"We are very excited about the launch of BuyAHomeFrom.Me. This website should give realtors the internet branding presence they need." Roger Safont / CEO
Tampa, FL (PRWEB) July 31, 2012
Only weeks after the WannaFollow.Me beta launch, they have released a new innovation: BuyAHomeFrom.Me which gives realtors an innovative way to promote themselves. Realtors typically lose their presence on websites that primarily focus on homes for sale.
Like WannaFollow.Me, BuyAHomeFrom.Me gives each realtor the ability to promote his or her profile. The site will allow anyone to quickly and simply assemble a personal splash page for free, all-inclusive of every social network to which they belong. Important to note: Each Profile is SEO ready for Google.
Roger Safont, the start-up's CEO, is recognized as an expert in the field of new technologies- social and mobile - and social profiles in particular.
Social media has gone mainstream in the past year. The Top 20 social networking sites have more than one billion unique visitors every month and most people have multiple online profiles, scattered across various services, including Facebook, LinkedIn, Flickr and Twitter. One problem they face is pulling all that information together to build a single online identity — be it for personal use or to create a professional online profile. WannaFollow.Me / BuyAHomeFrom.Me is the solution by simplifying the social experience across the web.
BuyAHomeFrom.Me allows users to:
1. Create a custom personal profile page (think splash page)
2. Add social media links
2. Post updates to social networking sites
3. Build a fan base of followers to increase social connectivity
4. Upload videos to truly showcase your personal profile
Here is an example of a BuyAHomeFrom.Me profile:
Over the past year, virtually everyone has learned the importance of securing their online names as services like Twitter have come from nowhere to become significant drivers of top online brands. WannaFollow.Me makes this as simple as possible, establishing it as a great service and an even better opportunity for Internet users to control their identities online.