Acording to the "The New Oxford American Dictionary" the 2009 Word of the Year is Unfriend. Now that everybody is on Social Media, FaceBook, Twitter, Linked-In etc. it is a word with which we should be familiar.
The New Oxford American Dictionary's 2009 Word of the Year can trace its origins back to the 17th century. The word: "unfriend." Christine Lindberg, senior lexicographer at Oxford University Press, says the Oxford English Dictionary provides a citation for "unfriend" from 1659.
And if you are a "social media-ite you already know the word. You know what causes people to pull the unfriend trigger too. We all know the people who feel you have to know their every move;
I just woke up,
Toast is in the toaster
Great sunny day
Toast just popped up
Or the shameless self promotion version;
Showing Houses to great clients
Considering three choices
Writing an offer
Faxing an offer to the listing agent
Negotiating the offer now
Don't be that Realtor that everybody hides or unfriends. Social Media is first and foremost social and it isn't about just you.