Is Your Agency Digital Savvy? Test Your Social IQ

So you want to be the best at what you do? For real estate agents and brokers, there’s maybe no more crucial skill or tool set a professional can garner these days than real cutting edge social engagement. In case you ever wondered if the web would become more powerful than radio or TV, if the passing fad of social business would pass, your questions have already been answered.

Buy and Sell: National Real Estate Websites

Where are most homebuyers looking for real estate for sale in their area? While it’s difficult to know for sure how people research and locate available properties on the real estate market, social media and national real estate websites have certainly changed the game in how we buy and sell real estate.

Boston Real Estate – A Failed Online Tea Party

Today, Boston’s real estate community comes under scrutiny were digital branding is concerned. RealtyBizNews continues examining America’s property businesses and their effort to engage clients via the Internet. Will “bean town” measure up? Let’s take a look inside this famous Massachusetts city’s realty community.

Houston Real Estate – Wide Open Digital Spaces

Anyone knows everything is bigger in Texas, and real estate companies online there should be no different, right? Today RealtyBizNews shines a digital spotlight on Houston, Texas, one of America’s most progressive cities, to find out about digital awareness Texas Style.

Zillow Snaps Up Postlets Syndication Platform

Popular real estate search and valuation website Zillow today announced its acquisition of the Postlets listing syndication platform. Postlets is a unique tool that allows users to distribute property listings and promote real estate for sale to 13 different social media and real estate websites for free, including Zillow itself, Yahoo Real Estate, Trulia, Twitter, Facebook and more.

AOL Real Estate Gets A New Engine

Move Inc. is now the horsepower for AOL Real Estate search, but is this a win for the home buyer or owner in need of real estate results? In a move akin to the Yahoo-Zillow one of last year, AOL and Move Inc. consolidate forces, but to what end?

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