Blogging over time will produce a huge repository of your shared knowledge. Tagging your posts is a way to catalog your posts into topics so that you can both find your posts again in the future as well as share lists of posts with a common theme with others. If you are an ActiveRain blogger, check out this post where I explain how you can use this very useful feature.
If you are in the real estate industry, ActiveRain has a ton of bloggers that you will want to keep an eye on. You do this by 'following' them so that your newsfeed is full of new posts. This instructional post will guide to you through what to do AFTER you click that follow button.
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