Top producing agents and brokers often say real estate is about relationships, not sales. And as the Internet becomes a larger part of everyone's daily lives, those business-dependent relationships will be increasingly developed, nurtured and started online. That's why real estate's most popular sites -- Zillow, Trulia and realtor.com -- are focused on building out agent profile pages to give consumers detailed insights including client ratings and reviews and transaction data that give agents a chance to showcase their strengths. Today, Trulia revamped its agent profiles in a big way, presenting reviews instead of recommendations, five-star ratings instead of a "thumbs up," along with a mobile-optimized design, larger photos, streamlined navigation and an overhauled display of ag...
May 19, 2014 by Paul Hagey
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