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Nice review of DriveBuy's platform

The folks over at Second Self Virtual Assistance have a nice review up about DriveBuy. We love that :)

DriveBuy Featured on Larry Easto's Real Estate Marketing Link!

Real estate marketing expert Larry Easto has recently written about DriveBuy Tech on his ActiveRain blog.

Larry sees the a bright future in mobile marketing for the real estate space, and we're excited that he chose us to highlight such technologies.

While you're there, be sure…



Begging the Answers: Twitter Search - Apartments.

Twitter search is one of the coolest features of the now-ubiquitous social media site. We've already discussed how sales agents might discover opportunities using twitter search here.


But we thought it might be good to expand upon that somewhat and offer some more suggestions about how to…

Marketing to the Small Screen

Brian Boero at the 1000Watt Consulting blog has a very interesting post about mobile and real estate.


The inherent “limitations” of the small screen are in fact liberating for the people who count: End users. These are the folks too often forced…

Google Loves Twitter: Using DriveBuy's Twitter Integration is an SEO Bonanza

When the DriveBuy team decided to add an integration to Twitter, we envisioned something that would just make it easier for our customers to give their followers a view of available properties from their twitter stream. If you're a regular user of Twitter, you realize that the web interface to twitter is serviceable, but can be difficult when posting the shortened urls that are so popular and save…

Too Much Information? Social Media Has Blurred The Line

You have probably heard the acronym “TMI” before—Too Much Information. It’s usually said when someone shares something a little too personal. Context and audience have always been the keys to knowing what is or is not appropriate in behavior and speech at any given moment. This has not changed. Almost everything else has.

To frame the discussion, I asked my father to summarize…