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ADC Basics (Part 4): Using delta-sigma ADCs in your design

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Are you a real estate agent? Does social media scare you?

Realtors are some of the best marketers in an offline person-to-person environment. You're incredibly brilliant at getting to know your clients on a very personal level, getting involved in your community, and connecting with your local market.

What you're not very good at is applying this to your social media.(Well, most of you aren't!).

The best real estate marketers think of social online like they do social offline!

Social media provides a way to further connect with your local clients and groups and boost your real estate marketing efforts. Social can build trust, and spread your marketing through friends of friends.

But how do you do it?

In this article I'll give you an overview of Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest (and a few more) and how real estate agents can use them for social media marketing.

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