REW Real Estate Blogs Released from Beta

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REW Blogs are the world's first search engine friendly blogs created specifically for real estate professionals. As a member of the largest community of web savvy Realtors on the Internet, users can publish articles, showcase listings and share their expertise with the millions of visitorsto the Real Estate Webmasters community every month. Membership to the Real Estate Webmasters and REW Blog accounts are and always will be free to Realtors.

Real Estate Webmasters, the largest free community of web savvy real estate professionals and their developers, have released REW Blogs to the public. This free blogging platform provides Realtors a venue to publish their articles and communicate to their online audience their knowledge and insight. This platform was developed to address a serious lack of professional free blogging platforms available to Realtors.

REW blogs are unique in many ways, most notably, they allow integration of elements unique to the real estate industry such as properties for sale and Google base property feeds. Real Estate Webmasters has also done a great job eliminating the clutter of traditional free blogging software' such as Wordpress by including only the essentials in the control panel. Posting is as easy as opening a WYSIWYG editor, writing your blog post and hitting submit. Instant web authoring has never been easier.

In addition to making this amazing new blogging platform available to the real estate industry at no charge, Real Estate Webmasters integrated the free blogs right into the Real Estate Webmasters community. This means that when a member makes a post to their blog, that article is exposed the millions of consumers and industry professionals each month.

For additional information on the REW Blog platform, contact Morgan Carey or visit http://www.realestatewebmasters.com/blogs/

About Real Estate Webmasters:

Real Estate Webmasters is the largest community of web savvy real estate professionals in the world. Our strength and continued success is due to our willingness to share information freely and collectively organize our Internet and offline resources.

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