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Introducing the Relola Challenge

Introducing the Relola Challenge

 

Relola Challenge

INTRODUCING THE RELOLA CHALLENGE

Do you pride yourself on your real estate knowledge? Do you want to be discovered by more buyers and sellers by writing original content? Do you provide exceptionally descriptive Expert Insights on Relola? Yes, yes, YES! Then our new daily Relola Challenge is right up your alley!

 

The Relola Challenge is a daily word game that rewards linguistically limber agents! Each day at 12PM PST, we will post the Challenge Word to Facebook and Twitter and the agent who writes the best Expert Insight using the Challenge Word will win a $100 Visa gift card or a FREE Star account for life on Relola* (normally a $99/month value)! Once the Challenge Word is announced, agents will have 24 hours to complete an Expert Insight using the word to be considered in that day’s challenge. The winner will be announced on Facebook and Twitter, and contacted by 12PM PST the following day.

 

Sign up with the form on the right to get the Relola Challenge Word sent straight to your inbox! You can also head to the Relola Facebook page or check out our Twitter to get updates on the daily Challenge Word! (Hint: today’s word is dreamy).

 

*Winner to decide which prize they would like to receive. If the winner is already a Star member, they can choose either the $100 gift card or to receive their Star account for free.

 

 

 

 

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Sample HubSpot User
It is a long established fact that a reader will be distracted by the readable content of a page when looking at its layout. The point of using Lorem Ipsum is that it has a more-or-less normal distribution of letters, as opposed to using 'Content here, content here', making it look like readable English.