Archive for April, 2010
With the debut of Apple’s iPad this month, the digital book reading experience comes a bit closer to that of reading an actual printed volume. Whereas devices such as the popular Kindle present pages in black and white, the iPad displays realistic representations of actual pages that even turn as if they were made of paper.
Click here to read the Los Angeles Times’ in-depth comparison of the iPad versus the Kindle.
Our friends over at Graphic Language have just debuted the beta version of NewHomeFeed.com. This powerful marketing tool is sure to be a hit with new-home builders and the marketing companies that support them because it streamlines the entire process of uploading, updating and managing new home listings.
In the past, a home builder that wanted to promote one of its communities or homes on 10 different listing websites would have to input then upload the same information 10 separate times. With NewHomeFeed.com, the information gets input once then sent out to the selected websites simultaneously. Updating listing information is just as easy. NewHomeFeed.com users make the change once, then with the click of a button that change goes out to all the sites that listing is on.
NewHomeFeed.com also features powerful reporting tools that compare site-by-site performance, allowing you to evaluate and optimize your online media dollars.
Currently the beta version is free. Home builders interested in registering for a free trial can do so at NewHomeFeed.com. The next enrollment for approved beta trial users begins May 1, 2010. Check it out, and tell them red rocket LA sent you.