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Peter Pike Photo Peter Pike
Pikenet, President

"Commercial Tool Kits on The Web"


Listen to Briefing from 10/18/96 & Receive Handout

Peter Pike commands a striking presence on the Internet. He is president of PikeNet, whichdebuted in January 1996. The PikeNet directory currently reviews and rates over 1,000 realestate sites on the Worldwide Web. PikeNet covers over 250 market areas around the world andincludes 32 industry categories. Each site is rated from 1 to 5 stars and is categorized and assigned to one or more market areas. PikeNet's headlines cover the latest developmentsinvolving service providers and the Internet, and PikeNet's toolkits contain specific informationon market areas with direct links to research and listings. Finally, PikeNet distributes an emaildispatch on the Internet, relaying real estate news to over 2,000 professionals weekly. PikeNetprovides strategic consulting services to firms seeking counsel on establishing an Internetpresence and training programs to increase the productivity of brokers using the Web. Peter Pikespeaks at company seminars and conferences around the country.


Contact Information:

Peter Pike
President, Pikenet
195 Lagunitas Road
Ross, CA 94957
(v) 415 485 6700
(f) 415 459 6553
(e) ppike@pikenet.com
(w)www.pikenet.com





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