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Fact or fiction? If you use your social media accounts for real estate business, the Texas Real Estate Commission requires you to have a link from those accounts to the Consumer Protection Notice and the Information About Brokerage Services notice. Fact. TREC … Continue reading →
Twitter recently doubled its long-established 140-character limit per tweet. The move is intended to preserve the speed and brevity of the platform, according to Twitter, but make it easier for users to express themselves. Take advantage of the higher character limit … Continue reading →
Promoting your expertise with shareable content relevant to real estate or your community is a great marketing technique. But where do you get ideas for your newsletter, blog, and social media posts? Here are 16 topics to get you started. … Continue reading →