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Barbara Mooty Vinson
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Real Estate Broker/REALTOR® | Brand Development | Marketing
Real Estate Broker/REALTOR® | Brand Development | Marketing

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Thank you Danny for sharing your viewpoint on Millennials.
So all this advice about understanding Millennials....

There are a lot of consultants and agencies that will tell you the Millennial generation is the most important to understand, and why you need to think about the content you're creating in order to attract their eyeballs.

I've never thought about the audience I write for - I simply write the stuff I'd like to read, and hopefully others will like it too. Given that more than 55% of my blog audience is made up of Millennials, maybe you don't have to try as hard as these consultants and agencies say you do after all.... ;-)
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As Hangouts on Air (HOA) are rapidly overshadowing HIRLs---and if you are engaged in viewing these sessions--please take a moment and provide feedback. Are you predominately using a laptop or desktop to view these sessions or are you using a mobile device? This survey is a quick 4 question multiple choice. 
Where do You Watch Hangouts on Air?
Please take this quick 4 question survey to help us (and Google) know where you watch HOA activity when it is live and when it is a recorded video.

Your info is anonymous but will help shape the future of the HOA tool set. So please vote here and we'll publish the results soon (you can see them yourself as well). Click below to vote.

Please Share This Post so that many people from all areas can cast their votes. Thanks very much!
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#HOAsurvey   #ns  

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+Nikol Murphy If you are visiting Charleston, a cute little cafe is Kitchen 208 located on Kings Street. While Charleston is a foodie city, this local hang-out might be missed as it isn't flashy, expensive, written about  or much for an interior. BUT, it is an easy stop-in place that serves locally roasted King Bean coffee (they partnered with Whole Foods as a point of distribution) and low country breakfasts. Fast, inexpensive and kid-friendly. Good biscuits, grits, granola, etc... I think they serve lunches too. But we have only stopped for coffee & breakfast. 

www.kingbean.com
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+Nikol Murphy Another piece of significant American Civil War history--the abolition of slavery. While in Charleston at least walk past the Old Slave Market located on the cobblestone Chalmers Street. Or go inside and visit the museum. Constructed in 1856 by then sheriff Thomas Ryan, this private slave market was closed by the Union Army in 1865 as it occupied Charleston.  It is eerie to stop here and reflect. Plus, a visit here will start an interesting, complex conversation for parents and their children. What do you think +Nikol Murphy ? #charleston   #homeschool   #slavery   #civilwar  
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+Nikol Murphy FUN FACT: Make sure to walk past 28 Elliott Street--it was once the Pointsett Tavern, circa 1732.Why? The builder's descendant, Joel Roberts Poinsett was ambassador to Mexico and introduced poinsettias into U.S.! A little fun fact about poinsettias and Charleston.  #pointsettia   #homeschool   #charleston   #historicalplaces   #funfactoftheday  
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+Nikol Murphy Oops! When we first saw this coffee mug sign hanging above the door, we thought this was a cute coffee shop cleverly named "Holy Ground" but we were mistaken! It was a "holy" conference center! And they didn't serve coffee!  #HolyCity  #homeschool  #Charleston #coffeeshop  
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+Nikol Murphy a familiar site near the corner of Meeting & Broad Streets, is the sweetgrass basket artisans exhibiting and selling beautiful handwoven baskets. This traditional Charleston, Lowcountry art is worth checking out the history of these baskets. #homeschool #Charleston #Gullah #sweetgrass baskets
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+Nikol Murphy A visit to Charleston needs to include a stop at the corner of Meeting & Broad Streets to see the magnificent U.S. Post Office. Built in 1887. This intersection is considered the 4 Corners of the Law as on each corner is: the U.S. Post Office, City Hall, the Court House and St. Michael's Church (the divine law).   #homeschool   #Charleston  
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+Nikol Murphy A few photos of the carriage ride tours. Children love the horses and the tour guides are so informative! #homeschool   #Charleston  
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+Nikol Murphy Charleston may be a walking city.....but anyone visiting for the 1st time, take a carriage ride tour! Gain an informative overview of the Historic District and see some great sites! Just FYI--if you sit in the front seat you might be able to hear the tour guide easily and you will have the best view of the sites--but you will also have the best view of the back side of the horse! It can be an aromatic adventure on a hot summer day!  #homeschool #Charleston

http://www.oldsouthcarriagetours.com/carriage-tours/
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