Postlets is Great, I mean Really Great. AND I NEED HELP WITH SCRIBEFIRE which AR Recommended

Real Estate Agent with ,GRI, Kiser Realty - The La Cita Group
I just bought into a couple of zip codes on Zillow to pump some more traffic into my pipeline. The sales person, let's just call him Joe told me that all I had to do to get my listings onto Zillow was to ADD A LISTING by entering THE ADDRESS, and everything else would be taken care of. Well I tried that, and what resulted was (with my further input) a line or two, listing the address of the property and the price with my "abbreviated" features. I took an immediated dislike to Joe, and searched around for a way to quickly syndicate to Zillow from some platform that was "free". You guessed it. came to the top of the list. In less than 15 minutes I had created a free postlets account, Created a listing: syndiacted it to Google Base, Oodle, HotPads, Trulia, DotHomes, Zillow, Backpage, Vast, Enormo, and others. Here is the listing to see what came of the effort (you can choose 3 sizes) and it is quite impressive. How much did it cost? NADA! and it saved me a ton of time. FYI - all I installed ScribeFire to assist me, and now my HTML editor in Active Rain No longer works. I cannot figure out how to set up Scribe Fire to blog to my active rain blog either. Any help out there?
Posted by

Jean C Kelly, GRI


Comments (2)

Liz and Bill Spear
Transaction Alliance 513.520.5305 - Mason, OH
Transaction Alliance Cincinnati & Dayton suburbs

Congratulations on finding a better way!

We've used postlets and both.  We got in early on while still in Beta, so we've  been grandfathered and kept up to 10 posts for free.  For listings 11 and up we go to postlets.  Fantastic for posting to Craigslist and other places, dressed up WAY better than four pictures and plain text!

Jun 29, 2010 11:38 AM
Jean Kelly
,GRI, Kiser Realty - The La Cita Group - Titusville, FL

That is my take,  Any help or experience with Scribe Fire?

It was recommended by AR for HTML editing, but I am yet to get it to work (can't figure out how to tell Scribe Fire to post to AR).

Not only that, but when I installed Scribe Fire to help, my HTML editor in AR stopped editing or creating new HTML code.

Jun 29, 2010 11:44 AM