The 4,000 square foot home, listed for $1,850,000, comes with 3+1 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and was designed by architect Chris Lemke of Alloy Homes. The properties responsive (mobile friendly), custom built Website includes full screen, high resolution images, a must see!
They have included a detailed description, a list of features and a video:
The Website also includes documents and detailed agent bios. Nice job!
With News Feed ranking, Facebook’s algorithms leverage available signals and make a set of predictions that help us to estimate how meaningful we think every story will be to each person on Facebook. At leas that’s how they explain things.
The question however is, does it work? For many the answer is no and this is made worse by Facebook forcing us to see what they think are ‘Top Stories’. If you want to control what you see there is an option (see: ‘Control What You See on Facebook‘) but note; your Facebook settings will default back to ‘Top Stories’ as soon as you click away.
In the interim at least this video sheds some light on things.
A single property Website helps agents, brokers, home owners and others involved in real estate to market a single home using the highest form of personalized marketing. The Websites are used in listing presentations and serve as the single richest source of information about one home online.
Each single property Website is accessible via a unique domain name that traditionally reflects the properties street address, a feature that is included with the product.
Custom Domain Name
Sophisticated Lead Capture
Integrated QR Codes
Unlimited High-definition Photos
Full Screen Slideshow with Detailed Captions
Custom Photo Banners
Video, Blog, Podcast and Audio Integration
Unlimited Property Description Text
Automated Property Maps & Area School Links
Unlimited Custom Links and Custom Pages
Email and Print Flyers
Apple iPad/iPhone Compatible More
Unbranded MLS Link
Enhanced SEO and Free Syndication
PowerSite Showcase: Seamless Integration with your Website
Facebook Business Pages Listings and Landing Page
Direct post to Realtor.com
Social Sharing via Facebook, Twitter and hundreds more social networks
Over the past two decades, advertisers have gradually shifted their budgets away from traditional media (e.g. TV, newspapers and magazines) towards online ads. The rise of the smartphone has only accelerated this shift, as smartphones have fundamentally changed the way that people consume content. Ad dollars have always followed eyeballs and thus it doesn’t come as a surprise that mobile ad spending is currently growing a breathtaking rate.
One consequence of the shift towards online advertising is the fact that fewer companies command a larger share of advertising dollars spent. In fact, two companies, you may know them by the names of Google and Facebook, are so dominant in the online world that they account for more than 60 percent of global online ad revenues. According to advertising research company WARC that means the market leaders in search and social media will pocket 1 in 4 dollars spent on media advertising worldwide this year.