100+ ideas for your email marketing, newsletter, website, or blog

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10/09/2014 | Author: Editorial Staff

Do you send newsletters? Does your site have a blog? Or maybe you'd like to refresh the content on your website. Generating content can seem daunting, but there are plenty of places to look for ideas. Here's a list from Inman.com that has 101 topics to try.

Or, if you'd rather not do any work, use free content from the Advice for Consumers blog on texasrealestate.com.

It's updated at least once a week with legal Q&As written by TAR attorneys, Texas market data, and tips for buyers, sellers, tenants, and landlords. Sign up to be notified when new content is available on the Advice for Consumers blog, or use the blog's RSS feed—new content will appear on your website without you having to update anything. 

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