Create accounts on a variety of social media and networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn. You may want to use other services such as image services like Photobucket, Flickr and Picasa. For video, you can use YouTube or Vimeo. To create a blog, there is WordPress, Weebly, Blogger, Tumblr, etc. Make the most out of the online services that are available. While it's true that he more accounts you create, the more work it will be to maintain them, but the results will be worth it once you realize you can reach more people.
If you really want to look professional, create a landing page. This page can provide all the information about you, about your business and can have links to every online account you are a part of. You can create a landing page by utilizing the services of WordPress, about.me, dooid.me, flavors.me or you can have a copywriter create your page for extra zing. You should use a domain name, it can be anything you wish, such as joesrealestateblog.com, or any name you can come up with that relates to your site. Be as creative as possible.
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