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Is your Real Estate listing and Professional business information being displayed in a positive and meaningful way?
Make sure you are promoting your image in a positive and professional manner. With RealtyGo you can rest assure your Mobile Real Estate listings and professional business contact information will always be well organized and easy for prospective buyers to access.
Start advertising your real estate listings today, with RealtyGo and our Mobile Real Estate applications!
RealtyGo Rider Signage for advertising your unique Mobile Listing Code(s) and Mobile Real Estate Listings
Use our digital real estate promotion to list all your real estate listings within one easy to use Mobile channel. Scan, Text or GPS-APP to access all your listings, photos, professional contact information and more. Forward your listings to prospective buyers from your mobile phone, enable new customers and other business professionals to auto schedule an appointment to preview your listing(s).
RealtyGo – Your Real Estate Listings Best Friend!
RealtyGo is designed to work with other listing applications and all Real Estate companies; See HomeSmart for example…
RealtyGo is designed to help everyone when listing real estate. Professional delivery and a well organized listing will be seen and sell faster in todays competitive marketplace. We have designed easy to use applications that allow listers, realtors, FSBO’s, etc.., to promote their Mobile Real Estate listings everywhere.
Here is a key example of how RealtyGo fits in with HomeSmart and their Realtor signage.
With RealtyGo’s application you can showcase all your listings, with our QR Code(s) and/or Mobile Listing TAG’s, everywhere; on your real estate signs, flyers,newspapers,magazines,within other real estate related websites -(craigslist, Realtor.com, Zillow, VRBO, FSBO, etc.. .)
When your listing sells, you simply update your information in the computer and assign a new listing to your account, all your current signage and QR Codes will automatically display your new updated information, saving you expensive costs to reprint new QR Codes and purchase new stickers to place over old stickers from previous sold listings.
RealtyGo assigns a unique mobile listing code to each of your listings, making them more personable and easier for customers to relate to. For example: if you have a beach home your selling/renting you may want to choose your unique mobile listing code to resemble something unique to the beach home; Ex: “beachhome” “mybeachhome” or “beachhome7” this way customers will have an easy reference for listings they are interested in, using the unique mobile listing code(s), vs. a long address. Customers and potential buyers will also be able to use google to input your unique mobile listing code(s) to get your listings and professional information, which is organized and properly coded within the RealtyGo data base for google to index and display. Potential buyers can also search the RealtyGo data base on our homepage by simply entering in your mobile listing code(s) “Beachhome” / “mybeachhome” “beachhome7” in the search bar to display all your current real estate listings and professional business information. Each mobile listing code is unique to the person that registers it first, kind of like a www. except for your mobile phone and mobile real estate listings. Get your unique mobile listing code(s) today and start promoting your real estate listings everywhere!
RealtyGo offers HomeSmart Realtors and all Big Box Real Estate solutions to promote your Mobile Real Estate listings.
If you have a unique type of signage and would like RealtyGo to design an “easy fit” application or sticker to fit your Real Estate organization, please email us with your detailed criteria or email us a picture of what your company is currently offering and we can customize your application.
AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) will accelerate the deployment of its LTE network, launching LTE markets by mid-year with the entire deployment competed by 2013. In addition, the company will debut 20 4G devices this year. Those devices will use a variety of operating systems including Google’s (NASDAQ:GOOG) Android, Microsoft’s (NASDAQ:MSFT) Windows Phone 7 and Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) iOS, implying that a 4G version of the iPhone is in the works.
AT&T described both HSPA+ and LTE network technologies and said it will be releasing devices that run on both technologies. Recently T-Mobile USA has blurred the lines calling its HSPA+ network and devices “4G.” When T-Mobile did so this past spring, AT&T said that calling HSPA+ “4G” was misleading.
Speaking at the company’s AT&T developer event held here today, AT&T Mobility CEO and President Ralph de la Vega said that recent tax incentives have made it possible to accelerate the company’s LTE deployment as well as expand its backhaul capabilities. Specifically, de la Vega said that the company is equipping its backhaul network with Ethernet and fiber, which will provide network speeds of up to 6 Mbps–what AT&T calls “4G speeds.” He expects that two-thirds of the company’s network traffic will be on the expanded backhaul by year-end.
In October, AT&T Operations CEO John Stankey said at an investor conference that the company would launch commercial LTE service by mid-2011, and will cover between 70 million and 75 million POPs by year-end.
De la Vega also said that AT&T plans to introduce 20 4G devices this year, with HSPA+ devices coming in the first half of the year and LTE devices in the second half of the year. Those LTE devices will include smartphones, USB modems and hot spots and will use a variety of platforms including Android, Windows Phone and iOS. AT&T will launch HSPA+ smartphones that include the Motorola (NYSE:MOT) ATRIX 4G, the HTC Inspire 4G and the Samsung Infuse 4G.
The carrier also said it plans to launch two tablets, including its first LTE tablet, by mid summer. Additional LTE tablets are planned for the second half of the year. The first tablet, running HSPA+, is made by Motorola, has a 10.1-inch screen, runs on Nvidia’s 1 GHz Tegra 2 processor and supports the “Honeycomb” version of Android.
By contrast, Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) has already launched 39 LTE markets, covering 110 million POPs. The carrier currently offers two laptop dongles, and charges $50 per month for 5 GB of LTE data and $80 for 10 GB of data. Verizon is expected to unveil a range of Android smartphones and at least one tablet here for its LTE network.
The faster LTE the faster all your Mobile Real Estate listings will populate with our QR Code mobile software. RealtyGo
Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) agreed to purchase WiFi chipmaker Atheros for $3.1 billion, or $45 per share.
San Jose-based Atheros is known for its innovations with WiFi chipsets. Earlier this year the company teamed with Wilocity to make WiGig-WiFi chips, and it also has been exploring ways to combine WiFi with powerline systems.
The deal is the largest ever for Qualcomm, and is expected to close sometime in the first half of the year. The New York Times first reported on the tie-up late Tuesday.
The acquisition would provide Qualcomm, the world’s largest maker of cell phone chipsets, with a way to diversify beyond its core market into new growth areas such as tablets and smartphones, which require more processing power and must be able to connect via many different technologies besides cellular, such as WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS. The deal could also allow Qualcomm to compete more heavily with longtime rival Broadcom.
This isn’t the first time Qualcomm has tried to get into the WiFi game. In 2006, the company purchased a WiFi chipmaker Airgo Networks.
Qualcomm is fresh off another big deal. In late December, the firm sold its 700 MHz spectrum that is uses for its soon-to-be-decommissioned FLO TV service to AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) for $1.925 billion.
via Qualcomm to buy WiFi chip giant Atheros for $3.1B – RelatyGo.co
This is by far some of the most exciting news we have read lately. Combing WiFi with local powerlines all over the U.S. – What will they think of next?
RealtyGo.co was designed with the belief that everyone can pitch in a little to help cut back and stop the excessive waste associated with Real Estate Flyers, Expensive ink costs and other paper waste associated with promoting traditional Real Estate Listings.
Try our demo now to see how your Real Estate Listing(s) can be environmentally friendly, saving you money and enabling you to add Green Business Practices to your Professional Business portfolio.
Demo; Scan or Text to see how your traditional listings can become “Viral – Mobile Real Estate Listings”
The fastest growing demographic for Mobile Text Messaging or simply (people who use text messaging to communicate) is 45-64. More evidence that baby boomers are rapidly adopting new technologies. Backed up by a recent article in the New York Times, on the front page, briefly explained how baby boomers are taking time for them selves and spending money, even buying 2nd and 3rd homes and vacationing on a regular basis. Google Search New York Times and Baby Boomers for more information.
“Text messaging is no longer just a young person’s activity. The average age of a texter is 38 years old – up from 19 years old in 2003. The fastest growing demo is 45-64,” says Jeff Hasen, CMO at HipCricket. “ Part of the reason is that kids and grandkids don’t often use phones for talking – if you want to communicate with little Billy or Janie, you need to let your fingers do the talking (texting). In 2008, for the first time, the number of text SMS/MMS messages sent in the U.S. exceeded the number of calls.”
Short Message Service (SMS) is the text communication service component of phone, web or mobile communication systems, using standardizedcommunications protocols that allow the exchange of short text messages between fixed line or mobile phone devices.
Multimedia Messaging Service, or MMS, is a standard way to send messages that include multimedia content to and from mobile phones. It extends the core SMS (Short Message Service) capability that allowed exchange of text messages only up to 160 characters in length.
The most popular use is to send photographs from camera-equipped handsets, although it is also popular as a method of delivering news and entertainment content including videos, pictures, text pages and ringtones.
Women are active text users. Here are the stats for women 45-54 (comScore, 12/08)
- 51% sent a text in last month
- 23% sent a text almost daily
- 39% took a photo
- 5.7% accessed weather info
- 4.7% accessed news
- 11.8% received info on their phone about a product, service or brand
Hope this information is helpful, Now when your respected elder tells you, i feel out of touch with new technology, you can reassure them that they may be in the prime demographic… So embrace change and pick up a new Smartphone today.
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T-Mobile partners with WalMart to offer affordable options on Android/Linux “modified version” – based Smart Phones
The LG Optimus T and Motorola Defy Android powered smartphones are available from the nation’s largest retailer for very reasonable upfront costs. Both phones are being tagged as entry level devices to bring customers into the Smartphone era. Smartphones sold at a retailer as large as Walmart should catapult T-Mobile as the leader in retail Smartpnone sales at retail locations. T-Mobile now brings American’s a great value with little up front costs. T-Mobile is gaining some 3800 retail locations, depending on how many actual Walmart locations carry the new Smartphones.
The LG Optimus T, an entry level Android smartphone features a 3.2-Megapixel camera, a 2GB MicroSD Card while running STOCK Android 2.2 (Froyo); available for less that $1 with a new 2-year contract!
We encourage you to check it out, we will see if the new Co-op is a success with the holidays approaching and consumer spending climbing in our slow moving U.S. economy of 2010.
Happy Holidays from http://www.realtygo.co