Conveying Information without Links Doesn’t Work (for me)

I just watched part of a webinar about some of the new laws relevant to real estate taking effect in 10 days. It just didn’t work for me. I know that an Executive says Facebook will be all video, no text in 5 years, but how will we digest, process, pause, ponder, ruminate on comprehensive topics?

Part of my email to the VAR team was:

  1. Thank you for taking the time to do the webinar & provide the information. (always thank people for their time; they provide a valuable service)
  2. The (video) format didn’t work for me. Instead of reading to me rapidly, I would much prefer a comprehensive blog post with links to the relevant bills and specific parts of the code. Like this: Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors, Virginia Board for; licensing of home inspectors. (SB453) and the code
  3. A blog post explaining the rationale of each bill, background leading to it, and the time it took to get accomplished would be immensely useful (think: RPAC – the Realtors’ Political Action Committee). Tell the story of the bill, succinctly, but fully.
    1. I’d love to see each bill associated with the bill’s sponsor and a link to VPAP showing how much the VAR had given to the sponsor. Look, we all know that in politics, if you don’t spend money, you don’t get anywhere. Why not be boldly, aggressively transparent?

My clients expect when I answer questions, I support and substantiate my answers and advice. Video can’t (yet) provide that type of deep knowledge and foundation.

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