Archive | March, 2012

PreviewFirst Photo Wins Coveted Photography Award

Photography for Real Estate (PFRE) is a very popular blog dedicated to all things “real estate photography”. Founder Larry Lohrman, established the blog which has inspired and educated thousands of photographers around the globe. Always interesting and informative, it is the the industry’s hub. Each month, real estate photographers from around the world enter the […]

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The Truth About Virtual Tours

I saw an interesting blog thread the other day, started by a real estate agent that asked, “Why get a virtual tour?  People only care about the photos, right?”  It’s a valid question.  Do buyers care about virtual tours?  What about Sellers?  He’s certainly right about one thing… When it comes to real estate marketing, […]

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Motion Picture showing black screens?

The Motion Picture Player is an HD feature that downloads high quality images on demand.  If you experience black screens, or longer transitions between photos, it’s because the Motion Picture player is “playing” faster than your computer is able to download the photos.  The problem is your Internet speed.  I know people hate to hear […]

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Arranging photos with Internet Explorer 9

USING INTERNET EXPLORER 9, eh? Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9 and newer don’t work with all websites. It’s a power struggle thing between MS and everyone else. So, Microsoft added a little button to their browsers called “compatibility view”. This button let’s you see websites the way the designer intended.  In most cases, you can just […]

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Guess Who Sends the Most Traffic to Your Virtual Tours?

This is interesting stuff.  Apparently more traffic comes to your virtual tours from Redfin, than from any other source.  Of course, Redfin gets the link and other information from the MLS, which comes in a very close second.  Zillow is also making a great showing, which means agents and home sellers have figured out that […]

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Return on Investment Is Huge!

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