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Northrup's Image Projected via Social Media

The way we use the Internet has increasingly evolved. Social media has changed the way we communicate, providing a terrific platform to connect with people and share information, but most of all, keep current with recent activities. Social networking allows for quick hit information bytes and offers the ability to source information and people through a network of contacts with rapid turnaround. At Northrup we have embraced this technology and believe it to continue to be more competitive, productive and successful. We encourage you to come on board with this evolution of technology and preview our Blog filled with an archive of articles ranging from the consumer tax credit to our top producers. You can also follow us on Twitter to become aware of local news and events or perhaps become a fan of our office and stay in touch with Northrups latest real estate happenings on Facebook. Our companys image has been projected through these social media outlets, and as always we will continue to focus on you- our client, because at Northrup Associates our clients come first.
Article Courtesy of Peabody & Lynnfield Weekly News, December 17, 2009

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  1. Raktim on

    I snagged the term ftoorgten from my professor, which she used to describe the book on the first day of class. I assume she meant it relative other slave narratives. The upcoming movie may be the reason for the sudden resurgence of print copies, too.The version I purchased was the only one available at the universtiy book store, so I did not have the opportunity to compare it with other versions. Actually, this book was sitting in a stack on the top shelf (my eye-level), so all I saw were about ten blank spines. I had to pick it up to verify it was the correct book. I liked the text, but hate this version. I'll probably sell this one back to the school store when the class is completed, then take my fifty cents and put it toward a superior version.