Are You Using Google Plus For Real Estate?

I have been doing a bit of research lately about using Google Plus for real estate, and like any other "new" technology, I find it both fascinating and overwhelming at the same time.

I have decided to commit to bringing several articles to our readers to better explain Google Plus [Follow Me Here] and why everybody should create a Google+ account in order to be part of Google's commitment to social networking.

For Joe Manausa Real Estate, it is important that we continue to learn and grow our technological know-how, as 94% of buyers are using the internet so we have to continually push to expand our ability to market homes for sale online. I'm fairly sure that our plans for using Google Plus for real estate marketing are going to help us provide even better exposure for our home selling clients.

Google Plus For Real Estate Is No Longer Optional

The first thing that really hit me when trying to implement a plan to use Google Plus for real estate was that more than 100,000,000 people have a Google+ account, so it's not exactly a "new" technology :). All I can say is "lookout Facebook," and perhaps Zuckerberg should be calling MySpace for some tips on "what will happen next."

I hope you will take some time to follow my Google Plus profile. Simply click on the "follow" button on the right (while logged into your Google account), and then add me to once of your circles. I can promise you that it will be chaotic for the next few weeks, but over time, we will endeavor to provide some great links and tips on real estate in Tallahassee as well as listings, images, and anything we can find of value.

Understanding Google Plus for Real Estate

This is the first article in a long series that I plan on writing in order to share my discoveries for the use of Google Plus for real estate.

Understanding that nearly ALL homebuyers have moved to the internet, my company will sustain a relentless quest for growth, improvement, and expansion of marketing homes on the internet. This is not a fad, and it is not a trend. This is a major core competency at our company and we are committed to excellence.

So again, I would like to invite you to join our quest. Please take a quick moment to follow me and then provide some feedback on what you would like to see in the future articles about Google Plus for real estate. You might just be surprised to see who has endorsed us in our real estate marketing practices.


#1 By Tom Horn at 7/11/2017 3:48 AM

Joe, I'm sure you will thrive on google plus considering your competency in other social media channels. I enjoy following you and always get great ideas from you to use in my own appraisal blog. Good luck!

#2 By Joe Manausa, MBA at 7/11/2017 3:48 AM

Thank you Tom. The learning curve is steep on this one ...

#3 By Luigi Cappel at 7/11/2017 3:48 AM

Hi Joe

I look forward to reading your blogs. I have just published an eBook about Buying Real Estate, Using Apps, Maps and Location Based Services and intend to follow that up with an eBook about selling real estate, along the same lines. I'm looking forward to reading your blogs and have of course followed you on Google+

#4 By Steve Sanders at 7/11/2017 3:48 AM

Hi Joe,

Thanks for a great article on Google+. As we are in the construction & real estate industry, we have just recently started using Google+ this year and are seeing good things come from it. Google+ usage is especially important since it correlates so strongly with SEO value and validating your brand in Google's eyes.

I look forward to reading more of your blog.


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