Homes.com is starting off the new year by heading to the Big Apple for the industry’s biggest networking event – Real Estate Connect NYC! This year our very own Vice President of Technology, Dan Gaertner, will be part of a panel called, “Maximizing Mobile for the Always-Connected Consumer,” with other industry technology insiders, such as @JeffLobb from Exit Realty Corp. In this panel, industry leaders in the mobile world will discuss how brokers and agents should advertise on mobile,-after all, it is projected to overtake desktop in 2014, and now more than ever, brokers and agents need to think about implementing a mobile advertising strategy. Homes.com’s local mobile ads allow real estate professionals to connect with homebuyers and renters on the go. In a recent interview, Dan discussed Homes.com’s commitment to providing consumers with a fast end user mobile experience when searching for homes or rentals on their smartphones and other mobile devices.
In addition to implementing a mobile advertising strategy, agents and brokers also need to think about their local consumer experiences when visiting their website . Is your website viewable across all mobile platforms? That is a question that every real estate professional should be asking themselves in 2014. Homes.com’s newly released Homes Connect Fusion™ responsive design websites provide a similar experience for your website visitors across all platforms. This panel is a must for agents and brokers looking to gain insight on the impact that mobile will have in real estate in 2014. If you’re heading to New York for this year’s Inman News Real Estate Connect, make sure to catch “Maximizing Mobile for the Always-Connected Consumer”, on Wednesday, January 15 from 3:00-3:50. If you can’t be there, make sure to follow @HomesPro for the latest tweets LIVE from the event.
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