Circlepix Unveils PIXsocial Upgrade, Solidifies Leading Role in Real Estate Marketing Automation

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PIXsocial features now include editing of all automated posts, as well as a robust social media scheduler for custom posts.

Real estate social media automation

PIXsocial provides social media automation services to real estate agents and brokers in the US and Canada.

"We’re proud to be the only real estate marketing company in the world that offers this comprehensive social media solution.”

Circlepix announced the rollout of a major upgrade to PIXsocial, its real estate social media automation software, earlier this week. The rollout is seen by company leaders as a dramatic improvement to the tool’s feature set, as well as a deeper stake in the company’s position at the forefront of real estate marketing technology.

“Throughout the last year, we’ve been focused on making personalization and customization core pieces of PIXsocial,” says Greg Gehring, Chief Operations Officer of Circlepix.

Effective immediately, agents subscribed to PIXsocial now have the ability to preview upcoming posts, edit automated content, select alternative articles and Holiday Greetings, create different versions of posts to deploy to various social media platforms, and send or schedule their own custom posts from within their content calendar.

“PIXsocial still functions well as a set-it-and-forget-it tool, but we’ve taken it to the next level by giving agents complete flexibility and control,” adds Gehring.

PIXsocial was debuted in early 2016 as one of the first social media automation services designed specifically for real estate agents. Upon launch, the tool offered simple social media automation for agents’ Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages. Agents could select the categories of content they wanted to post content from and choose their own posting schedule.

In 2016, PIXsocial delivered over 1.4 million automated posts to agents’ social media pages throughout the United States and Canada.

“We’re thrilled about the adoption PIXsocial has experienced over the last 16 months,” says Coleman Warren, Product Manager for PIXsocial. “We’ve used this time to listen to our users, enhance PIXsocial’s core features, and create additional tools that will make real estate agents even more effective on social media.”

PIXsocial’s upgrades extend to real estate brokers, as well. PIXsocial’s Broadcast Tool, which allows brokers to post content directly to their agents’ social media pages, has been completely revamped as part of this new feature set. Brokers subscribed to PIXsocial now have the ability to search for specific offices and agents for whom they’d like to post content for, select specific platforms to post to, and schedule posts for future dates.

“In the past, some agents and brokers found the need to use other social media scheduling tools to supplement what they were getting from PIXsocial. We believe that won’t be the case anymore,” says Robert Davis, Chief Executive Officer of Circlepix. “We’ve combined social media automation, content customization and scheduling in a simple, easy-to-use tool. We’re proud to be the only real estate marketing company in the world that offers this comprehensive social media solution.”

Real estate agents interested in learning more about PIXsocial may call 877.390.6630 or click here for more information.

About PIXsocial: PIXsocial is the leading social media automation tool for real estate agents, offering automated and customized content, and a robust social media scheduling tool for agents' social media pages. Content types include interest articles, holiday greetings, listings from within the same brokerage, and custom posts. Learn more here.

About Circlepix: Circlepix is the leader in real estate marketing automation, with over 100,000 agents across the US and Canada using its services. Its three core platforms – PIXphotography, PIXmarketing and PIXsocial – give real estate agents the tools they need to sell homes faster and for more money.

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