Categories: Social Media

New Social Media Service for Realtors Simplifies and Personalizes Content Curation

Post Café,, a groundbreaking new social media content publishing service launched this week. For the first time, automated social media combines with branded content. This innovative subscription service allows companies without social media or blogging resources to simply and affordably publish original content both on Facebook and on a credible, industry content hub.

Launched initially with a housing and real estate industry focus, Post Café enables realtors to establish themselves as housing industry experts and foster ongoing communication with past and potential clients.

Built using a never-before-seen publishing model, Post Café arms individual real estate agents and agencies with the tools they need to stay engaged with clients between sales. Post Café publishes housing industry-specific, curated articles to an agent’s Facebook page. Each post then links back to a personalized content hub, prominently displaying the realtor’s contact information and agency logo.

“Post Café is so simple, yet so powerful,” says Post Café creator Chris Mulvaney. “We have been building social media accounts for clients since the birth of the channel, so we know how much thought and effort it takes to do properly. With Post Café, small businesses stay relevant, look smarter and stay top-of-mind when customers are ready to buy – now or in the future.”

The most significant difference of Post Café is the ability for realtors to surround all content with their brand information. Using proprietary logic, Post Café frames each article with the agent’s name, logo, phone, website and email address. Whenever Facebook users click on an article link on the realtor’s page, or from a shared post, they will see that specific realtor’s branding surrounding the content. Branding information differs based on which realtor drove traffic to the content hub.

“There is nothing out there like this,” Says Chris Walsh, a leading New Jersey real estate broker. “For less than $3 a post, I can stay active on social media, publish trending, insightful content that my clients appreciate and remember, and maintain on-going relationships long after the sale – all while being able to focus on selling homes, rather than spending the time to market myself.”

Introduced at the low entry price of $29.99 per month, Post Café publishes 3 posts and branded articles per week via Facebook for realtors. For an additional $1 per month, Post Café will create personal messages for the Facebook posts, increasing social engagement among page followers.

Realtors can sign up for Post Café at start posting immediately. Subscribers have access to a dashboard of upcoming posts, with the ability to personalize messages, skip posts or cancel at any time. All articles will be hosted on real estate-focused website

About Post Café
Post Café is a new social media and content service, spun off from CMDS, one of NJ’s leading branding agencies. Dedicated to providing simplified social media for busy people, Post Café helps business owners find the time and resources to amplify their social media presence, through relevant, branded content.

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