Compare Listings

Realtors Take Note: Real Estate Marketing Report Card Is Here

Real Estate technology is absolutely booming (judging by the daily emails we get pitching new products), and every so often we come across something clever enough to post and share with you. This application (website) is definitely not something that is going to change the world of real estate (we’ve been known to be wrong), but it is certainly something useful for both Realtors and their clients (if nothing else it’s kinda fun).

propertyreportcard2

Didn’t pass your G.E.D with flying colors? Now is your chance to get straight A’s on your “Real Estate Marketing Report Card“. Transparency at its finest.

Since we know you’ll look, we scored an “A” for 241 7th Ave, and a “B+” for 469 Clipper, which is odd, because they’re marketed identically. Anyone else care to give it a go?

Real Estate Marketing Report Card


img

alexclark

Related posts

A Perfect Match, TeedHaze & The Goods…Where Are You?

As much as this blog is all about real estate, it's also all about me (Alex) and what I do to not...

Continue reading
by alexclark

Zillow Acquires Trulia: Wake Up Brokers! They’re Getting Rich At Your Expense

If you haven't heard about listing syndicator site Zillow acquiring competitor site Trulia for $3.5...

Continue reading
by alexclark

What Your Realtor Should Really Be Sending You…The Goods

I am pleased to announce the launch, and early adoption by Paragon Real Estate Group, of the newest...

Continue reading
by alexclark

2 thoughts on “Realtors Take Note: Real Estate Marketing Report Card Is Here”

  • garrett

    February 5, 2009 at 9:24 am

    i just tried it and scored a b+. the fact is, they judge you on how syndicated your listing is. in other words, if you put your listing in the MLS and/or on Zillow or some other combo, the listing will get picked up as a syndication on many other sites like google base, trulia, etc. automatically. eeehhh, i’m not overly impressed.

    Reply
  • jan

    February 5, 2009 at 11:56 am

    i think you have to make sure to get the zip code right to start

    Reply

Join The Discussion

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Follow theFrontSteps

Get the latest posts delivered to your mailbox: