Latest NAR Commercial podcast: Ravit Lichtenberg of Ustrategy discusses frequency, relevancy, and sincerity online

Ravit Lichtenberg of UStrategy
Ravit Lichtenberg of UStrategy
Ravit Lichtenberg of UStrategy
Ravit Lichtenberg of Ustrategy

Frequency, Relevancy, and Sincerity: These are the three keys to building relationships online and in life.

In the latest edition of the National Association of Realtors’ Commercial Intelligence Briefing Podcast, Ravit Lichtenberg, founder of Ustrategy, a San Francisco consulting firm, talks with Steve Lubetkin of Professional Podcasts.

Ravit advises companies and individuals on elevating their e-commerce strategies and their clients’ user experience. Listen as she suggests how to integrate marketing and communications tactics with your online activity to create a stronger role as an industry leader.

With over 15 years of experience, Ravit has consulted to a startups and Fortune 500 companies in the fashion, retail, financial services, automotive, and hi-tech sectors.

Before launching Ustrategy, Ravit worked as a Customer Experience Strategist at Hewlett-Packard Co., defining innovative customer-driven strategies, HP’s hardware and software product experiences, online solutions, and merger and acquisition processes.   Ravit’s strategic analyses have been published by  internationally recognized publications such as the  New York Times, and on marketing and technology publications such as ReadWriteWeb and Mashable.

Ravit holds an MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management and a Master in Human Factors and Applied Experimental Psychology.

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