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DotLoop’s national debut: FOX Business Network, 1st of two national TV spots in 2010 by CEO Allison

Posted in DotLoop: The Future of Real Estate Starts in Cincinnati ( .... well, technically, Blue Ash) on 01/07/2011 by @CincinnatiPR

DotLoop CEO Austin Allison on FOX News set – 1.7.10

DotLoop CEO Austin Allison made the first of two national TV appearances on the FOX Business Network last year, the first of which was broadcast one year ago today, on Jan. 7, 2010.

Allison won a unanimous vote from the panel on the FOX Business program “Happy Hour,” featured in the “So You Think You’re An Entrepreneur?” segment.

DotLoop CEO Allison, left, on FOX Business “Happy Hour,” broadcast live from Waldorf-Astoria, NYC – 1.7.10

Allison’s tour-de-force of the New York national media last year continued in June, with an appearance on America’s Nightly Scoreboard with host David Asman.

DotLoop recently signed some major deals that will have an impact on the national real estate industry.

Look for those soon from the first online solution for the real estate industry, DotLoop (www.DotLoop.com).

For more information, please visit www.DotLoop.com, or call the toll-free number at (888) Dot-Loop; in Cincinnati, call (513) 257-0551.


To reach Mr. Allison, please call the DotLoop HQ or send an e-mail to aallison@dotloop.com.

Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the FOX Business show from last January:

One year ago today: DotLoop in Cincinnati Enquirer, preceding FOX Business national TV on Jan. 7

Posted in DotLoop: The Future of Real Estate Starts in Cincinnati ( .... well, technically, Blue Ash) on 01/06/2011 by @CincinnatiPR

DotLoop in Cincinnati Enquirer – 1.6.10

DotLoop – the first, complete online solution for the real estate industry – was profiled in The Cincinnati Enquirer one year ago today. Here’s how it went down:

It took Joe Price all of 90 seconds before he halted the conversation.

Late last year, Price, the Chief Operating Officer who’s also the Vice President of Financial Services at Huff, the second-largest real estate company in Greater Cincinnati – part of the Berkshire Hathaway stable of real estate brands – was being pitched on an innovative new online software program called DotLoop (www.DotLoop.com).

Price was speaking with Austin Allison, founder and CEO of DotLoop. And the discussion didn’t get far.

Joe Price, COO at Huff, signs with Austin Allison and DotLoop – 1.6.10

Austin was about a minute-and-a-half into his presentation, and I told him, ‘Wait. Stop. You don’t have to go any further. I get it, and I love it,’ ” said Price.

Shortly thereafter, Price and the founder and CEO of Huff Realty, Jim Huff, reached an agreement to share the DotLoop solution with Huff’s entire roster of sales agents.

In Northern Kentucky, Huff is the clear market leader; the company is ranked No. 2 in the overall Greater Cincinnati market (which includes southwestern Ohio and southeastern Indiana).

Huff is rolling out the DotLoop system as part of its comprehensive package of services available to its salesforce. Amidst these turbulent times in the real estate industry, every broker is looking for an advantage in recruiting, Price added.

Offering DotLoop also dovetails nicely with Huff’s Green initiative to reduce the company’s carbon footprint and help reduce the mountains of forms lurking in its Tri-State offices.

“When we look at the things we do within Huff, we are always looking at what advancements there are in the market that are going to allow a better consumer experience, will the consumer be able to see it right away, and does the agent understand that it can significant impact their business,” Price said at the time.

“That’s where DotLoop comes in.

“The market has slowed down, but technology most certainly has not. We have been evaluating other software products out there, but those alternatives became a non-issue when we saw how robust the DotLoop product is coming right out of the box, and honestly, just how intuitive it is,” Price said.

“This just feeds right into that logic. Pretty soon, e-mail will be considered snail mail. We just absolutely love the technology,” Price added.

For additional information, please visit www.DotLoop.com, call (888) Dot-Loop or, if you’re in The ‘Natti, call (513) 257-0551.

To reach Mr. Allison, call the DotLoop HQ, or send an e-mail to aallison@dotloop.com.

 

DotLoop press release for Cincinnati Enquirer – 1.6.10

You can find DotLoop on the trade circuit any given week of the year …. here’s a keynote presentation from Mr. Allison at the RETech South Conference in Atlanta last year …

FOX Business Network: ‘America’s Nightly Scoreboard’ shines national, prime-time TV spotlight on DotLoop of Cincinnati

Posted in DotLoop: The Future of Real Estate Starts in Cincinnati ( .... well, technically, Blue Ash) on 06/22/2010 by @CincinnatiPR

DotLoop CEO G. Austin Allison was cruising in and out of 1211 Avenue of the Americas this week, stopping just long enough at the Midtown Manhattan studios of the FOX Business Network to share The Game Changer itself, DotLoop, on “America’s Nightly Scoreboard.”

1211 Avenue of the Americas: home of News Corp., parent of FOX News and the FOX Business Network

The address:

Home field of FOX News, the FOX Business Network and the Wall Street Journal.

The audience?

Millions. Easy. I’ll relay the numbers when I get them.

The Cincinnati Kid?

Check him out for yourself. What were you doing at 25?

The picture?

But of course.

Here’s FOX Business Anchorman David Asman, right, host of “America’s Nightly Scoreboard,” shortly after Mr. Allison’s guest appearance on June 21. Asman is a media veteran and a newsman’s newsman, having worked at The Wall Street Journal and Forbes magazine.

DotLoop CEO G. Austin Allison, left, with David Asman, host of "America's Nightly Scoreboard" and anchor at FOX Business Network

For more information about DotLoop, please call (888) Dot-Loop, visit http://www.dotloop.com or send an e-mail to info@dotloop.com.

Yesterday wasn’t the first trip to The Apple for The Loop.

In January, Mr. Allison won a unanimous three votes during his appearance on FOX Business Network’s former “Happy Hour” program.

DotLoop CEO G. Austin Allison, left, on FOX Business Network's "Happy Hour" program, featuring Eric Bolling (center) and Tracy Brynes.

On “Happy Hour,” DotLoop’s Allison took on a three-pronged professional panel with Eric Bolling, Tracy Byrnes and Cody Willard.

The result? See for yourself ….

Look for another upcoming DotLoop appearance on the FOX Business Network soon. Details will be announced later this summer.

For media inquiries, please contact Mr. Andy Hemmer, aka TheWritingFiend@Large, at (513) 604-5428 or andy@andyhemmer.com.

DotLoop of Cincinnati confirmed for FOX Business Network on Monday – live national TV on America’s Nightly Scoreboard

Posted in DotLoop: The Future of Real Estate Starts in Cincinnati ( .... well, technically, Blue Ash) on 06/18/2010 by @CincinnatiPR

Look for the triumphant return of DotLoop to a live national audience on Monday, June 21, on America’s Nightly Scoreboard, broadcast by FOX Business Network and hosted by David Asman.

DotLoop of Cincinnati returns to a live national TV audience with CEO Austin Allison’s appearance on America’s Nightly Scoreboard, broadcast by FOX Business Network.

America’s Nightly Scoreboard is broadcast from 7-8 p.m. and comes on the heels of DotLoop CEO Austin Allison’s previous appearance on FOX Business Network’s “Happy Hour” in early 2010.

DotLoop CEO Austin Allison appeared on the FOX Business Network’s “Happy Hour” program in early 2010, earning a unanimous vote for DotLoop.

Details to come forth over the weekend. To enter the kingdom of Simple, please visit http://www.dotloop.com, call (888) Dot-Loop or send an e-mail to info@dotloop.com.

For media inquiries regarding DotLoop, please contact Mr. Andy Hemmer, aka TheWritingFiend@Large and President of AndyHemmer.com PR/Writing Services, at (513) 604-5428 or andy@andyhemmer.com.

DotLoop of Cincinnati tentatively confirmed – America’s Nightly Scoreboard on the FOX Business Network, Monday June 21

Posted in DotLoop: The Future of Real Estate Starts in Cincinnati ( .... well, technically, Blue Ash) on 06/15/2010 by @CincinnatiPR

DotLoop of Cincinnati has been tentatively confirmed as the Small Business Spotlight segment on America’s Nightly Scoreboard, FOX Business Network, on Monday, June 21 (7 pm).

“Officially,” we’re not “officially” allowed to confirmed.

“Officially,” we are allowed to “tentatively confirm” it, so tell the world, boys and girls: DotLoop CEO Austin Allison of Cincinnati, architect of the first online collaborative environment for the real estate industry, will appear on “America’s Nightly Scoreboard” on Monday, June 21.

“Scoreboard” is hosted by David Asman, longtime media veteran who’s worked at The Wall Street Journal and Forbes Magazine.

More details are expected to be announced on Thursday. In the meantime, keep it Simple …. see you at The Loop (http://www.dotloop.com)!

For media inquiries regarding DotLoop or the upcoming FOX Business appearance, please contact Mr. Andy Hemmer, aka TheWritingFiend@Large at (513) 604-5428 or andy@andyhemmer.com.

From Georgia, with love ….

Posted in DotLoop: The Future of Real Estate Starts in Cincinnati ( .... well, technically, Blue Ash) with tags , , , , on 04/08/2010 by @CincinnatiPR

As an Elite Sponsor of REtechSouth 2010 – one of the premier real estate and technology conferences in the U.S. – DotLoop had the pleasure of presenting twice at the gig in Atlanta, held March 25-26, 2010.

One of the highlights: meeting Ann Foster, a broker with RE/MAX Lake Oconee (a little east of Atlanta) and Partnership Chairperson of the Georgia Association of Realtors.

“Like everybody we’ve met, Ann is a consummate professional who is looking to extract the maximum value for her member Realtors. DotLoop fits the bill,” said G. Austin Allison, co-founder and CEO of DotLoop (www.DotLoop.com).

Next up on the 2010 DotLoop trade show warrior junket: the Illinois Association of Realtors Spring Conference & Expo (fb: http://www.facebook.com/IllinoisAssociationofREALTORS?v=info#!/event.php?eid=267650004516&index=1 ), May 5-6 in Collinsville, Illinois, a suburb of St. Louis.

Keep It Simple!

DotLoop delivers: 700 lbs. of food, clothing and goods delivered for victims of Haiti earthquake

Posted in DotLoop: The Future of Real Estate Starts in Cincinnati ( .... well, technically, Blue Ash) on 04/04/2010 by @CincinnatiPR

DOTLOOP DELIVERS: First online collaborative environment for real estate holds donor drive for Haiti earthquake victims.

When the business community sought a collaborative, online solution for the real estate industry, DotLoop was there. When misfortune fell upon the people of Haiti earlier this year, people from all over the world came to their aid, including the hard-working crew at DotLoop, which delivered more than 700 pounds of food and clothing.

“We have been blessed at DotLoop, and here in the United States, with the highest quality of life in the world. We are proud to join the many others who have pitched in with their time, their resources, and their prayers, to help the people of Haiti during their time of need,” said G. Austin Allison, co-founder and CEO of DotLoop (www.DotLoop.com).

DotLoop has consistently proven itself to be a community-oriented corporate citizen, having been involved with the Cincinnati Habitat for Humanity organization since the company started. Many DotLoop personnel also volunteer for individual causes with other non-profit entities, fundraisers and church activities.

Born in Cincinnati and pursuing a national expansion campaign, DotLoop offers a Realtor-centric path towards efficiency, productivity and cost-savings. The web has worked miracles for marketing and listing properties; DotLoop is here to close the deal – online. Keep it Simple!

For more information about DotLoop, please call (888) Dot-Loop, visit http://www.dotloop.com or send an e-mail to info@dotloop.com. For press inquiries, please contact Mr. Andy Hemmer, President of AndyHemmer.com PR/Writing Services, aka TheWritingFiend@Large at (513) 604-5428 or andy@andyhemmer.com.

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