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RISMEDIA, August 17, 2009-TweetLister, a fast-growing tool for posting, managing, scheduling and searching real estate listings on Twitter, has announced its Version 2 release, featuring enhancements that add tremendous value and marketing power for all its users, according to the company. The service remains a free, fast, simple, user-friendly way to place your real estate listings on Twitter, and enhancements transform the service into a versatile, full-featured, must-have tool for marketing any property.

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Version 2 features are:

Enhanced Listing Details
Every TweetLister tweet links to a detail page — and the news is that they’ve just upgraded the detail pages to allow you to include more information about the property and even Profile information about yourself. Here’s how it works: whenever you create a new listing using our simple listing form, you automatically get a basic listing detail page. You can see this detail page by clicking on the link that is part of your listing “tweet.” You can then choose to add more listing details by clicking “Edit” next to your listing, and selecting “Add More Listing Details – New.” Here you will be able to add up to four additional photos (5 total), add a description and up to 10 custom listing features, add a map, mortgage calculator and other tools to your listing, a disclaimer, open house information, and more.

Broker/Owner Profile Information and Dedicated Listings Pages
Now you can add one or more Broker/Owner Profiles to your account, including a photo, contact information and brief bio for each Profile. When you enter a listing, you can now indicate which Profile to appear on the detail page. This is handy for real estate firms with multiple brokers, who want to enter listings in one place and associate different listings with different brokers. When users click on your Profile link at the bottom of your detail page, they will be able to see all of your Profile information along with all of your active TweetLister listings.

Associate Multiple Twitter Accounts with one TweetLister Account
You can now associate many Twitter accounts with your TweetLister account. When you enter a listing, you can now select which Twitter account to “tweet” to. You can now have specific Twitter accounts for different regions, or different types of properties, and tweet those listings on the appropriate account.

New Search Features
TweetLister’s Search Listings feature has always offered a more detailed and direct way to view quality real estate listing tweets. In response to the overwhelming response and usage of this feature, we have added valuable criteria to the search form – ensuring that you will receive even more specific and useful results. In addition to Listing Category and Type, Type of Property, and Bedrooms and Bathrooms, you can now search by City or Neighborhood, State, Country, Keyword and Minimum and Maximum Price.

TweetLister has earned high marks from writers covering the real estate industry: “After putting TweetLister through it’s paces and creating a couple of listings, I don’t see any reason why anyone involved in real estate marketing, should wait to try TweetLister,” writes blogger Brett Weaver. “It’s so easy that you don’t even have to create a new account. Just use enter your existing Twitter login credentials and you will be Tweeting Listings in a flash.”

“Putting it simply, TweetLister is Twitter for real estate listings,” notes Arnold Zafra of RotorBlog. “If you’re a real estate broker or owner, TweetLister is a great service for you. It lets you create, post and manage all of your Twitter real estate listings in one account. The service allows you to track clicks on your listings as well as collect leads… It doesn’t matter whether you are a professional real estate agent or a simple real estate owner looking to find prospective buyers for your properties, you can use TweetLister.”

TweetLister is perfect for real estate brokers and owners who are selling, renting or leasing properties. It can be used to list residential, commercial/office, vacation, land and any other type of real estate. The TweetLister posting form is designed to create a searchable, Twitter-friendly “tweet” from traditional property listing information. Brokers will find TweetLister easy and convenient for managing an unlimited number of listings at once. Owners can create a listing, and then “set it and forget it” in TweetLister until their property is sold, rented or leased. Both brokers and owners can see how many clickthroughs their listings are getting, and can adjust the features and pricing in the listing at any time. And you can view and download leads for each listing, so you don’t miss a potential deal.

TweetLister was launched in May 2009 by web veterans Lloyd Chrein, Mark Schleimer and Prerak Parikh, who have worked together for more than a decade creating websites and web-based tools for real estate companies of all kinds. With the advent of Twitter, and the tremendous potential it offers for reaching millions of people quickly and easily, Lloyd, Mark and Prerak instantly saw the need for a web tool that would help brokers and owners post and manage their Twitter listings. TweetLister allows brokers and owners to post, manage and schedule listings in a friendly, familiar way — and with the release of Version 2, the company says TweetLister is now a must-use tool for any real estate sales, leasing or rental effort.

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