillow HQ

We had the privilege to visit Seattle last week and attend a local marketing workshop hosted by the largest online SEO community in the world, Moz.com. What was great about the event was how small it making conversations about local marketing with others that much easier, not to mention great music, venue and food! MozCon […]

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Google’s 10 Core Values

How does Google work? I just got finished reading the book, “How Google Works” written by Google’s Executive Chairman and ex-CEO, Eric Schmidt and former SVP of Products, Johnathan Rosenberg. The book essentially boils down the foundation of how they have successfully grown over the last 10 years. There were several areas of the book […]

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Using Behavioral Psychology To Influence Website Visitors

One way to improve your conversion rates is to use psychological principals for optimization. The age old marketing tool of applying psychology theory to campaign tactics has been used by greats like Albert Lasker and Edward Bernays, who manipulated Freud’s theories in famous campaigns for Marlboro and Ivory Soap during the 1930s and 1940s. While […]

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Travelling Through Central America: A Market Researcher’s Perspective

As a self-admitted real estate research geek, I thoroughly enjoy figuring out what makes different markets tick. What fundamentals drive development in different destinations? How do land use policies and planning impact siting, density, and design? Which types of buyers are active? Why are certain projects successful while others never make it past the drawing […]

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Recent trends in storytelling

The term minimalism is also used to describe a trend in design and architecture where in the subject is reduced to its necessary elements. Minimalist design has been highly influenced by Japanese traditional design and architecture. In addition, the work of De Stijl artists is a major source of reference for this kind of work.

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Element 360 is Moving!

New Year, New Offices Here’s our address and a sneak peak at our offices. 22 S. Pack Square 5th Floor Asheville North Carolina 28801 We are excited to announce that our real estate internet marketing team has moved to a new location in the heart of Downtown Asheville. We feel very privileged to be in […]

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Fiabci USA Symposium

E360 attended our first Fiabci USA meeting in April 2012. Fiabci is the International Real Estate Federation. We received a warm welcome being hosted in Miami, Florida. The agenda for this meeting was focused on the real estate development frontier. E360 has a particular interest and coverage in frontier markets highlighted in our blog back […]

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