So to begin with congratulations (no you haven't won the lotto, it's better than that) on owning a Ubertor Website! We would like to offer you some valuable advice on how to get the best out of your site this year. As I'm sure you are well aware the internet and social media has fast become the most popular way to communicate your business to the general population. The world is your oyster or rather your website is your oyster! So lets get your site working to promote you as one of the best in the realty business....
TechCrunch is reporting that YouTube has changed their maximum time limit for uploaded videos from 10 minutes to 15. For most Ubertor clients this time restriction has not been a problem, but there is always the odd video that was just too long that you wanted on YouTube. Well, now you have more flexibility with YouTube. For clients using Ubertor's Combustion Video platform, there is no time restriction on videos uploaded to Combustion Video. Either way, a welcome change to YouTube!
Are you creating video? Are you uploading them to YouTube?
The overwhelming response to our recent feature release of video syndication within the Ubertor system has been outstanding. Tonight, I'm pleased to announce that we have added Viddler.com as one of our syndication partners. Now when you load a video into your Ubertor control panel you can automatically syndicate it to YouTube, Vimeo and Viddler.
Now within your Ubertor website you can add video to your listings and have it syndicated to YouTube.com and Vimeo.com. Not only does it go to these powerful video websites to help expose your listing but it updates the E-Flyer that is automatically built into each of your listings.
Century 21 is doing some unique stuff these days. Joel over at FutureofRealEstateMarketing.com points out that C21 has launched their own YouTube Channel in what they are calling "Housing Industryâ€™s First Branded YouTube Channel."
Darren Barefoot and Julie Szabo run Capulet Communicationsï¿¼together. They do web marketing and social media relations, mostly for technology companies. They are based in Vancouver, but they spent most of 2007 working and living in Malta. Their plan for 2008 is to live in Morocco.
Royal LePage launched www.royallepagetv.ca, a web portal of instructional/educational videos for real estate consumers to watch and learn more about the buying/selling process. From my initial look, the site looks great. It is great to see a Canadian real estate company stepping up and investing to become Web 2.0 friendly in this ever changing business.
Concord Pacific, the developer of much of Vancouver's Yaletown and most recently Toronto's downtown has put out a short marketing video on YouTube using the expertise of the RealEstateChannel.
Is there a video that you could put on the internet about your real estate business?