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Leveraging Social Media in Real Estate for Maximum ROI

by John E. Miller on 1:29 pm September 16, 2011

Social media networking (or social networking, or social media, or a plethora of alternative descriptions) has taken the business world by storm over the past few years. With the advent of Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and a host of other social media applications, tools, and websites, social networking has become a major component of marketing campaigns for a wide variety of businesses, fields, and industries. Real estate is no exception. In fact, some could argue that the unique role of buying and selling real estate is … Read More »

How to Take Over Twitter

by Justin Bartlett on 9:58 pm December 14, 2010

Hi there everyone!  Been a while but happy to be back; thought I’d get back into the swing of things by piggybacking off of Murali’s Post on sharing your Tweets on your Website with Twitter Widgets with one on how to get those Tweets out to a massive audience. Hold on to your hats; today we’re going to take a look into Social Networking domination with Twitter. Twitterfeed.com is a wonderfully awesome service that allows you to auto tweet content pulled from an RSS feed … Read More »

RSS Feeds & Real Estate Leads – Really…"Kiss Your 'RSS' Good-bye!"

by Justin Britt on 5:39 pm May 25, 2010

When Eric Bryant wrote the original Kiss Your “RSS” Good-bye, he was referring to RSS feeds being a thing of the past as social networking sites like Twitter provided a filter for really good articles, “Kinda like a ‘Human Aggregator’”. I thought this was a smart observation, but Eric’s post had to do with RSS feeds as they pertain to blogs and the reading of real estate articles. Today, I’m here to talk about RSS feeds as they relate to MLS data. RSS Feeds + … Read More »

How Can We Drive More Traffic?

by Jeff Manson on 3:23 pm May 16, 2010

I am always looking for new effective ways to drive more traffic to my site and help others do the same, so I wanted to explore the most effective ways to do that without organic search engine rankings. Not everyone can get in the top 10 on Google. Luckily that is not the only way to get users to our sites. I have come up with a list of different ways agents can drive traffic to their sites. I have put them in order of … Read More »

Links For Geeks

by Michael Price on 2:07 pm April 20, 2010

Microsoft Barks WOFF Street View Captures UK Woman 43 Times! Win an iPad! Flip Wants To Score With a Slide Twitter Gets Aggressive With Their Mobile Strategy Dustin Luther: “Anything Else on Facebook is Just Work Avoidance” What’s In a Word? Fan Becomes Like, Web Site Becomes WebSite

Links For Geeks

by Michael Price on 9:08 am April 9, 2010

Supra To Support iPhone Charlie Rose Show and Steve Jobs Demo Zillow iPad App iPhone 4.0 OS and new SDK announced Mashable Provides Sneak Peek of Twitter Redesign Real Estate WordCamp This Weekend Zeek Interactive & Jeff Turner Live Blog RE Barcamp Phoenix Today Jeff is testing a new WP Plug-In working with the iPhone under development at Zeek.

5 Twitter Analytics Programs

by Justin Bartlett on 12:07 pm February 16, 2010

I just finished reading Matthew’s post on ClickTale, and I’ve gotta say I’m pretty impressed; I’m pretty sure we’re all huge fans of real time analytics and the ability to watch an actual user session is amazing! We also had a great post on human aggregators on Twitter. More and more Real Estate Professionals are becoming active on Twitter, so in the spirit of helping everyone here on Geek Estate become top human aggretators I figured I’d share a couple of my favorite Twitter Analytics … Read More »

5 Ways Twitter Jump-Started My Business

by Joshua Ferris on 8:52 pm October 29, 2009

Drew’s post of Matt Dollinger’s video on Web 2.0 paralysis by analysis made me think back to how I have adapted technology and whether it has affected my business in any way over the past year. My initial foray into social networking definitely consumed more time away from my business than it should have but I now block out time before or after the work day to jump on Twitter. Despite the learning curve that took precious time away from work, I’ve learned a ton … Read More »

Why WebMynd.com Kills Google's Twitter Announcement

by Matthew Dollinger on 4:55 pm October 22, 2009

Google and Twitter has been big news across the blogosphere today… unfortunately it provokes a “meh” response from me. Why? Because a simple plugin for IE or Firefox called WebMynd (that has been around for quite a while) already did this and much much more. Read More »

Can Twitter Really Increase Your Real Estate Sales?

by Jeff Manson on 8:31 pm October 11, 2009

Can anyone tell me why so many agents spend so many hours on Twitter? It seems a lot of agents are caught up in the Social Media hype these days and Twitter is high on their list.  Is the business they generate off Twitter predictable and duplicate-able or just a big waste of time? I have been trying to figure out if agents are really getting business from spending so many hours following people and tweeting or is it a way to avoid what they … Read More »

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