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A First Hand Perspective on BoomTown

by Drew Meyers on 12:29 pm October 31, 2017

What website platform should you use in 2017? One option is BoomTown. I had a chance to ask Tom Lipinski in Macomb County (a former client while I worked at Virtual Results) his thoughts on his time with BoomTown as his online marketing partner (website + SEM). He runs a Keller Williams team. How long have you been with BoomTown, and why did you choose them over their competitors? Almost 4 years. I did not compare them to any other product. I heard about Boom Town … Read More »

Which IDX Vendors Include Sold Data?

by Drew Meyers on 9:30 am May 30, 2017

Jim Klinge in San Diego ( asked me a question I’d like to pose to the Geek Estate community: I’m looking for an IDX solution that includes solds. We signed up with Boomtown to help facilitate our Zillow leads . It works as advertised – we can watch what listings our buyers are looking at. But when it comes time to discuss comps/value, I then have to send them links to other websites because doesn’t have solds. We have had luck in getting them to … Read More »

BoomTown Takes on $20.1M in Funding

by Drew Meyers on 2:57 pm September 7, 2014

Congrats to the BoomTown! team for closing their new round of capital. $20.1 million is a heck of a big infusion of capital. I would guess the success of Zillow and Trulia in the public markets was part of the bigger story & vision to investors. BoomTown is essentially going after the same agent and broker ad spend that Zillow & Trulia are. Their job postings should tell you their focus: Mobile. Which is certainly no surprise, given virtually the entire world is going mobile at a … Read More »

Booming with BoomTown!

by John Hummer on 11:36 am January 19, 2013

I was engaged in a recent chat thread on a private Facebook group regarding the maximization of pay for clicks via Google AdWords to generate leads. I guess I took it for granted that if you pay thousands of dollars on ad words, then you would want to maximize lead generation. As it turns out, many in our industry are not doing this. They are simply wasting money or, better yet, de-maximizing their investment. Here are some questions to ask when evaluating your lead capture. Does your ad … Read More »

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