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November 2nd, 2014 12:27 PM
WANT TO HELP OUT WITH PROJECT GRADUATION? BUT DON'T HAVE A LOT OF TIME. ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS TURKEYS AND HAMS AND HELP SUPPORT YUKON PROJECT GRADUATION.  MAKE THIS THE BEST YEAR YET!




PROJECT GRADUATION
HAM and TURKEY SALE
2014 FALL SALE
Name of Committee Member/Sales Person__________________________________________
Phone Number_________________________________E-Mail___________________________________
HAM (8-10# Spiral Sliced, Honey glazed) $25.00 each
TURKEY (12-14# Smoked) $30.00 each
Order & payment deadline: Monday, December 15, 2012
Pick up location: Central Elem. South Door
Pick up date: Thursday, December 18, 3:30- 6:00 P.M.
Any questions, call Elaine Logan @ 405-248-0607or email elaine.logan@yukonps.com
MAKE CHECK PAYABLE TO: Yukon Project Graduation (all orders must be paid before pick up)
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July 30th, 2014 2:12 PM

Zillow and Trulia:  The morning after

July 29, 2014  |  Dustin Moore


I worked my way through college as a greenskeeper at a local golf course.  I remember the first time we had a big overnight thunderstorm roll through.  It caused all sorts of damage:  downed tree limbs, debris and wind-blown trash everywhere, standing water in the sand traps.  It was a complete mess.  Honestly, it looked a lot like the real-world version of everyone's social feeds yesterday after the news broke that Zillow would acquire Trulia.  

Back then, I was more interested in earning enough money to fund my college-kid lifestyle than I was in learning life lessons.  But after that first storm passed, my boss taught me something that stuck with me, and it’s applicable today.  After a nasty storm passes, pour your effort into only the things that matter most.  Don’t spend time making things perfect and pretty.  Work like crazy on only the things that keep your business going.

A storm hit yesterday when Zillow and Trulia joined forces.  Now it’s the morning after.  Time to go to work.  These are the things you should focus on:

Care for your customers more than before
In the pre-social media age, you could get away with lackluster service.  Chances were good your prospects wouldn’t find out about your lapses in previous transactions.  But with Google, Twitter, Facebook, and now agent rating sites, your past follows you around forever.  If each one of your clients has a great experience, you’ll be a five star REALTOR all over the Internet.  But if your service isn’t great, all your potential clients will know that, too.

The portals will continue to move towards ranking agents.  Make sure your service is so good, you’re at the top of every list.

Commit to delivering valuable information that can’t be found on the portals
The war over “listings data” is pretty much over.  What was once locked inside the MLS and exclusive to REALTOR websites is now available anywhere.  But that doesn’t mean you don’t have anything to offer.

There’s still valuable historical data in the MLS that others don’t have access to.  That information can help you market your business, and help your clients make better decisions.  Apps like RE:Focus Analytics help you best use data the mega portals don’t have access to.

Strengthen your referral network inside and outside the industry
It’s true that nearly everyone starts looking for real estate on the Internet.  But that doesn’t mean it’s the only place they look for information.  Future homebuyers talk to their friends and family, their insurance guy, their banker, and a whole list of other people about buying a home.  Make sure you’re constantly working your referral network so your name gets mentioned in those conversations.

Review your marketing then try something new
Marketing has changed dramatically in the past few years and it continues to evolve at break-neck speed.  Take some time to read up on new techniques.  Pay particular attention to “Inbound Marketing” concepts like content publishing and promotion, lead capture and nurturing, and marketing automation.  These techniques will help you get found on the web, and help you lock in customers you've already met.

When you’re researching, I’d suggest you skip over the lofty blogs on marketing theory and go straight to the nuts and bolts of “how to”.  Sites like Hubspot and Marketing Experiments are great places to pick up new techniques you can put in motion today.  The portals and mega franchises are trying new stuff.  You should be, too.

Measure everything
As the market changes, one thing is for sure:  Everyone will have an opinion on the best way to grow a real estate business.  Some will buy leads from the portals.  Others will work their referral network like crazy.  Still others will pump time and effort into their website, IDX, and social marketing.  But which has the best return on investment?

The only way to answer that question is to measure everything you do.  Zillow leads work great for some, but not for others.  Pay-per-click ads are best for some agents.  Traditional referral networks are the lifeblood for many.  At the end of the day, you’ve got to have a system for measuring the effectiveness of your lead generation and marketing.  Tools like Pipeline ROI are built specifically to give you the data you need to make the best decisions.



Obviously I don’t mean to stick my head in the proverbial sand while the ground shifts beneath the industry’s feet.  I do believe this is a big, structural change for us.  It’s a massive power shift.  MLSs and large franchises should have meeting rooms full of people today plotting their next move.  

But for the boots-on-the-ground agent, this isn’t a time to worry.  It’s a time to work.  Work for your clients.  Work with your partners.  Work on your own technology and marketing processes.  Then measure everything so you know what works for your business.
If you do those things, then you’ll be in a great position to adapt to any changes the industry throws at you. 
 

- See more at: http://blogs.alamode.com/agent/article/zillow-and-trulia-the-morning-after?ClickID=CPEMAGBLOG0714_2&ClickThruEmail=sllyons@cox.net&ClickThruCustomerNumber=0#sthash.rCsrG7ih.dpuf

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IT'S CRUNCH TIME for test monitoring! Many who have been trained to be a monitor have likely already signed up at your home schools. But...if you have ANY additional time to give, YHS and YMS can use your help! Morning or afternoons are available. 

TEST MONITOR TRAINING WILL BE AT YUKON HIGH SCHOOL in Lance Chapman's Counselors Office. Training is available tomorrow April 8, 2014 from 3:00-4:00 AND on Wednesday April 9 from 12:00-1:00. This mandatory training will allow you to be a test monitor at any school site (In other words, you don't have to be trained again if you are going to monitor at different school sites).

TESTING DATES & TIME FOR YHS: You can pick either morning or afternoon or ALL DAY! 

8:30-11:30 OR 11:45 -2:35. 

APRIL 14,15,16,17, 21, 22, 25, 28,29, 30.

MAY 1, 2, 5, 6.

If you know anyone else who can help, on-site training will be available for last minute recruits at most of the school sites. 

Thank you for your willingness to help with this big project. Check your calendar and call us at the Helping Hand office: 354-3716 or email us at helping.hands@yukonps.com. 

THANK YOU!!

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April 3rd, 2014 1:31 PM


Getting a Library card is easy!!


Membership is FREE to all residents of Canadian County.  Simply bring in proof of residency and a photo ID.  Anyone under 18 must have a parent or legal guardian present to sign their application form. It only takes a few minutes so drop by today!


For more information visit:
www.mabelcfrypubliclibrary.com

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SOLD!!  

       Casady Heights
Listings Photo
$129,900.00
2516 NW 110th Street

Oklahoma City, OK 73102



Beds: 4 Rooms: 0
Full Baths: 2 Sq. Ft.: 1800
Garage: 2 Built: 1972
 

This is a new listing that
I thought you might be
interested in. Visit this
listing online to see more
photos of the property,
Google? Earth satellite
images, and much more.
 

If you have any questions
about this property or
require more information,
please feel free to call.

Stacy Lyons
Stacy Lyons-GRI,ABR,Realtor,SRS,CHMS,e-PRO,SFR,AHWD
4053611006
www.stacyllyons.com



 
  Visit this listing here

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SOLD!! 

      
Listings Photo
$139,000.00
617 Saint James Place

Yukon, OK 73099



Beds: 3 Rooms: 0
Full Baths: 2 Sq. Ft.: 1683
Garage: 2 Built: 1972
 

It's all in the details! New paint inside and out. New heat/air in 2012,New appliances, counter tops, new hardware,carpet,almost all new light fixtures,new doors in 2011,remodel bathrooms in 2010,2011. New roof in 2009, 2 inch wood faux blinds, new shed in 2013, new water heater in 2012. New cabinet doors in kitchen. Memories are the heirlooms of life start making yours this holiday season with Thanksgiving dinner in front of the fireplace!
This is a sold  listing that
I thought you might be
interested in. Visit this
listing online to see more
photos of the property,
Google? Earth satellite
images, and much more.
 

If you have any questions
about this property or
require more information,
please feel free to call.

Stacy Lyons
Stacy Lyons-GRI,ABR,Realtor,SRS,CHMS,e-PRO,SFR,AHWD
4053611006
www.stacyllyons.com



 
  Visit this listing here

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August 19th, 2013 9:20 AM
HAVE A STUDENT ATHLETE AND WHAT TO GIVE THEM A HEAD START TO THE YEAR?

SIGN THEM UP FOR YUKON'S HEALTH 101. MEET THE HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER AND TOUR YUKON'S STATE OF THE ART FACILITES. LEARN HOW TO PRVENT AND TREAT INJURIES. RECEIVE THE LASTEST INFORMATION ON SPORTS NUTRITION FROM A LICENSED NUTRITIONIST AND MUCH MORE! FIND OUT ALL THE INFORMATION FOR REGISTRATION RIGHT HERE. http://www.stacyllyons.com/www.YukonSportsMedicineProgram.com

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How well do you know your student's sports?

What can you do as a parent to help them be the best they can be?

Ever wish you knew more? Here is your chance!

 

 

 

Sports Health 101


August 24, 2013


Saturday, 9:00 am - 12:00

Sign in begins at 8:30am
Fee is $ 25.00 includes T-shirt

Yukon High School Wellness Center- South end of Football Field.

* Meet Head Athletic Trainer, Leander Walker and students

* Tour Yukon's State of the Art Wellness Center

*Learn about injury prevention and treatment from team physicians

*Receive the latest information on sports nutrition from a licensed nutritionist designed to keep your player at optimum health

* Gain knowledge of sports positions and plays from Yukon's head Football Coach Todd Wilson

* Increase your knowledge of "the Rules of the game" with a session from an official football referee-capable of teaching even the most inexperienced!

Download the application here:

08071303.PDF

Call Teresa Minick for more information
405-206-6931 or email at
tdminick@gmail.com


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Stacy Lyons has moved to Paradigm AdvantEdge Real Estate’s north office at 16301 N May Ave. as a residential real estate sales associate.

Lyons has sold real estate for 11 years and has earned seven professional designations: GRI (Graduate, Realtor Institute), e-Pro (for online and social media proficiency), SFR (Short Sale and Foreclosure Resourse Certification), AHWD (At Home with Diversity), CHMS (Certified Home Marketing Specialist), ABR (Accredited Buyers Representative) and SRS (Sellers Representative Specialist).

Lyons, who grew up in a military family, graduated from Yukon High School and has lived in Yukon ever since.



Read more: http://newsok.com/stacy-lyons-moves-to-paradigm-north-office/article/3718221#ixzz29EtA16K9

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