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September 21, 2012

The Friday Five for September 21

by mark mclean

Happy Friday everyone. Welcome to this week’s Friday Five. Awesome tips on branding and social media for Realtors. Enjoy and have an awesome weekend!

You have a great idea for a blog post – and that’s a good start. But you need more than just ideas. If you want to grow your business, you need published content – and that means turning your idea into a written blog posts. Check out these 6 steps to get from idea to published post.

Were you one of those people back in 2008 who looked at your Facebook profile and thought … “I see some real potential here for real estate.” I have to admit I didn’t. Now look at it. Great statistics to drive home a point.
There have been endless articles written educating agents on how to use Twitter. There are also a ton of helpful posts about how to manage your time on the site so that you maximize your success without getting caught up in the world of pointless tweets. Um wait, is this somehow about me? Can’t be. you heard the old joke “I’m listening but I don’t hear what you are saying”.  Then you might need to read this and practise active listening skills when interacting with people and you will see how much smoother the relationship between you will become.’s finish off with this one. Saving the best for last.

In the 1960’s the “Madmen of Madison” Avenue were challenged as the age of  television forever changed the advertising and marketing landscape. Isn’t that what social media is doing to TV? So What’s next? is Social Media going to die? Interesting blog on the subject.


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