Real Estate Social Networking 101

Real Estate Social Networking 101

Right now is one of the best opportunities for you as a Realtor (or any sales person for that matter) to establish yourself on the web. I don’t just mean getting a web page and hoping someone goes to it. I mean really getting out the in the Cyber Community and showing people just what a great agent you are (hopefully you are as good as you say you are). Not only can you do this today but you can do it extremely cost effectively. Doesn’t that sound good?

The following sites are to be used as modern day Cocktail parties or business mixers. Go out….introduce yourself…Put your best picture out there and get to know some people. My best advice would be to give before you expect to receive! Try giving some referrals, shouts and diggs and be supportive of other Business people in your New web Community! As usual if you have any questions…please feel free to contact me. I would be honored to help!

About Propeller is part of the AOL Network owned and operated by AOL LLC, a Time-Warner company. It is similar to Digg and Riddit allowing you to submit and vote on Article or web sites that might interest you.

About Digg

Digg is a place for people to discover and share content from anywhere on the web.

About Facebook
Facebook is a social utility that connects people with friends and others. It is the 6th most-trafficked website in the world.

About Reddit
reddit is a source for what’s new and popular online. reddit learns what you like as you vote on existing links or submit your own!

About Naymz is a Reputation Network that lets you establish and promote your good name online.

About Active Rain
ActiveRain is an online real estate blogging community and social network focused on real estate agents, mortgage professionals and brokers. The site allows you to network and create a customized profile.

1 Comment

  1. ian, i’m just getting started using tools like digg and the like. what’s the best way to start using these sites? like any community, i’m sure they have their own etiquette and such.

    i’m surprised you didn’t mention twitter. the REnet is alive and kicking there. click over to and join in the conversations there


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