Zillow.com, Redfin and Other Real Estate Bloggers Unite for a Holiday Yankee Swap

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RSS Pieces organizes first real estate Yankee Blog Swap.

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The Yankee Blog Swap is a great way for real estate bloggers to discover new voices in the industry, network with other participants and gain exposure to new audiences. Zillow Blog is excited to be a part of this groundbreaking event.

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RSS Pieces, Inc., a Florida based real estate blogging firm, announced the first annual Yankee Blog Swap. The December 19th 2006 event will bring together 30 of the most influential real estate bloggers for the Internet equivalent of a "Yankee Swap." Household real estate names like Zillow.com and Redfin will trade blogs for the day with real estate pundits and man-on-the-street Realtors® to offer consumers and real estate professionals a full spectrum of information on everything from current market conditions to the future of online real estate services.

Drew Meyers of Zillow.com explains, "The Yankee Blog Swap is a great way for real estate bloggers to discover new voices in the industry, network with other participants and gain exposure to new audiences. Zillow Blog is excited to be a part of this groundbreaking event." Additionally, the Blog Swap intends to raise awareness to consumers that real estate bloggers can be valuable resources for those considering a real estate purchase, sale or financing.

When asked what the value of the swap to the average homeowner would be, Jonathan Dalton, a multi-million dollar producer with Century 21 Arizona Foothills, said "I'm looking forward to sharing my perspective on the real estate market with readers in Minnesota and also hope my readers here in Phoenix learn something from Bonnie. With consumers' thirst for information, the more viewpoints they see on the state of real estate, the better."

This inaugural event launches Yankee Blog Swap, a site dedicated to connecting bloggers in related industries for the purpose of expanding their respective readerships with fresh viewpoints from various authors. Bloggers can use the free Yankee Swap network to find guest writers for their blogs or participate in the frequent industry events.

The first Yankee Blog Swap kicks off across the Internet early Tuesday morning, December 19th with the following bloggers swapping sites:

Transparent Real Estate's Pat Kitano vs. Zillow Blog's Drew Meyers

RSS Pieces' Mary McKnight vs. Future of Real Estate Marketing's Joel Burslem

St Paul Real Estate Blog's Teresa Boardman vs. Phoenix Real Estate Guy's Jay Thompson    

3 Ocean Real Estate's Kevin Boer vs. SLC Real Estate's Nigel Swaby

Issaquah Undressed's Larry Cragun vs. Maury Properties' Andrew Maury            

Chicago Home Weblog's Geno Petro vs. NY Houses 4 Sales' Christine Forgione

Phoenix Arizona Real Estate Blog's Jonathan Dalton vs. Real Estate Snippets Bonnie Erickson

The boys of Sellsius vs. Real Estate Tomato's Jim Cronin

ML Podcast's Michael Price vs. FamousAgents.com's Elise Wright

My Tech Opinion's Reggie Nicolay vs. Ubertor's Steve Jagger

Redfin's Glenn Kelman vs Rain City's Ardell DellaLoggia

CondoDomain's Anthony Longo vs. miOaklandCounty's Maureen Francis

The San Diego Home Blog's Kris Berg] vs. Urban Dig's Noah Rosenblatt

The Property Monger's Jon Ernest vs. XBroker's Jeff Corbett

The Mortgage Report's Dan Green vs. Realty Blogging's Richard Nacht

For an overview of the event and all its participants, please visit, Yankee Blog Swap

About RSS Pieces

RSS Pieces is a Cape Coral, FL based blog publishing and hosting firm headed by John McKnight and Michael Baker, 20-year veterans of the software and web development industries. RSS Pieces' blog platform automatically SEOs content and integrates the feature rich environment and general usability tools of the traditional website. The company is committed to providing affordable and valuable tools to their clients in the real estate business sector. RSS Pieces openly supports and contributes to the greater open source community.

For more information, please visit RSS Pieces on the web at RSS Pieces.

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