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Introducing the Inspirational Listing Word

Introducing the Inspirational Listing Word

Introducing the Inspirational Listing Word

INSPIRATIONAL LISTING WORD

Do you find yourself occasionally struggling with writer's block when trying to write your listing descriptions? If the answer is yes, fear not -you are not alone! In fact, we have created a new challenge for all those who need a little inspiration for their listing descriptions!

 

The Inspirational Listing Word is a monthly word challenge that rewards and inspires our Relola agents! Each day at 12PM PST, we will post the Inspirational Listing word to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. Use this word to help you overcome your writer's block for your listing descriptions AND in your exceptionally descriptive Expert Insights on Relola! The agent who writes the MOST Expert Insights using the Inspirational Word by the end of each month will win a $1,000 Visa gift card

 

Sign up with the form on our homepage to get the Inspirational Listing Word sent straight to your inbox! You can also head to the Relola Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest to get updates on the daily Listing Word! (Hint: today's word is FRESH).

 

August Inspirational Listing Words: Epic, Dazzle, Classic, Pure, Modern, Trendy, Sublime, Contemporary, Welcoming, Whimsical, Charming, Exceptional, Unique, Immaculate, Endearing, Custom, Dramatic, Breathtaking, Exquisite, Vibrant, Superb, Sensational, Fresh 

 

 

 

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