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BOSTON-The commerical real estate industry has faced many changes over the years, and the best news is that it has yet to finish adapting. More women, for instance, should be taking on prominent roles and new technologies are creeping into everyday industry interactions. Cassidy Turley’s senior vice president Linda McDonough spoke with Globest.com about her views regarding women in the field, and the ever-increasing importance and prominence of social media. Want to follow her on Twitter? Check out @CassidyTurleyMA for her insight on the Boston market and more. 

1.  How do you think commercial real estate firms can benefit from using social media and how have you used it as part of your job?

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