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‘Top Producer’ can send wrong message

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Twitter is all about conversation, and there are plenty of real estate industry-related conversations happening throughout the Twittersphere. One of the more interesting ones occurred this weekend ...It all started with a tweet from real estate consultant Marc Davison (@1000wattmarc). He raised the issue of the often-used moniker, "Top Producer," by real estate agents on Twitter:  Marc's tweet immediately garnered responses from real estate profressionals on Twitter. One of the first to respond was Phoenix-area broker, Jay Thompson (@PhxREguy), who shared in Marc's dismay at the use of the "Top Producer" moniker: Another reply came from Ashley Drake Gephart (@AshDHart), a real estate agent in New Mexico, who questioned the dubious nature of the term: Pam O'Connor (@LeadingrePam), the CEO of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, quickly replied from a different perspective, that of a consumer. Her reply lead to an interesting exchange between herself ...