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Social Media Smallvolution with FPO


FPO Chris Drayer FloorPlanOnlineFloorPlanOnline has a funny and a bit of an odd History Starting with a Vacation in Denmark.   Network Solutions recently got wind of the story and interviewed CEO Kris Cone,  where they discussed our company’s origin and our current Social Media Program.

Ive been fortunate to be in the position to help FloorPlanOnline grow our Social Media presence  – and its rewarding to get this organic positive feedback.

One Section of the article is below with the link to the whole story as well.

Here is the link to the story by Steve Fisher.

How have online social media tools like Facebook, Twitter and Blogs helped you market your business?

“Social media has helped with Viral Sharing of property tours and FloorPlanOnline services. Back to the greatest challenge, the more our customers, their sellers or even buyers can share their tours, their experiences and successes about FloorPlanOnline, the more people hear about us, and we let social media do the advertising work for us. A referral is much more valuable than a cold call…and social media is the new form of referral. Our marketing person, Chris Drayer, does a lot of work on the social media sites to get our name and products out to various social media sites – Facebook, Twitter, ActiveRain (a real estate oriented blog site) and to create ”Champions” for FloorPlanOnline. Often, the more successful agents are turning to these mediums as it is a hot topic in the real estate world.

We have also been involved in several grass roots industry events that use social media to talk about the events. In addition, our tours come with built-in social media tools. Anyone can post a home tour to Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, or over 100 other “social” networking sites, by clicking our “Share” button. So now, a home seller can actively participate in the marketing of their own home by posting a FloorPlanOnline tour to their Facebook Wall so all their contacts can see their home they are selling. Same for the agent. Even the buyer can share their potential new home with their friends. So the multiplier effect takes hold, and spreads.”

Here is the link to the story by Steve Fisher.

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