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  • SoFi officially taps Twitter exec Anthony Noto to be new CEO

    Replaces Mike Cagney, who stepped down last year amid controversy
    SoFi has found its new leader. The online lender announced Tuesday morning that it selected Twitter Chief Operating Officer Anthony Noto to be the company’s new CEO. Noto replaces Mike Cagney, who abruptly resigned as CEO back in September with the company embroiled in controversy.
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  • SoFi reportedly wants Twitter COO Anthony Noto as its new CEO

    WSJ reports that online lender offered job to former Goldman Sachs banker
    It appears that SoFi thinks that Twitter Chief Operating Officer Anthony Noto is the right person to lead the online lender out of its recent rough patch. SoFi has been on the hunt for a new CEO following Mike Cagney's abrupt resignation back in September amid controversy.
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  • RealtyTrac Twitter account mistakenly posts wildly NSFW tweet

    “Going forward all posts will be reviewed by an actual person employed by RealtyTrac”
    Outside of the occasional retweet of a news article that uses its data, RealtyTrac’s Twitter feed is fairly basic. The account tends to tweet once every 12 hours, posting at 6:45am Eastern and 6:45pm Eastern, every day. As per usual, RealtyTrac’s Monday morning tweet included a link to the latest RealtyTrac Daily, but Monday’s edition featured a wildly NSFW (not safe for work) image and link to an equally NSFW adult entertainment website.
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  • A social media guide for LOs and real estate agents to be successful

    The do’s and don’ts on social media presence
    When Millennials start doing their research online to buy a home, they will look to the individual employee’s social media presence and customer reviews - not the company’s. This highlights the importance of the social media presence of loan officers and real estate agents in order to be successful and competitive in the market. Here is a list of “do’s and don’ts” for employees to follow.
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  • Quicken Loans Super Bowl ad strikes wrong nerve with Twitteratti and journalists

    Why let the facts get in the way of fun?
    In its first-ever Super Bowl commercial, Detroit-based Quicken Loans created a 60-second TV spot, which showcases Rocket Mortgage, its fully online mortgage. It aired to the massive audience, many of whom then promptly proceeded to fuel bombastic panic on Twitter, claiming that Rocket Mortgage will lead to the housing crisis redux.
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