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Copy & Share Keys with KeyMe

Here’s an interesting app you may want to try if you find yourself frequently in the position of having to share keys or provide copies in person. KeyMe allows you to save, copy, and share your existing keys via its app. You can have copies of keys mailed, or have keys instantly duplicated at one [...]

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Dress Up Your Feed with Phonto

A picture may be worth a thousand words, but sometimes you need to add a few more, especially when you’re adding photos to your social media feeds. Phonto is a simple app which lets you quickly add text to your photos, right from your smartphone. What makes Phonto so great is that its design tools [...]

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Keep Your Student Focused with Pocket Points

Ask any teacher of the smartphone age the #1 problem they see in class, and it’s likely to be student distraction. No longer content to stare out the window, the bored or inattentive student can quickly turn to the addictive little entertainment machine in their pocket. One app is looking to gamify student attention by [...]

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Send Personalized Cards with justWink

Admit it: You’d probably send more personalized greeting cards to friends and clients if you could skip buying them and mailing them. It seems like a small thing to do, but when you’re jammed with back-to-back meetings and have to follow-up with active deals in the pipeline, a trip to the greeting card store is [...]

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Build Your First Chat Bot with Chatfuel

Capturing leads and responding to prospects’ questions in a timely manner should be easier with the variety of online messaging tools available. But what if you didn’t have to respond to them at all? What if you had a bot who could do most of the heavy lifting for you? Chatfuel is a platform designed to [...]

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Reconnect with Your Privacy with Disconnect.me

If you’ve ever felt like your right to privacy online is impossible to preserve, you might want to check out a tool designed to help you fight back against ad tracking, malware, and those snooping programs which sap your battery life. Disconnect.me claims to “defend the digital you.” Used by over 50 million people worldwide, the [...]

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Schedule Reminders with FollowUpThen

Do you still run your life out of your email inbox? Then you might just love this simple tool from FollowUpThen. The way the service works is simple: You simply send or forward email to “1week” or “tomorrow” or “someinterval” @followupthen.com, and the service will email (or text you) you exactly when you’ve requested a reminder. [...]

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Mobile Scanning Made Easy with CamScanner

Scanning documents is one of those technological hangovers from the 1990s, but unfortunately it’s a must in a world where paper and analogue contracts still mingle with the digital. Thankfully, the cameras on our smartphones have become so powerful that we can take high-resolution images suitable for digitizing documents. One of the best apps for [...]

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Secure Your Communication with ProtonMail

As a real estate agent, you deal with a lot of sensitive information on your clients’ behalf. In a world where online security breaches and identity theft are rampant, you might consider upgrading your email security with ProtonMail. ProtonMail is a secure email provider based in Switzerland. Not only does the service offer end-to-end encryption, but [...]

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Great Read Roundup: Making Meetings Matter

An ongoing feature in Tuesday Tactics is our “Great Read Roundup” in which we highlight some of the best pieces we’ve read recently and why they might expand your mind or help with your real estate career. Why Group Brainstorming Is a Waste of Time (7 minute read) Why it matters: ”Brainstorming sessions” have a bit [...]

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