Monthly Archives: November 2013

Google Glass – The Future of Mobility

The new Google Glass has opened up a world of infinite possibilities. With a Google Glass you can achieve the impossible by just saying a few words. You can take a picture, record a video, share what you see, get … Continue reading

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How to Edit Your Real Estate Video Tour for Length

One thing that people struggle with as they begin using real estate video tours is keeping it within the appropriate length. Keeping the intro as concise as possible, and that’s good advice, because Internet users infamously have very short attention … Continue reading

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How to Beat Virtual Tours with a Real Estate Video Tour

Sometimes real estate agents and real estate professionals notice that their competition is using virtual tours, while they’re still only using pictures. The good news is, you can actually leap frog the competition by jumping right up to real estate … Continue reading

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Forget the Real Estate Video Tour Walk and Talk

The most common form of a real estate video tour isn’t the best one, as it turns out. Too many people fall back on something too simple, which is a walk and talk tour of the home. While that works … Continue reading

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Five Real Estate Image Enhancement Tips to Spruce Up a Listing

Once you get a potential buyer onto the page with a real estate listing, the most important element will be the images. While buyers may read a description, they’re going to pay a lot of attention to the images. It’s … Continue reading

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Android Leads in the Mobile OS War with 81% of the World Smartphone Market!

The Android operating system, owned by Google achieved a new milestone by accounting for 81.0% of all Smartphone shipments in the third quarter of 2013 ((3Q13).  The IDCs (International Data Corporation) Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker revealed that this was … Continue reading

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Don’t Over Crop Real Estate Images

One of the biggest mistakes that people make in real estate image editing is that they do too much cropping of some photos and not enough of others. People tend to cut down interior shots too much, making them too … Continue reading

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Beat the Competition with Real Estate Image Editing

Earlier, all it took to beat other real estate listings was to use a few images in your listings. Back when most online real estate listings did not even use pictures, getting to the top of the heap was easy. … Continue reading

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10 Guidelines on How to Outsource your App Development

Do you want a custom app for your business, but don’t have access to the right skills to pull it off in-house? Though there is no lack of app developers out there to help you, choosing the right developers can … Continue reading

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Top 5 Outsourcing Destinations to Look Out For

It is a known fact that India tops the list of world’s favourite outsourcing destinations. Ample number of skilled resources, use of latest technology, time zone advantages and cost-effective services are just a few of the reasons for India’s popularity. … Continue reading

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