(PRWEB) April 23, 2012
Not very long ago, property buyers had to physically visit the location to scrutinize the property. This often resulted in massive man hours being wasted, as the buyer, seller and the realtor. With YouTube views growing by every second, real estate website owners are using this media to showcase properties to the potential buyers. Agentsmedia has taken a major leap by providing real estate website owners a platform to convert their traditional photos into videos and more.
The CEO of Agentsmedia says, “We have witnessed the growing influence of YouTube videos and social media marketing. At this moment, YouTube has over 3 billion views per day and counting. Adding videos as a real estate video marketing strategy has several benefits. While it can help the realtors reach out to the masses, it also helps in improving search engine rankings.”
He says, “Again, there’s a whole new class of people inclined to buy second homes and invest in property, many a times having a home away from home. The traditional photos cannot give a complete picture of the property. But when you convert photos into videos and upload them to YouTube, viewers all across the globe can see the property. Our members can convert photos into video, photos to flv and photos to mp4 in just a few clicks. Moreover, the real estate video can be shared on other social media platforms like Facebook, blogs and webpage through YouTube. With our services, you can help your real estate investors choose property from the comforts of their homes, thereby improving your business.”
Agentsmedia is a subscription service and currently offers 2 plans of monthly and yearly subscription. They are also offering a free trial offer for 3 days, where you can create up to 3 free videos.
For more information on how to improve your business through real estate video marketing, kindly visit http://agentsmedia.com/. You may also message them by filling up the “contact us” form.
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