Commercial Property firm starts campaign to educated people on social media

09/14/2012 (press release: Amoore9900) // Indianapolis, IN, USA // Alex Moore

In the ever changing commercial real estate markets consumers and professionals are always looking to new ways to communicate, and according to spokesman, “social media is an area that is often over looked in the commercial property marketing, and we are going to work to make sure people know what social media can offer.”

According to search engine stats over 49,000 people search each month for the term “commercial real estate” on alone. According to spokesman, “we feel the trends show that in the next few years you will see a growing focus on commercial real estate in the social media field, and this will require some education on how it works to some segments of the market.”

One of the topics covered on the website is what the different social media options are, and what are the uses for each topic. According to Spokesman, “Some social media channels are best used for linking with business professionals, while others are better for sending friendly messages to the consumer market.” The website features a video that touches on the different social media outlets, and what are the keys uses for each media channel.

In addition to social media education the website will continue to feature more general commercial real estate topics such as choosing a broker, leasing a business space, and commercial real estate markets. According to spokesman, “We will still continue our main focus of informing the public on commercial real estate trends, and information as well as focus on social media.”

The site in the past has been focused on the Houston TX real estate market the expansion into social media expands the site scope well beyond the traditional market. According to Spokesman, “social media is something that everyone involved in the commercial property market will come into contact with, and we will take a broad perspective on building information around this topic.”