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  on Mar 01, 2014 Marketing and Posting Tips is a great resource for property owners and real estate companies. Whether you wish to sell a property or rent it out, you may want to make a listing on You wouldn’t need much help with posting your listing because there are clear guidelines and easy to understand instructions how you should go about it. But what is not explained is how you should make your posting so that it receives the desired traction on the site.

At the end of the day, you must be able to attract people to your listing and the better your listing is, the more attractive it would be. Likewise, the better your marketing strategies are, the more are your chances of getting a desirable tenant or property buyer.

Here are three marketing and posting tips that can help you immensely.

Play With Visuals

It is the age of visualization. Not much is left to imagination at a time when high end digital cameras are available at economic prices and producing a video has become the forte of every amateur. Gone are the days when you would have to write hundreds of words to make some sense. Post a few pictures and a video and you would be able to make an impact. Put up some amazing pictures of the property and try and pull in a video tour. This type of virtual experience would certainly get your more proposals.

Offer Lucid Detailing

What kind of information you put up on your listing would make a huge difference to whether or not people take any interest in your property. Once you have the desired images and an effective video or two, you must put up all the finer details of your property. The basic details are all fine but you must try and explain how your property is different. Try and weave some magic into the words you use but keep it lucid. The more well detailed your listing is, the more information a prospective buyer or tenant would get and that is always a good thing.

Proactive Sharing shares your listing across various directories but that shouldn’t stop you from doing the same on your social media accounts and social network profiles. At the end of the day, it is your property and your listing. Share the listing in as many ways as you can and you would attract more traffic.


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