Social Networking & how to get the most out of it. Advice needed from the pros!

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Real Estate Agent with Dale Sorensen Real Estate

Hi all,

I have set up most of the social networking accounts e.g Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn & obviously we have an account with Active Rain to blog. I use them all to the best of my ability but now wanting to learn more.

My question is to everyone how do we find out more about these tools & what they have to offer? Who do we contact to get on a course/training for the more advanced benefits of these networking tools?

I am based in Vero Beach, Florida.

Email me back & leave feedback, I would really appreciate it.

Christine Hughes

Dale Sorensen Real Estate, Inc.

Comments (3)

Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573
MOOERS REALTY - Houlton, ME
Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker

Content is king. What would you like to read if you were following folks on facebook, linked in, twitter? Same rules as blogging. Catchy headline, helpful copy with images, helpful links and video on real estate, your home turf, you and your life. Tell folks about the day to day events in your area for starters. Never been to Vero Beach Florida and am all ears to learn about it from you the local tour guides, professionals.

Dec 08, 2009 03:23 AM
Anthony Ebright - NMLSR ID #247647 Purchase and Refinance Mortgages
FHA, VA, Conforming, Jumbo - Wells Fargo Home Mortgage - Santa Rosa, CA

Christine - every social network has a "how to" page and a ton of experts on their website who've posted "how to" You can actually find a ton of information from activerain members on most of the networks you've mentioned. You can search for the information on the top of your Activerain page or you can look in the groups section for answers. good luck!

Dec 08, 2009 03:28 AM
Ron & Christine Hughes
Dale Sorensen Real Estate - Vero Beach, FL

Thank you for the advice Andrew & Anthony...I look forward to hearing what other professionals have to say. I do find it easier though to have someone stand in front of me & show me tricks & tell me more information about the tools. Reading "how to" articles can get quite overwhelming as there is so much information. It is like a teacher having to make sure that the students are catered for depending on their indivdual learning needs.

Dec 08, 2009 03:37 AM