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The future of Messenger Marketing

Nelly Berova
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Let’s start with a vision of the future, says Nelly Berova. As Messenger Marketing becomes widespread, what role will it play in improving communication between agents and clients?

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SEO… PR… They are all connected

Tara Dulake
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In recent years, the public relations industry has been revolutionised, largely thanks to the power of social media, says Tara Dulake. It lets us publish our thoughts on an event instantaneously, which,…

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2019: signs are good!

Lisa Isaacs
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Signboards, magazines, flyers and business cards. These methods of traditional marketing are still being ordered every day – even in this digital age.

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Top marketing trends for 2019

Nelly Berova
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In a challenging market, says Nelly Berova, you need to re-evaluate and restructure your business and embrace new marketing innovation.

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The benefits of belonging

Andrea Kirkby
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Every industry has its professional bodies, but, says Andrea Kirkby, how much do they do for their members and do their buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants see the value of that membership?

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Get the Facebook message

Nelly Berova
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Go back ten years, says Nelly Berova, agents would call or email their clients to move a deal forward. Now, we see a massive shift to a different method. As this shift…

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How to turn tweets into sweet business sense

Tara Dulake
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Twitter is, says Tara Duake, undoubtedly one of the most fascinating platforms in relation to the other social media mavericks – Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and Pinterest – and we love it!

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Business on the line

Andrea Kirkby
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Traditional or online? Which agents will win the battle? The lines are blurring, says Andrea Kirkby and it’s service that is key in this changing, challenging market.

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