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The Agency now holds the distinction of being one of the most-followed real estate brokerages in the world on Instagram. This comes after The Agency’s Instagram followers just surpassed the 270,000 mark.

In addition to stellar audience stats, our account has enjoyed callouts from a number of media outlets, including BravoTV—who called our feed “ the eye candy we need this year”—and Realty Biz News, who named The Agency one of the “10 Superstar Agencies Rocking Instagram.” 

“Our Instagram is a powerful way for us to engage with our followers—who include clients, potential clients and those that love real estate as much as we do,” says The Agency’s Founder and CEO, Mauricio Umansky. “Our feed showcases not just visually appealing content, but

Blog_DonaldRob_1 Known by his 173,000+ followers as @drawbertson, Donald Robertson is in a league of his own, famous for his witty, “tongue-in-chic art” and cartoon-like depictions of everyone from Anna Wintour to Kanye West. Presently the Creative Director of Estée Lauder, the Canadian-born artist’s career has spanned the cosmetics and fashion industry, from serving as Creative Director at MAC Cosmetics in Toronto to launching American Marie Claire and redesigning American Glamour with Condé Nast and Hearst. His creative partnerships have included names such as Giles Deacon, Brian Atwood, J. Crew, Smashbox and Bergdorf Goodman. In 2012, Robertson brought his compulsive drawing habit online, sharing work that spans genres, techniques and mediums, attracting thousands…

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By Mike Leipart, CMO of The Agency

This is not a blog about how Twitter, or any other social media, is going to help your career skyrocket. I’ll leave that to the plethora of so-called gurus who haunt these channels like a bully looking for lunch money. What I do want to discuss today is why you should be using Twitter for your own personal enjoyment. No Temple of Gold, but just because you will like it; and if done right, you’ll be enriched with a steady