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Real Estate Business Cards - Who would have thought of this great idea?!

I wanted to share a wonderful tip I learned from my Ralph Roberts conference call 3 weeks ago that has already earned me a lead.

Ralph shared with all of us that when he goes into a restaurant he always leaves his business card with a hand written note on the back thanking the waiter or waitress for the great service, smile,  etc. and always writes their name if they are wearing a name tag eg:  "Thanks for the awesome food and great service Tiffany".  

He always leaves a healthy tip with these business cards.  The return he says has been amazing.

I tried this just 4 days after Ralph had mentioned it and to my amazement the manager of the local "Outback Restaurant" called me an hour after I left the Outback to personally thank me for such a kind and wonderful gesture.  He said his boss is looking for real estate and he gave his boss my card!

Aside from the potential business just think about putting a smile on someones face that might be having a bad day or personal problems.  Paying them a compliment may just be what they need more than you or I will ever know.

Give this tip a try.  It can't hurt and you never know when you will see some results. 

Thanks Ralph!

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Comment balloon 103 commentsGeorge Tallabas • October 20 2007 03:04PM

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Great Tip George. I will certainly try this. You could also do this to anyone who gives you great service. Leave you card with the cab, or limo driver.
Posted by Gail Reeves Reid (Re/Max Realty Specialists) over 11 years ago

Great idea!

I think business cards can be a great tool.  It's traditional but you can come up with ideas such as this - so simple.  I have thought of doing short runs of two sided business cards - with my info on front and a property on back.  When I thought of it homes were selling fast - but in today's market it might work.

Posted by Judi Glamb, Associate Broker, ABR (Coldwell Banker Hearthside) over 11 years ago
Gail - Thank you and yes, it will work with anyone that gives great service.  Have a great weekend!
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
Judi - Congrats for "Thinking outside the box"!
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago

Gail - I always leave my business card with the cab driver. Now I am going to start writing their name on the back of the card and give them more compliments.

George - This is a great idea. I am definitely going to try it out. Great post.

Posted by Lanre-"THE REAL ESTATE FARMER" Folayan, I don't make promises.I deliver results.SOLD HOMES (Keller Williams Select Realtors-Buy a home in Washington DC. Sell a home in Washington DC) over 11 years ago

Hey Ralph I love this idea!  My husband always beats me to it though.  He is a mortgage broker. That's not the business card I am assuming that you hand out?  :)

Posted by n d (Naoma Doriguzzi) over 11 years ago
Wow great suggestion I certainly will use it!
Posted by Donna Whitaker, Exit Premier Realty (Exit Premier Realty) over 11 years ago

Lanre - Try it and you will be amazed

Naoma - Thanks for giving thanks to Ralph.  He is amazing!

Donna - Go for it!

Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
Oh, I love being around smart people! That is such a good idea I feel dumb that I haven't been doing it!
Posted by Sarah Nopp over 11 years ago
Thanks for sharing.  Great idea,  can't wait to see what results it brings.
Posted by Sue Berger, Gladwin MI over 11 years ago
Sarah - LOL  Don't call yourself dumb dear.  We all learn from many different people and we learn every day.  The moment we stop learning we go downhill.  "Go get em dear!"
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago

Sue - This is so exciting!.  Give it a try and it it will amaze you!

Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
George, Thanks for the great tip. I plan on trying it myself, starting with my next meal out.
Posted by Rolo Cuadrado (Colorado Mountain College) over 11 years ago
Rolando - You are welcome dude!  Good luck!
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago

We have been leaving 2 cards behind with our generous tip for years now.  It actually does work, especially when you have a compelling message on the back.  What a great way to market yourself for only a few pennies.

Posted by Brenda & David Wakeman (Russell Realty) over 11 years ago

George:

Great idea.  The note is what does it.  Much more powerful than the card alone.

Posted by » Bill Burress Nationwide Mortgage Originator (» Bill Burress Nationwide Mortgage Originator) over 11 years ago

Excellent tip George,  I will try that today!  What is there to lose?

Aloha - The Hunter

 

Posted by Georgie Hunter R(S) 58089, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 11 years ago

Brenda & David - Good for you!

Bill - The note is very powerful for sure. Everyone likes a comliment

Georgina - There is nothing to loose my friend....go for it!

Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
George:  Great post!  My mom is a waitress and she taught me this lesson when I first got into real estate.  Of course it wasn't until I started making a little money that we could actually eat out and tip good.  =]

It does work.  I tipped a guy good and come to find out his dad was a developer and I did a 2 million dollar land sale!!!!!! BUUUUYAHHHH!!!!!!

Everybody is somebody's somebody!

Posted by Jessica Horton Jessica Horton Realty, Jessica Horton: I'm not #1... You Are! (Jessica Horton - Jessica Horton & Associates) over 11 years ago
George, I think this is a wonderful idea and I'm definitely going to use it!  If nothing else it will bring a smile to someones face!  Great tip (no pun intended :)
Posted by Laura Cerrano, Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher (Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island) over 11 years ago

Jessica - Good for you and congrats on your huge sale!  Ralph has a ton of more ideas and make sure to listen in when I email you his conference calls.  The calls take place every Monday evening.  I hope all is well my friend.

Carole - Everyone loves a compliment and yes, it brings a smile to everyone's face and that is the most important part of this idea!

Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
You're right it works like a charm. My husband used to dread me doing this, now he actually reminds me!
Posted by Keisha Hosea- KASIHomes.com, Real Estate Solutions For Real People (KASI Homes ) over 11 years ago

George - you come up with the most amazing things to spur leads, success and good will.  I love it!  and I always leave good tips, even when the service is poor, because I  believe the waiter or waitress is just having a bad day and needs a lift - so this suggestion goes to the top of my list - and I will use it tomorrow.

Thank you!

Posted by Eva Armstrong, Environmental Visions (Environmental Visions) over 11 years ago
What a Great Idea..Amazing the things that are so simple, but many of us never think of. Thanks for sharing.
Posted by Jay LaGace, Cape Coral / Lee County Real Estate - 239-443-8795 (RE/MAX Realty Team) over 11 years ago
I always make it a point to pass on my card in a restraunt (espicially at Hooters HAHA).  Never thought about the hand written portion of it though, I like it! 
Posted by Chad Baird (Re/Max Spirit) over 11 years ago
George that is a great idea. No cost personal promotion. You can't afford not to try this one.
Posted by Kotambu "KS" Shabazz, Renton, Real Estate Consultant (Quality Real Estate Services) over 11 years ago
This used to embarrass my wife until I got a deal as a result.  Now she reminds me too!
Posted by David Bennett, Yorba Linda Real Estate (Tarbell, Realtors) over 11 years ago
That is a great idea George!! I actually received Bridget's business card in the mail a few days back with a very nice note! She has some amazing business cards. I wanted to get her printer and use her layout. Great looking card and very impressive. Add your tip and you have a winner all the way around. Thanks for another great post my friend!!   12 days til I meet Ralph Roberts personally, but who's counting right? LOL
Posted by Arizona Real Estate Associate Broker (MR Realty) over 11 years ago
George, thanks for sharing this awesome idea.
Posted by Missy Caulk, Savvy Realtor - Ann Arbor Real Estate (Missy Caulk TEAM) over 11 years ago

Well, I have heard of this idea, but never seen what was put on the back of the card and I will start this process and report back. Thanks

Posted by Susan Trombley, Broker/Realtor, Raleigh, Cary, Wake Forest, Youngs (Trombley Real Estate) over 11 years ago

Keisha - Thanks for the comment and have a great weekend

Eva - Thanks and good luck to you my friend

Jay - It is very simple and oh so powerful!

Chad - Give it a try and bring a smile to someones face!

Kotambu - The reward is amazing

David - Glad your wife got over it....LOL

Candi - I too received a thank you card as well in a brown coin envelope which she used.  I sent her my cards in that same envelope with a note which I learned at a CRS class.  She loved the idea and is now using it.  I hope you are having a great weekend with your family.

Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago

Missy - You are very welcome my friend

Susan - Go for it and I would love to hear your report!

Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
I do this all the time, but haven't had anything come from it-but I will continue to still do it.
Posted by Penny Florence over 11 years ago
Penny - Keep it up.  Right something that will really touch their heart and pad the tip as well.  Be patient and good things will come :-)  I had something great happen the first time!
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
George, what a wonderful idea.  I don't have much room to write on my card, but I did leave a little room.  I waited tables and both of my children waited tables so I tend to be a fairly big tipper anyway.  That is one of the hardest jobs I ever had.
Posted by Marchel Peterson, Spring TX Real Estate E-Pro (Results Realty) over 11 years ago
Marchel - I respect waiters and waitresses and have always respecte them. I can just imagine the feeling a waiter or waitress has when they receive a heartfelt note accompanied by a handsome tip.  I hope you are doing well.
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago

George, You always have such great tips! I will try this! My husband works for chili's and we are always eating out even at other chili's it would be a great way for me to network with other managers and other managers at other stores in the area. Thanks for the tip!

Carla Cullum

Keller Williams Dallas Ft Worth Denton

Posted by Carla Cullum (Integrity Team Keller Williams Flower Mound ) over 11 years ago
Carla - You are very welcome and good luck to you
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago

This really does work, because I do this when we go out and eat also. It is just a simple gesture and it means so much!!

Nicole Garner
Portland Metro Oregon 

Posted by Nicole Garner (Not Available) over 11 years ago
Nicole - Good for you and keep up the great work!
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago

This is a great tip, George!  Thanks for sharing.  Sometimes we overlook the obvious.

One thing I always enjoy doing - and it gets wonderful results - is when a waiter/waitress says, "Hi, I'm Bobbi and I'll be your server tonight."  I always say, "Hi, Bobbi, I'm Carol and I'm going to be your customer tonight!"  This always gets a smile and a laugh and great service.   

Posted by Carol Smith (Casmi Photography) over 11 years ago
George, I have done this a few times with waitresses /waiters and even at the car wash.  I've only done it a couple times with no results yet but I will keep trying.
Posted by Roberta LaRocca, REALTOR®, Broker, Salesperson, Property Management (Simply Vegas Real Estate) over 11 years ago
Great idea!  My problem is I go the same restaurants and asks for the same waitress!  I guess I should go to different restaurants!  :)
Posted by Rick Tourgee, Provincetown and Cape Cod (Robert Paul Properties, Inc.) over 11 years ago
This is why I spend time on Active Rain--great idea...
Posted by Gerry Banister, MBA (RE/MAX Showcase Homes) over 11 years ago
Great post. I try to give as many away as possible.
Posted by Keith Perry, REALTOR - West Metro Atlanta (Coldwell Banker) over 11 years ago
That is a great idea!  It amazes me how many people don't give away their business cards.
Posted by M A over 11 years ago
I'm so happy Martin Abeshaus shared your blog with me in his own blog you inpired him to write.  This is brilliant.  Thanks! 
Posted by Natalie Langford, Winchester, VA Real Estate (Realty Negotiations) over 11 years ago

Carol - You are very welcome and I hope all is well

Roberta - Don't give up and remember flattering comments and higher that normal tips

Rick - Why wouldn' the same waiter or waitress appreciate constant compliments?

Gerry - Good luck and I wish you well

Keith & Robin - Go for it!

Martin - This is very true...we need to "Think outside the box" and always be creative

Natalie - Thank you and I hope all is well

Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
Great tip George!
Posted by Tara Lyons, Belleville Real Estate - You Real EstateSource (Royal Lepage ProAlliance Realty) over 11 years ago

I've heard this idea before but never actually tried it...I think I will give it a try next time I go out to eat! Thanks for the encouragement!

Posted by Kelly Sibilsky (Licensed Through Referral Connection, LTD.) over 11 years ago

Tara - Thanks and good luck to you

Kelly - Go for it my friend!

Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
George - This is an excellent tip. I had been doing this years ago and for some reason stopped doing tit. I am glad I read your post. This is a great reminder of some of the little things you can do to create business for yourself. 
Posted by Bill Gassett, Metrowest Massachusetts Real Estate (RE/MAX Executive Realty) over 11 years ago
George:  I love the idea of a personalized note.  Also, by using their name - they will be more likely to keep the card because it is essentially a testimonial for them.  Excellent idea.
Posted by Sue Nelson, Broker/Associate Las Vegas Real Estate ~Team Rhino~ (ERA Sunbelt Realty) over 11 years ago

Bill - Thanks and I wish you well

Sue - Thanks for stopping by and good luck to you

Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago

I love this idea and am going to use it.  Thank you.

 

P.S. I couldn't find the spot where you rate the post.  It seems to have disappeared.  Do you know how I get it back so I can come back and rate you a 5.

Posted by Adele Irving - Easton Area Homes (Prudential Patt, White Real Estate) over 11 years ago
George, we eat out often each week. Just think of all the contact I have been leaving on the table. great thought and thanks for sharing.
Posted by Frank Rubi, FrankRubiRealEstate.com (Frank Rubi Real Estate, LLC) over 11 years ago
Great Idea.  The beauty is in it's simplicity.  Thanks for sharing.
Posted by Matt Moxhay, Moorestown Real Estate (Prudential Fox & Roach) over 11 years ago

Adele - Thank you so much....I appareciate you rating me a 5!  You may want to refresh your browser Adele.

Frank - You are very welcome my friend.

Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
Matt - You are welcome and it is a simple and powerful idea thanks to Ralph Roberts!
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
Well i guess i am going to start leaving my cards with a note on them, thanks George.
Posted by Vicki Bishop GRI - Alabama Real Estate (Coldwell Banker United Realtors®) over 11 years ago
Sometimes the simple things make the biggest difference.  I try to give out 5 cards a day.  Thanks for the tip.
Posted by Keith Neeley, RE/MAX New Horizons (ReMax New Horizons) over 11 years ago
Hey George!

My mom was over today and I showed her this post.  Like I told you...she is a waitress.  She said that you can come eat at her restaurant any time.  She has a thing about the tall dark and handsome! 

She is such a big flirt! 

Anyway, I just thought I would make you laugh with that. 

Have a good one!

PS....sorry my kids have a concert monday night at 7:00 PM.  I've got to see them and plus I will probably hit 50 contacts in 2 hours! 
Posted by Jessica Horton Jessica Horton Realty, Jessica Horton: I'm not #1... You Are! (Jessica Horton - Jessica Horton & Associates) over 11 years ago

Vicki - Go for it my friend

Keith - You are welcome and I wish you well

Jessica - Your kids are important to you and I hope you can make future Ralph Roberts conference calls because Ralph is awesome.  Tell your mom I will be over to her restaurant in the next week or two...LOL

Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
They are George.  I am just glad that I can watch Heroes online because I hate missing it! 

She would drive you INSANE!  Trust me. 
Posted by Jessica Horton Jessica Horton Realty, Jessica Horton: I'm not #1... You Are! (Jessica Horton - Jessica Horton & Associates) over 11 years ago
Jessica - Have a great evening and "You go girl"!
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
George:  What a great idea.  I will give it a try.
Posted by Dianne Barody, Pensacola Florida Real Estate (Century 21 AmeriSouth Realty) over 11 years ago
George, Great tip I always leave a card when I tip but have not writen a note. I will now!  
Posted by Keith Zimmer (RE/MAX Results) over 11 years ago

Dianne - Thank you my friend and I hope all is well with you

Keith - Go for it and and good luck!

Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago

I love AR, and I love great tips. Thanks George for that.

Kevin Gapol  Golden Star Financing

Posted by Kevin Gapol (Golden Star Financing) over 11 years ago
Kevin - You are welcome dude!
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
I too LOVE this idea! What an innovative thought!
Posted by Yvonne Beal, Chatham County Real Estate Expert (Realty World Carolina Properties/NC Fine Living) over 11 years ago
Yvonne - Thanks and go for it!
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
George, I did this the other day after you told me about your call with Ralph.  I didn't get any response from it, but you never know I still could.  I thought that writing on my cards was going to be a problem becasue I just got new laminated ones.  They look really nice, but if you write on them with pen it smudges.  So I picked up an ultra fine point Sharpie to keep in my purse.  It works great!  Thanks for all of your awesome advice!
Posted by Amy Barrutia, Idaho Home Loans (Riverside Home Loans, LLC) over 11 years ago
Great idea, George!  I'll have to try it next time.  Sometimes people just need a lift during a stressful day.
Posted by Brigita McKelvie, Associate Broker, The Broker with horse sense and no horsing around (Cindy Stys Equestrian and Country Properties, Ltd.) over 11 years ago
George - I was in a seminar that Ralph had and he mentioned to us about the business calling card. I use it all the time. I have received 2 phone calls and working with someone to find them a home.
Posted by Chuck Dellorto, "Talk To Chuck" (Coldwell Banker - Serving INDIANA & ILLINOIS) over 11 years ago

Amy - You won't always get results the first time but don't give up my dear friend

Brigita - Good luck to you and have a wonderful evening

Chuck - Thanks my friend.  Ralph is awesome!

Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
George,
This is a fabulous idea. I will definitely be giving this a try.
Posted by Anthea Click, Nashville Home Stager - Selling Nashville, TN homes quickly! (Fresh Perspectives - www.InsideNashvilleHomes.com) over 11 years ago
Anthea - Good luck to you my friend and have a great weekend.
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
Thank you!  i am going to start using that!  I will let you know how it works.
Posted by Sara Swift-Newsome (RE/MAX ) over 11 years ago
Sara - You are very, very welcome and good luck to you.
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
George, what a great idea! I've left cards & tips (of course) :-) before - but never with a personal note. Even if no business surfaced from leaving the card, it's a fabulous way to brighten someone's day.
Posted by Darleen McCullen, Broker - Raleigh, NC Real Estate over 11 years ago
Darleen - Thanks for stopping by and I wish you good luck. Have a fabulous weekend.
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago

This is a great idea. I also heard about this one at a conference. I have tried this for the past three months with no results. I am a former bellman so I tip well. I do plan on doing this for a long time. Great way to market yourself and a great way to make someone's day.

Posted by Spencer Molnar, GRI-Homewood Property Management over 11 years ago

Before doing real estate (and kids) we owned donut shops... While working the drive thru one morning this guy came up and handed me a few business cards with a great tip.  I remember seeing him almost everyday, but had no idea what he did for a living. It just so happened that several months after him doing that we decided to sell our home.. Not knowing who to use..... I remembered the guy who came through the drive thru and gave me his business cards!  He sold three properties for us and also for many of our friends!  Which reminds me now that I am in real estate..... HE OWES ME!!  :)

Posted by Susan Thompson (Remax Bell Park) over 11 years ago

Spencer - Keep it up and good luck to you.  Have a great day!

Susan - What a great story!  Just goes to prove to you that being proactive like this can pay big dividends!  You should really write a post about this Susan. I have a wonderful day!

Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
Great tip George!  Thank you, I'm going to start doing this!
Posted by Ana Connell, Burbank Real Estate Agent (G & C Properties) over 11 years ago
Ana - Good luck to you my friend
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
Hi George- thanks for the idea- I'm going to use it today at lunch(if my waitress is good of course).  In this market, you need to always put your best foot forward.
Posted by Judy Greenberg, Coldwell Banker - Buffalo Grove - Long Grove Homes (Coldwell Banker Long Grove) over 11 years ago
I just started doing this about a month ago.  I haven't included their name, but have left atleast a 20% tip and have not had the results yet, but we'll see.  I'm sure eventually something will come of it.
Posted by Delete Me Now Please over 11 years ago

Judy - Good luck to you and thanks for stopping by

Rob - Good for you and keep it up

Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago

 

Goood Idea!

I am certainly going to do this.

I am excited about this.

Jeanette Hemmer Re/Max Clarksville, Arkansas

Posted by Jeanette Hemmer (Coldwell Banker) over 11 years ago
Jeanette - Thanks and "You go Girl!"
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
It's true. Usually, the most obvious, easiest ideas, are the best ideas. To be sucessful in Real Estate, you have to see the forest through the trees.
Posted by Jeff Gordon over 11 years ago
It's true. Usually, the most obvious, easiest ideas, are the best ideas. To be sucessful in Real Estate, you have to see the forest through the trees.
Posted by Jeff Gordon, Broker/Owner, EXIT Assurance Realty, Groton MA over 11 years ago
Jeff - Thansk and have a great day
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
Thanks Dana - Keep at it!
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
Thanks for this info...and it already worked for you...that's impressive!
Posted by Diane Aurit, Lake Norman Real Estate (LKN Realty, LLC) over 11 years ago
Diane - Thank you very much and have a great day!
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago
Thanks, everyone I enjoy reading tips. Several weeks ago, I read somewhere? When you go through a drive-thru pay for the person behind you and ask person at the window to give them your card! Just make sure it isn't a passenger van LOL !
Posted by Mindy Pencil (Real Living Darby Creek) over 11 years ago

Good Tip, you just never know.....keep them coming....

 

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Posted by Joey Almeida and Oscar Peralta The Almeida/Peralta Group Chandler, AZ (Global Realty Marketing) over 11 years ago

Great tip!  Thank you.  Who doesn't like to recieve a compliment?

Kim Dillon, Creative Eye Home Staging

Posted by Kim Dillon (Creative Eye Home Staging) over 11 years ago
Thanks everyone and good luck using this tip.
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) over 11 years ago

Although this blog is old, it still carries some weight. I will have to implement this strategy.

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