Social Listening empowers our users to be active participants in their brand’s reputation while also allowing them to bring social intelligence into their sales process to help them sell more effectively.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 11, 2012
Millions of people are moving to a new city or just across town, asking questions about communities and looking for the right real estate company or agent to work with. And, they’re using social networks like Twitter and Facebook to ask their friends, family and anyone that happens to be listening. Propertybase Real Estate CRM now gives Real Estate Agents, Brokers, and Developers a simple way to join these real-time conversations to earn new business and find out what people are saying about their company!
Hatim Daher, Marketing Manager at Propertybase, stated that "The integration of Social Listening for Twitter, Facebook and other social channels directly into our platform empowers our users to be active participants in their brand’s reputation while also allowing them to bring social intelligence into their sales process to help them sell more effectively."
Here are just some of the highlights of the Social CRM Integration:
- Create Contacts and Leads from Tweets and Facebook Wall Posts and Comments
- The ability to share the brand with social communities
- Search & Monitor Twitter and Facebook Conversations in Real-time
- Capture, Review, and Respond to those Conversations…all from within the Propertybase Real Estate CRM platform.
The addition of Social Listening to Propertybase puts everything needed to compete in today's social world right where a real estate business needs it - no more hunting across multiple sites for important messages. With billions of conversations taking place across the social web it can be difficult to listen to everything that’s being said about a business, its competitors, and the real estate industry online. This enhancement allows Real Estate Agents, Brokers, and Developers to focus their engagement on the social media channels and conversations that matter.