SEO Real Estate Marketing Organization Announces New MLS Data Import Export Module
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Tampa, FL (PRWEB) October 07, 2013
A Florida company ARME Realty.com has announced the release of their newest real estate SEO marketing tool for real estate web developers and online marketers. They have released their newest custom suite of solutions for the import or export of MLS data into a clients Joomla or Wordpress based website.
The company has created dozens of custom import routines that can pull in XML, CSV, or RETS data essentially allowing the broker client to integrate this property data into their existing Joomla or Wordpress based websites. The company and their team has also handled data feeds from Vebra, REAXML, XML2U, ListHUB, Kyero, and more.
Simon Landers, spokesperson for the company states, "The result is a seamless melding of the style of our property management product with the data from a clients MLS membership. Our system can easily import or export all existing MLS data via a CSV file or other custom feed solution. All site functionality works just like normal. The clients' listings are imported automatically, with no intervention required, and the client is free to enhance their site with all of the amazing extensions available to Joomla or Wordpress, including blogs, guest books, video galleries, commenting tools, and much, much more. Our system also includes pre-built outbound XML feed views for Zillow and Trulia, allowing our broker clients to push data to these popular property portal sites automatically."
The company has announced that their initial pricing is set at a flat rate of $297.00. The company has also offered to install the platform on a clients website free of charge. Additional modules and customizations are available for advanced users in need of more robust solutions.
For more information about ARME Realty.com and their services contact the organization at (727) 459-8841 or visit their website today.
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