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INQUIRING MINDS WANT TO KNOW WHO’S BEHIND EX-MIAMI
THE REAL ESTATE BLOG THAT SEEMS TO HAVE ACCESS TO INFO THAT SCOOPS THE COMPETITION WHILE ALSO SHAPING THE PRESENTATION AND BRANDING OF MANY OF THE PROJECTS MENTIONED ON THE SITE HAS ALSO BECOME THE SUBJECT OF MUCH SPECULATION AND CURIOSITY

There’s nothing like a good conspiracy or mystery to get people to talking, as evidenced that there are still people willing to talk about who killed JR.


Locally the real estate website exMiami has for the last year or so become a subject of much discussion and speculation because of it’s ability to post stories containing information, public documents not readily available even to seasoned reporters, and architectural renderings that could only come from the offices of the architects involved in these projects.


It’s been a puzzlement, because the site is obviously not the effort or one or two freelancers like me with a real estate background and a desire to dig up info on what’s going on inside Miami’s real estate world.


The latest speculation on who is behind exMiami has now centered on Tadd Schwartz and Schwartz Media Strategies as a result of a little Twitter skirmish between Schwartz, Grant Stern, one of the Plaintiff’s in the lawsuit trying to stop the Walmart from being built at Midtown and Daily Business Review writer Eleazar Melendez over a story that appeared in exMiami shortly after the 3rd District Court of Appeal hearing on the Walmart case.

Schwartz and his company certainly have the right combination of clients, staff, political and business connections to create and maintain a website like exMiami, and it’s actually a pretty interesting strategy for a company like Schwartz’s if they were to be operating a parallel website like this, to promote the interests of their clients without their fingerprints being visible.


To me, as interesting as it might be for Schwartz and his employees to be behind exMiami - and at this point that’s merely speculation - a far larger issue is this whole thing of how we as a society are more and more being manipulated by companies using strategies, websites and messaging in ways intended to keep their identity, and sometimes their agendas secret.


That also includes the actions of some companies and government officials like the recent spate of stories about Florida’s Governor and key legislators going on hunting trips to the King Ranch in Texas, which is the subject of a new story on the Eye On Miami blog today detailing a strategy to convert a 67 square mile piece of property in Henry County into a development that will include 18,000 homes and 25 million square feet of commercial and industry space in one of Florida’s least populated areas.


These revelations are but one example in a laundry list of examples in recent years of how political Super PACS have collected tens and in some cases hundreds of millions of dollars from unidentified donors, who in turn funnel that money off to other regular PACS, or to the creation of organizations that act as fronts for the political agenda of these unidentified donors, and is just the tip of what I believe is an iceberg of of activities that point to similar kinds of actions occurring in the private sector, such as to whoever is behind exMiami.


It’s clear that whoever is behind exMiami has worked quite hard to maintain their anonymity, and whether it be Tadd Schwartz on his own, or some other PR company, or even as Grant Stern expressed concern that this effort represents a collusion between several PR companies - although I find that hard to believe simply because that level of secrecy is, I think, too hard for a bunch of people who make their living by sharing information to keep to themselves - the fact of the matter is that if exMiami is in fact an undertaking that was created as a secret promotional website to promote the PR company’s real estate clients, then that is not only devious, but raises questions as to what other kinds of manipulation might these folks be involved in.


The thing about deviousness is that it’s not an isolated kind of behavior.  Deviousness is as deviousness does, and keeps doing it over and over and over.


What do you think? The software for this website doesn’t allow me to have a comment section, but I finally figured out that if you keep your comment to less than 144 characters, you can comment all you want on Twitter. 


So if you got something to say, or if you know who is behind exMiami and want to share, and are on Twitter, then send your message to:


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SEPTEMBER 17, 2014
SCHWARTZ MEDIA DENIES THEY HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH EXMIAMI BLOG

Their denial is on their website and can be read by clicking on button.

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