Real estate agents may have been late to the "Harlem Shake" party, and one broker found himself in hot water after employing the "Hitler meme" to ridicule a competitor. But 2013 was the year that Internet memes became further entrenched in popular culture, Pando Daily reports. The "Harlem Shake" found a place on top meme lists compiled by Wired, Time and Know Your Meme. Realtors jumped on that bandwagon in a big way (see videos below). online poll by Opinion Stage // Memes -- ideas and concepts that often spread virally because they are compelling or humorous -- resonate strongly with millennials, rookie real estate agent William Ritter told Inman News in May. In a "#madREskillz" article, Ritter shared his strategy for cultivating clients on social media channels li...
Jul 30, 2013 by Inman