By now if you use Twitter you have seen the new Beta feature called Retweet. By now some of you might have seen this new icon on your Tweets and it works much like the normal reply but has a few key differences.
Always use precaution when publishing any personal information on the Internet including any financial or personal information.
In early 2009 RE/Advantage proposed a newly redesigned listing search for Real Estate professionals to utilize on their websites - IDX 3.0. The new IDX solution came with many updated features as well as a new interface.
Now you can post the listings that your MLS sends to REALTOR.com on your Facebook profile. If you are a Real Estate Agent and a member of NAR you can now easily put your listings on your Facebook profile.
Blogging and Social Networking is fast becoming a medium for distributing your voice to a large audience. But to be successful you need to make sure you do it right. Here are some quick tips on things to consider when your create posts.
As active bloggers most of you may know that just simply presented posts, Times New Roman – font size 12, may draw in a few readers but is it really the audience you are striving to reach? Why not give your blog posts a little “face lift”.
From recent newspaper articles and television broadcasts, many who have been following the “$8000 tax credit” know that President Obama has signed off on the bill approving an extension of the $8,000 New Home Buyer Tax Credit until April 30th 2010.