Free Blogs for Realtors!

Blogging is not only a great way to keep a very large group of people up to date on your products and company it also drives mass amounts of traffic back to your website and business. If you are a Real Tour Vision provider and have a virtual tour company or, if you are an In-house virtual tour provider, you should all recognized the power behind the blog.

Be sure to encourage your customers to create blogs. If they do not know how to, take it upon yourself as the local online marketing experts to show them how. As an in-house provider you should be able to read the article below and sign up for your free blogging software and start writing today. Whether you are an in-house provider or a full-service provider or someone out there reading this who has not signed up with us yet please take a moment of your time to read the article below. Showing your expertise in your field by blogging is proven to work which is exactly why Realtor.com is offering it now for free. The more you write on as an expert in your field the more traffic will be driven to your site. Now…if there were only more time in our day.

Here is the article:

REALTOR.COM ROLLS OUT FREE BLOGS FOR REALTORS

Friday, May 18, 2007

By Glenn Roberts Jr.
Inman News

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Realtor.com President Errol Samuelson today announced the availability of free blog sites for all Realtors and also announced several new and planned features for the popular property-search Web site, which is operated by Move Inc. and is affiliated with the National Association of Realtors trade group.

The retooled site, he said, is incorporating Web 2.0 principals such as consumer interaction, richer data and online video.

Realtors can sign up for a free Realtor.com blog at http://www.featuredblogsignup.com. A planned section at the Realtor.com site will allow consumers to view an assortment of blog posts individually chosen by site editors for inclusion on a featured blogs page at the site. These blog posts can direct traffic back to the Web sites of participating Realtor.com bloggers.

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