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QR Code – YouTube Video Contest. Send us your favorite video, showing off your RealtyGo QR code/TAG being used in your real estate business..
Free QR Code_MobileURL_Micro-Mobile-Website for life from RealtyGo. We are giving away 100 free QR Codes and all the services to 100 lucky winners!
QR Code_YouTube Video contest from RealtyGo. Send us your favorite YouYube video/link URL showing how you or your company uses QR Codes for your real estate listings/business. Win a Free QR Code_MobileURL_Micro-Mobile-Website for LIfe. RealtyGo is giving away 100 Free QR Codes including all the services, SEO, technology, micro website, auto scheduler and more to each winner. Send us your YouTube Video and we will post it on our RealtyGo YouTube page, asking others to vote for the top 100 videos. The top 100 videos with the most votes at the end of the contest will receive one free QR Code for life.
Please be creative and have fun with the videos. Your Videos will run on our YouTube Channel offering free advertising for your and your real estate business. Please have some type of real estate related business video in order to be considered for the contest. Please also use a RealtyGo QR Code / MobileURL in your video. There is no purchase necessary, visit at Twitter and choose ‘ follow’ us for your free 45 day trial using RealtyGo and the most unique and dynamic QR Code system available. Once you follow us on Twitter you will receive an Auto direct message thanking you for following, with a link and the free 45 day trial. Please remember there is no purchase necessary and you will not be charged. Good luck and we look forward to seeing your QR Real Estate Videos.
Please email your questions and/or Video link to firstname.lastname@example.org
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So you already have one of these…WWW.?#&%?.COM.. , so why not have one of these too (QR Code)
Just like with any new technology, early adoption of something new requires change and more work, etc. , ‘why would i use a QR Code for Multi level Marketing and promoting my real estate listings?’ The answer is why wouldn’t you!
RealtyGo understands the importance of simplicity when it comes to technology and easy to use applications. We have designed our service so everyone listing real estate can take advantage of new technology like QR Codes and Auto Text message scheduling; but most importantly to offer end users different modalities they feel comfortable using to get what they want when they want it.
You already have one of these http://WWW.?%&#@?.com You may as well have one of these too! Yes were referring to a QR Code. Its really that simple everyone. Why wouldn’t you use QR Codes? Its like every other new piece of technology that you say, “i’ll never use that, what a waste” then 2 months later you have 1,000 songs on your 2GM ipod nano and your 10 year collection of CD’s have been shelved, etc.. . Remember a good sales man uses tools that other people gravitate toward to be successful. Just because you may not believe QR Codes are a necessity right now doesn’t mean a first time buyer (which in 2010 was half of all the sales in the U.S. ; median age of 33) may prefer to use a QR Code to see all your listing info, use the complimentary mortgage calculator provided, get updated relevant information, photos, price, square footage and all your savvy online presence right from the get go, without trying to track the listing agent down by phone or email.
RealtyGo enables the end user to contact you when and how they feel comfortable doing so. If you just put your phone number on a sign, thinking ‘oh i’ll just wait by my phone every second of every day, being the best Agent there ever was’, etc.. then you are not only wasting your own valuable time, but doing a disservice to your career by making your self available by phone all the time, even neglecting continuing education classes or seminars due to the worry factor of not being able to answer each and every call on the first ring. Don’t act like you don’t know exactly what I’m talking about agents. It is humanly impossible to always be 100% available at all times for you real estate listings.
We couldn’t of said it better our selves Jason, “so people are gunna do it, cause it’s pretty easy to do” easy one minute video on how to use QR Codes from a third party company we chose randomly from YouTube. Thanks for posting the video Jason! RealtyGo
I always think of the safe auto commercials that have been running lately, technology when you want it, people when you don’t! – such a great, great example of letting the end user decide, but make sure you offer all channels of communication available and make it count, you may only get one change to earn someone’s business or make a sale over a competitor in today limited resource market. RealtyGo boosts your web presence, makes all your real estate affairs look dynamite within any mobile device, Smartphones, iPads, Tablets, etc.. , and you can promote Green real estate communication in regards to your professional and responsible conscious business.
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Mobile is it! RealtyGo offers the most affordable and best solution for Mobile Real estate Listings. We make it easy for you to post your listings, share with Social medial sites and forward any and ALL of your real estate listings with ease. Consumers are mobile, don’t just think phones, iPads, Tablets and more to come soon enough, so offer your mobile real estate listings using Green real estate communication from RealtyGo.
Mobile use is growing faster than all of Google’s internal predictions, with YouTube seeing 200 million mobile playbacks a day, CEO Eric Schmidt said in his keynote at the Internet Advertising Bureau’s Annual Leadership meeting keynote.As proof of mobile’s growth, Schmidt cited some statistics related to this year’s Super Bowl advertisers: The number of mobile searches for Chrysler, for instance, jumped 102 times during the game, compared with only 48 times for desktop searches. And the number of mobile searches for GoDaddy jumped 315 times, compared with 38 times on desktops.Schmidt, who spoke Sunday at the IAB event in Palm Springs, Calif., also said that 78% of smartphone owners use their phones while they shop. “This is the future and everyone will adapt,” Schmidt said. “Because people are fundamentally better off with a better and smarter and more empowered, if you will, customer.”Mobile growth is occurring at a quicker rate than anyone expected, Schmidt noted. “We look at the charts internally and it’s happening faster than all of our predictions,” Schmidt said.Schmidt, who will leave his post as Google CEO on April 4, used those stats to make a case for linking display advertising and mobile.“The technology has finally caught up with the promises we talked about for so long,” Schmidt said. He predicted that display advertising could hit $200 billion business, though he declined to say when that milestone would be reached. Display is currently a $17 billion business globally. Google’s share of that is about $2.5 billion a year.
Were betting on everything changing, new platforms emerge, RealtyGo – information technology grows exponentially! You want it, you can get it right now!!
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What mobile DTV (MDTV) is?
Which networks can deliver true DTV experience to mobile devices?
True Mobile Digital TV (MDTV) means watching live Digital TV (DTV) on mobile devices,
with a user experience similar to the one the consumers are used to on their home TV. This
means having a big variety of shows to watch, with high quality high frame rate video and
quick response time for channel switching. While there are elements in the market that try to
confuse true MDTV with other forms of TV/media distribution that offer poor quality video
and a poor offering of channels, true MDTV is distributed through a dedicated broadcast
Soon real estate professionals will be able to stream their live events and seminars through MDTV channel outlets, keeping consumers up to date on current events within their general areas. Imagine getting updates from destination places around the world, Vacation rentals for lease and a tour performed by the actual owner or representative. Choosing you vacation destination in the near future may become more real than ever before. Rest assure, RealtyGo will be looking into this futuristic type channeling to deliver real estate listings and information as efficiently as possible for everyone using Mobile devices. Keep a look out for MDTV and a new technology boom; does Youtube ring a bell… .
The most common alternatives of DTV distribution to mobile devices are to get the DTV
content through the WiFi network or through the cellular network.
This article explains the different available methods, why the true MDTV experience can be
achieved only by a dedicated broadcast MDTV network and how the MDTV offering can be
broadened by wise usage of all the methods for distribution of DTV, which can provide the
best value and best user experience to the consumer.
1 Methods for Mobile DTV distribution
1.1 Distribution of Mobile DTV through the cellular network
The cellular network is conceptually a unicast network, meaning that the content is
transmitted to each receiver individually, even if several receivers are consuming the same
content simultaneously. Thus with the current deployed and used technologies, distribution
of mobile DTV content through the cellular network is no different than the distribution of any
other data through the cellular network.
There are some technologies for broadcasting content over cellular networks, including
Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS), Integrated Mobile Broadcast (IMB), and
Evolved MBMS (e-MBMS) for LTE networks. These technologies are currently either not
mature yet or not widely used (i.e. deployed). Nevertheless, though currently cellular
networks use unicast transmission for distributing DTV content, this article refers also to
optional future usage of these broadcast technologies.
The main concern that is related to mobile DTV distribution is its relatively high bandwidth
requirement. Watching live DTV content at good quality on mobile devices requires
continuous reception of streaming audio/video (A/V) content at a rate of about 500Kbps.
This reception rate enables the display of good quality video at QVGA resolution and at a
frame rate of 30 frames-per-second (FPS).
In developed countries, current cellular networks are already congested with the increase of
video consumption (YouTube, etc.), live gaming, web surfing and other data-consuming
applications over mobile devices. These networks do not have the bandwidth to provide live
DTV services with a similar user experience to stationary DTV in terms of video quality and
content variety. Recent testimonials to this problem were made public by AT&T, which is
now setting a cap for its subscribers’ data usage, since they need to “ease the congestion”
For Full article and White Paper about (MDTV) follow this link
Technology at its best;
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Google has unveiled the awkwardly-named Hotpot, which is a kind of ratings tool and recommendation engine for Google Places.
As you review restaurants, music venues, stores and the like, Hotpot’s recommendation engine learns what you like and suggests other places you might like. Throw in recommendations from friends and Hotpot starts to sound very useful. Indeed Hotpot is useful, bringing location-based searching, algorithms that learn what you like and friends’ recommendations together in a single place.
But, perhaps because of that combination of features, it’s also awkward to set up and poorly integrated with the rest of Google’s services. It has some features that trump its main competitor, Yelp, like the awesome search tool. But the social and community aspects of Hotpot — features Yelp handles well — are too difficult to get set up.
Which isn’t to say that Hotpot isn’t useful. You just have to clear its awkward silo-style hurdles first. If you head over to the new Hotpot URL, you’ll be asked to sign in with your Google account and then to pick a nickname for use on Google Places.
Once that’s done you’ll need to find your friends and “add” then to your list of Hotpot friends. Setting up Hotpot feels a bit like you just slipped back in time five years to a web where every social service is an island.
It could be that Google was worried about another Buzz-style backlash if it made Hotpot’s social features automated. Instead, everything is manual — you’re presented with a list of friends that you can add (follow might be the more familiar verb here) much like the process Google Reader uses.
However, with Reader the sharing notices are sent inside the Reader web app. With Hotpot, the notices are sent to your friend’s Gmail account for approval. Worse, there doesn’t seem to be an “Add all” button — if you’ve got 300 friends, you’ll be click “Add” 300 times.
Once you’ve made it past the initial hurdles of setting Hotpot up, its results are actually pretty good. Having only tested Hotpot for a few hours, it’s hard to judge the quality of recommendations, but as a simple Google Places search tool, the interface is clean and easy to use.
Hotpot is also integrated into normal Google searches as well. Just click the Places option in the list of filters and you see reviews and ratings from your friends alongside the familiar Yelp, Urbanspoon and other aggregated ratings.
The aggregated reviews are a win for Hotpot. The big difference between Yelp and Google Hotpot is volume — Yelp has hundreds of reviews for all the restaurants in my neighborhood written by individuals from its loyal users. Google has a big enough database of user reviews, but it’s not as vibrant or extensive as Yelp’s.
But Hotpot gets around that limitation by culling reviews from around the web — in the case of restaurants, there’s Zagat, OpenTable, Gayot, Yelp, Blogspot and WordPress food blogs. Some places have a lot of Google user reviews, but Yelp usually always has more.
Though there needs to be a way to keep reviews from Insider Pages from showing up in Hotpot. They are universally worthless and presumably written mainly by YouTube commenters.
It’s interesting to note that Yelp is all about community, and Hotpot’s mapping and searching features are more advanced, but its community and social features are lacking. The two would be a perfect match if they were combined. Yelp reportedly screwed up a chance to be bought by Google last year — consider it salt on the wound that Google is pulling reviews from Yelp to beef up its own competing product.
Where Hotpot may find its big mojo, which would save it from the same fate as Google Wave, is inside Google’s mobile apps. For now that means Android 1.6+, though an iPhone app is in the works. There’s no word on a Windows Mobile app.
The new features in the Google Android app mean that, if you’re in an unfamiliar part of town, you can quickly find a nearby restaurant that your friends love, or an out-of-the-way music store you didn’t know about.
RealtyGo.co launches its answer to “Hot Spots” mid February of 2011