Bay State REALTOR® Technology


Why Mobile Is Important in Real Estate
8/16/2012
In the next year, mobile phones will bypass desktop computer sales and become the primary platform for Internet browsing. Make sure you have a useful and effective mobile website.

Protecting and Caring for Your New Laptop or Tablet
7/31/2012
August is the best time of year to purchase a new laptop or tablet. Learn the best options to extend the life of your new device and how to keep it clean .

Cloud Storage Comparison
7/17/2012
This is an exciting time for Realtors taking advantage of the cloud storage services online.

What is Pinterest?
6/22/2012
Pinterest is a visual social media website that lets you organize and share all of the interesting things that you find on the web. See are a few real estate-related items you can add to your Pinterest.

Facebook Timeline – What Does it Mean for REALTORS®?
5/1/2012
Facebook Timeline has officially rolled out to business pages and interactions with followers have significantly changed allowing businesses to get more creative with their marketing and branding.

Securing Your Android Smartphone
4/30/2012
Mobile device threats are on the rise. So, what is a REALTOR or business professional to do?

Social Media's Plus One: How Google+ Can Help Boost your SEO Rankings
2/27/2012
It’s not surprising that after Google took the reins off their newest Social Media platform, that REALTORS® would start to consider what effect it would have on their websites’ search engine rankings.

The Insider: Let the Tools Show Your Expertise
12/15/2011
We all have seen how sellers and buyers are being very cautious in choosing a Realtor®, so it’s important to convince them of our expertise.Over the years,

Social Media: Reap the Benefits without Burning Out
12/15/2011
Five tips to staying active on social media.

HTML5 is coming. Are you ready?
10/31/2011
All websites are developed using HTML, which is the blueprint for the way your website is going to look and feel. There are multiple new features being integrated into HTML5 that you should be excited about