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Great Read Roundup: Up Your Chill Factor

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. ‘Goodbye, Things’ Makes the Case for Radical Minimalism (5 minute read) Why it matters: The web has no shortage [...]

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How to Add Panoramic Shots to Instagram

Your iPhone has the ability to create awesome panoramic photographs. These are great for capturing scenic property views or vibrant neighborhood scenes. Unfortunately, they look terrible when posted on Instagram. So how do you share those million-dollar sweeps on the most popular photo-sharing social platform? Try Instapan! From the app’s website: “Instapan is an easy-to-use iPhone [...]

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Is Your Password Strong Enough?

The security of your privacy and your clients’ privacy begins with strong passwords. If you’ve never thought too much about the complexity of your passwords and how well your information is protected, you may want to check out this article “Best Practices for Password Mindfulness.” One interesting tool featured in the article is the website [...]

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Apps to Help Manage Your Screen Time

Screen addiction is real, and it’s not just adults who are suffering from the impulse to reach for that phone or tablet. It’s also taking a toll on kids. Even the parents of Silicon Valley giants are raising their kids with a dose of low-tech mindfulness. If you’re looking for ways to track and manage the amount [...]

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Apps to Watermark Your Social Media Photos

If you’re working hard to capture images to share on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter, you should take a few extra seconds to make sure your photos are watermarked. This way, when your photos are shared or copied beyond the original platform, you’ll still get credit and traffic back to your profiles and website. You [...]

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Ditch Email Attachments with WeTransfer

Sometimes you need to send big files to your clients and friends. Unfortunately, videos, high resolution listing photos, even large PDF files can exceed the maximum attachment size for most email programs, even if they’re cloud-based. WeTransfer is a free service which helps you share large files quickly, easily, and privately. Instead of clogging up your [...]

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Fly Cheap on Big Data with Hopper

Planning a trip on a budget means securing the best possible airfare, but it can be hard to know when to buy those tickets. While there are many automated systems out there which can help email you fare alerts, there’s one app which stands out above the rest when it comes to locking down the [...]

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Gamify Savings with Long Game

The pathway to home ownership is often obstructed by commonplace financial pitfalls. A lack of down payment. Poor credit. Excessive debt. To remedy this, innovative tech companies are searching for ways to make fiscal responsibility fun and engaging. One such company is Long Game. In a country like America, where 40% of the population has zero [...]

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Manage Spending with My Weekly Budget

One of the biggest challenges facing first-time home buyers is saving up for a down payment. Saving for a down payment can be hard work, but the first step is gaining some visibility into where the money goes. My Weekly Budget is a simple app designed to help people set spending targets and track where their [...]

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Apps to Help You Reclaim Your Attention

Can you remember the last time you were in complete control of your own attention? Do you find your phone in your hand during any fleeting moment of boredom?Essayist Craig Mod recently asked himself this question in an article for Backchannel titled “How I Got My Attention Back.” The piece is well worth your attention. [...]

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