The Internet and everything that comes with it has affected personal, public and professional landscapes. We now exist in a digital world, and for better or worse, it has changed the way we do business. Is it a question of shape up or ship out How do professionals keep up with the times and what are the pros and cons of doing so
The Internet and the wealth of information and tools it provides has forever changed the real estate industry and how agents do business. Real estate professionals need to conduct themselves online as they do in real life with integrity and continue to offer excellent service and cultivate an impeccable online reputation.
If used correctly, twitter can be an effective business tool for savvy real estate professionals to help them engage and build relationships with their existing clients as well as reach a new audience. It can also be a great way to build your brand, communicate and stay abreast of whats happening in your industry.
Real estate CRM systems are a popular category of real estate software that usually make use of relationship based contact information and real estate data.
Portals play a significant role in the consumer experience when searching for homes, and as a connection point to the agents who them.
Prospecting has become a popular way for real estate professionals to create business.
High volume internet lead generation software is designed to administer the conversion of leads created from a variety of sources.
Lead generation websites are one of the most popular forms of business generation in real estate.
This T3 Sixty report details the prominent social media sites and tools.
By 2011 social media frameworks were established and information consolidated. The process turned to refinement how to improvethe efficacy of the software, the capabilities of the hardware, etc. This report considers the business application of social media and the adoption by real estate.