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06/22/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

Many Texas REALTORS® are using Instagram to share glimpses into their daily adventures and promote their communities—and connect with potential clients as a result.

Watch this new Texas Association of REALTORS® digital training video to learn why Instagram is the ideal medium for real estate. Then, check out more short videos on texasrealestate.com to get practical advice for your website, social media, and other marketing efforts.

Categories: Business tips
Tags: social media, instagram, tech tips, marketing

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