Seperate you personal and business facebook account.

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Real Estate Agent with Touchstone Realty wv0022842

Seperate you personal and business facebook account.  Lets face it do you think your clients care if you are felling down today. The business facebook account we use for constant connection to clients and to upload our videos off of youtube to.  If you can get someone, a raw buyer, to join your facebook account you chances go way up to converting them in to $$$$ www.searchinwestvirginia.com

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Darrell Walters
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As someone once said, in our professional we are always "on" and our online image must reflect that. I personally have only one facebook account and I treat it as if everyone will see it. I've become friends with a good number of clients and receive a good number of referrals from my one facebook page also. 

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Craig Richardson
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Andrew, smart advice.  I just created a FanPage over Christmas and I like how I'm able to separate friends from clients and potential business.

January 12, 2010 08:51 AM
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