What’s DeedStreet You Ask?
DeedStreet is real estate in real time. Agents, mortgage pros, investors, and commercial brokers post tweets and ^tag them with their market abbreviation similar to StockTwits. Having said that, my first impression of DeedStreet versus StockTwits is that DeedStreet wins hands down in user appeal and functionality. Obuweb, having crafted such notable brand websites as GeekSquad and page.ly seem on first impression to have struck another home run with another beautiful design.
Doug Lazovick, Founder of DeedStreet pointed out in our discussion that consumers using social media appear to be desensitized to the online marketing efforts of agents and believes that a catalog of key tweets by market and subject in a central location that are indexable, give answers to seeking home buyers, sellers, investors and the like when they want it with your tweet as the result.
Other notables are that DeedStreet intends on getting the actual results right by using Twitter, before rolling into other new media spaces. Doug points out that as DeedStreet’s reach broadens, the ability to exploit results will broaden as well and they are meeting this challenge head on. DeedStreet will then open the door to obvious targets in social media such as Facebook and others, with a distant eye on property listings to round out the conversation in real estate.
Currently you can tag comments as ^REO, ^CRE, ^MTG, ^RENT, ^LSTG, and a second tag (^AUS for Austin) to narrow it locally. DeedStreet will grab your tags and your business related tweets and catalog them for crawl or direct search on DeedStreet- pretty simple really.
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