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Real Estate Quickie:  Grow Your Brand with Facebook!

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Real Estate Quickie: Grow Your Brand with Facebook!

If you’ve mainly been utilizing your Facebook Profile in the past to keep in contact with your BFF’s both near and far, but now are deciding to utilize it to engage with clients there are a few changes you should consider.

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Real Estate Quickie:  How Facebook Lists Can Benefit You!

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Real Estate Quickie: How Facebook Lists Can Benefit You!

If you are utilizing your Facebook Profile for business then you probably have tons of different friends and followers all mixed up together in one big pot called “Friends”.  This can make it hard to ensure you are actively engaging with the right people at the right times.  This is where Facebook lists can be a big help.  Use Facebook lists to separate your BFFs from your clients. 

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REAL Estate Quickie:  10 Ways to Use Twitter Lists

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REAL Estate Quickie: 10 Ways to Use Twitter Lists

A Twitter list is a group of Twitter users of your selection.  You can create your own or subscribe to other’s....

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REAL Estate Quickie:  HubSpot CRM + Sidekick

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REAL Estate Quickie: HubSpot CRM + Sidekick

Save time and keep in touch with new and existing clients with this free tool!

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REAL Estate Quickie:  How to Sell an Ugly House!

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REAL Estate Quickie: How to Sell an Ugly House!

5 ideas on how to market an UGLY HOUSE!

I had a Realtor ask me today…How do I market an ugly house?  My initial thought was “don’t get hired on as their Realtor.”  Just kidding, kind-of!The advice I gave her was as follows….

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REAL Estate Quickie:  Take Control of Your Schedule!

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REAL Estate Quickie: Take Control of Your Schedule!

Do more in less time!  Learn when to disconnect!

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How to Flipping Communicate with Millennials about Homebuying!

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How to Flipping Communicate with Millennials about Homebuying!

“The National Association of Realtors 2015 report on generational trends found that millennials, who are currently between ages 25 and 34, make up the largest share of homebuyers at 32 percent.  So how do you go about dealing with these tech-savvy buyers who barely consider talking on the phone a form of communication? 

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