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10 Tips for Shopping Online Safely

E-commerce is great! It offers choices and convenience. And this holiday season, many of us will purchase gifts online for our loved ones. But there is no substitute to being a well-informed consumer. So, we put together a list of best practices to help you shop safely and confidently this holiday season.   1. Patch

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To Bot or Not to Bot? That’s More than a Technical Question

Technology has empowered real estate agents in remarkable ways in the last couple of decades. One of the hottest innovations for agent websites is bots.   What’s a bot? Short for robot, a bot is a software program that can execute commands, such as reply to messages, or perform routine tasks, typically automatically. For agent

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Hot new tech from NAR Midyear

Artificial intelligence, digital automation, hyperlocal marketing, and 3D posts for Facebook. These are just a few of the hottest technologies that new companies – and established ones –showcased at NAR Midyear.   Officially called the “REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo,” Midyear is where NAR members go each May to Washington, DC, for special issues

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Photos too large for upload? Take these simple steps to resize them.

Many Realtors® upload photos to their MLS and other real estate web sites. Photos that are taken at a high resolution (High Quality) save as large files; sometimes, too large for upload to those web sites. We receive a lot of calls asking for assistance resizing photos when the file size is above the website’s

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The Danger of Using Windows XP

Change is hard The first computer that I owned was a Microsoft Windows XP based desktop. Through years of schooling, it stood by my side outliving Vista (Pre Sp1) and ran smoothly all those years. My Computer stopped working after a reliable six years; it was time for an upgrade. When my only option was

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Don’t lose that file!

Planning and implementing a backup solution for a home or business computer is, and should remain, a top priority.  Using backups on a regular basis is a part of responsible computer ownership.  Creating redundant copies of your data is the first thing to consider when working with any sensitive data you wish to keep for a

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