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I link from my blog post and have often had them retweeted. Who knows what is going to work these days so my thought is to throw it all against the wall like pasta and see what sticks! It takes mere moments so what do we have to lose?
Michael Thacker - Re/M...
I have a Twitter account but that's about as far as I've taken it. Probably my bad.
John McCormack, CRS
Hi Jenna -- I link my AR posts to twitter -- I have yet to hear of anyone telling me they have found me on twitter except for a college student in Florida with the same name who wanted me to give up my account so he could use it.
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Laguna Niguel, CA
John McCormack, CRS
I'm not too much on Twitter. I need to do more.
I do not use twitter.
I have a link but I don't actually use the twitter
I just use it to post blogs for an extra backlink, yet I am surprised how may get picked up from here for outdoor magazines.
I use it some but haven't in a couple of weeks. I do get extra clicks when I do and post listings, market data and real estate topics including localism posts.
Nope, I tried it. got no results. So how I tell Brett Baird what I think of his tan and vote on the voice.
I had an investor buy one of my "as is" listings, and he said a buddy had seen my tweet using my city and the hashtag "investor".
I've also had several people comment on my tweets, so I see it as free "advertising". I try to keep it light, playful and mostly helpful.
My twitter gets noticed. How & when it translates into dollars who can say?
I don't post I tweet .... same stuff as on AR
Jenna - Sounds like nobody has really generated any business from Twitter. I have an account, and post sparingly now and then, but have not been consistent enough.
We post our blog posts on Twitter from our website. Some people have re-tweeted them. In terms of business, nada! A
Jenna Dixon I link my posts to Twitter. Results = zero
It is an effective way to communicate to those who want info in 140 characters or less!