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As if the real estate industry wasn’t already moving fast enough, there’s the added pressure of maintaining a constant social media presence to build your brand image. But between daily postings, keeping listings current, and responding to comments, reviews, and...read more
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Chris Scott from the Paperless Agent and his team are always teaching amazing marketing content and this article was too good to pass up. If you want to know the secrets tp getting found online by Google, read on… Do you have an online search strategy? A recent...read more
Great news for all of us Twitter fans out there. Twitter is relaxing its 140-character limit. The social network announced on Monday that links to media like photos, GIFs, polls, and videos will no longer count toward the 140-character limit Twitter has had since its...read more