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Content Marketing Resources for Real Estate Agents

Posted October 21, 2015
Looking for some good content to  share on your social channels this next week?  Here's some of our favorite trending content for you to use this week.  And don't forget to add a personal note or message with your social posts to drive more engagement.

If you want to discuss the real estate market...
There's plenty of great websites geared to present the real estate market in a consumer-friendly way.  Here's a few of our favorites with lots of great content that you may not know about.
>> CNN Money http://money.cnn.com/real_estate/
>> RealtyTimes http://realtytimes.com/

If you want to share a laugh...
Everyone loves a good chuckle and there's no shortage of witty content online.  Here's a few popular sites to check out that make it easy for you to share their images, videos and articles.
>> DailyHaHa http://www.dailyhaha.com/
>> College Humor http://www.collegehumor.com/
>> Funny Or Die http://www.funnyordie.com/

If you want to inspire others...
"The Power of Appreciation" TED talk by Mike Robbins talks about how we spend so much time focusing on where we're going that we forget to take the time to appreciate and enjoy where we are right now.
>> Share video http://youtu.be/a3wX8nmvlZ0
>> Check out other TED videos http://www.ted.com/

And speaking of "Inspiration", we googled "Inspiration Images" and found a ton of great images for you to share.  Pick your favorite or pick a bunch and schedule one per day inside of your eMerge account.
>> View inspiration images https://www.google.com/search?q=inspiration+images&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=V13NU4DkJcrwoASyqYHADQ&ved=0CBwQsAQ&biw=1366&bih=657

eMerge Tip:  Are you following up?
Every email you send using eMerge provides a detailed report of not only who opened the email, but also every link clicked.  Make sure you check your eMerge Reports Center regularly to see who's clicking through to your listings, articles and upcoming open houses and then plan your outreach accordingly.