Social Media Platform Optimizes Real Estate Marketing

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Miami-based social media marketing platform Esolist assists real estate professionals in selling properties, handling Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube, all while driving more traffic and generating more leads, according to a press release.

“Esolist is a one stop social media shop, which offers time and money savings solutions for tech-savvy real estate professionals looking to reinvent the home buying experience,” said Co-founder Adrian Esquivel.

Account plans vary by needs, with a basic (free account), a power plan starting at $19.99, and a broker/office plan and enterprise plan coming soon.

Image galleries, listing information, maps, and videos are just a few of the features available for users in the listings section.

In addition, the user is able to view results and analytics regarding a listing’s performance. This can be effectively used to show performance activity to clients.

The Real Deal recently wrote about the site, highlighting several success stories, with agents discovering quick follow-ups on their listings on Esolist.

“[Esolist] sort of incorporates single-property Web pages, but it also has the functionality to automatically blast [listings] to social media, which I think is the most viable aspect,”said Sarah Boggs, an agent with Keller Williams in Miami, to The Real Deal.

“I used other platforms before Esolist, and they were similar, but not as powerful. As far as actual follow-ups, they come a lot quicker than the platforms I used before,” Boggs continued.

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  • Ron says:

    This site has helped me become more organized. I love that I can get all my information from one website. Thanks!

  • I have found Esolist to be exceptionally effective. It has proven to be super helpful in managing listing’s across all social platforms. It also builds single property websites in less than a minute. I have been very happy with the platform so far…

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