You need a combo/mix. You need to advertise, blog, answer questions, post listings, and generally be everywhere at once. Do you have the schedule for that? It's ultra time consuming.
Scott Miller, Realty Associates, Boca Raton, FL
You're better off contacting one of us via ad or profile to find out. Broadcasting success leads to everyone doing what you are doing on websites. No one wants to find the answer, people are waiting to see it given.
It's a good question, just ask it in a different spot... personally and not in a public forum.
Hope this helps answer your question
I would like to know a good answer for your question, I got few emails saying I found you on Trulia and all were B.S..
I think you have to to try and see if is good for you and your company, remember any tipe of marketing is good.
If you call them and ask for help, they will simply ask you to buy more zip codes or trulia pro deluxe iroman superman premium platiniumplatinium membership. Not a fun experience.
Plus the worst part is that your leads are not exclusive. The buyer can choose to contract every agent at once.
I tried Realtor.com local ads and had nothing there.
A lot of data on Trulia is too old, unfortunately...so leads are disappointed...and I get leads for areas I don't service/advertise instead of those that I do...
Beachfront Realty, Inc.
I just sent you an email with several testimonials we've received from very happy customers who use Trulia Pro and/or Local Ads.
If anyone else would like to review those, let me know and I'll send them your way as well. You can also review the success stories shown on this page: http://www.trulia.com/agents/
One thing I do know is that customers do go to the site. You can tell by the questions. Sometimes I get mail "I found you on Trulia" but I don't know what is spam and what is not. Trulia can't tell either, I asked them.
Not to put the onus on you but I would be interested to know what you find out. I am going to investigate, too