Bridget Kiley

Editor, Writer and Social Media Strategist

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Skilled editor and writer with 4 years of experience. Expertise in digital content curation, social media, blogging, and copywriting. Aspiring UX writer.


Real Estate

How to Organize Your Sphere of Influence for Real Estate Referrals

Whether you're a new or seasoned agent, your referral business is a crucial part of the job. However, you can only get referrals if you reach out to the people in your sphere of influence. That is, those within your sphere of influence need to know that you own a successful real estate business through routine communication.

How to Set Goals and Reach Them as a Real Estate Agent

Successful real estate agents know the importance of setting goals for themselves. Since real estate agents are in large part responsible for their yearly earnings, setting realistic goals is part of ensuring that they can bring home the bacon.

How to Handle Objections from Real Estate Clients

Are you unsure about how to handle objections from potential real estate clients? Sometimes certain questions can throw you off your game, but it's important to deal with these situations head-on. These tactics will help you do just that. You will find that these tips are actually quite simple but will have a lasting, positive effect on your real estate business.

7 Ways to Promote an Open House Through Social Media

Real estate agents know the value of putting on a stellar open house. But how do you ensure that people show up? One of the best marketing strategies to promote an open house is through social media. You can easily create quality social media posts to get the word out just by following these guidelines.

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Food and Culture

Culture Trip
Spring In NYC: Top 5 Outdoor Spaces To Soak Up The Sun

As New York shakes off all the thirty, twenty, and even single digit degree days we had this winter, city slickers are using every excuse they can find to get outside. We check out the five best, unspoiled spots.

How His Grandmother's Illness Led To A Harvard MBA Startup

Harvard Business School MBA Gil Addo always knew he wanted to play a role in the healthcare space. When he was a child, his grandmother was diagnosed with a brain tumor and started commuting thousands of miles between Barbados and Boston for surgery and a long series of post-op appointments.


Tina Cane is a New York City native whose latest book of poetry, Once More With Feeling from Veliz Books is a reflection of her life growing up in Hell's Kitchen and the East and West Villages

Interview with NBCC Criticism Finalist Olivia Laing

Thanks to the cooperation of the National Book Critics Circle (NBCC) and Creative Writing at The New School, as well as the tireless efforts of our students and faculty, we are able to provide interviews with each of the NBCC Awards Finalists for the publishing year 2016.

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