LoopNet, a large online commercial real estate marketplace, will begin sending certain property listings from its marketplace to major search engines and more than 100 online newspaper Web sites, the company said this week.
LoopNet’s Showcase Property Listings will get added exposure on search engines, including Google, Google Base and Yahoo, and newspaper Web sites, including The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, Dallas Morning News, Miami Herald, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the American City Business Journals Online and The Wall Street Journal (for sale properties only).
LoopNet says its commercial real estate marketplace receives 998,000 unique visitors monthly according to comScore Media Metrix.
The LoopNet marketplace covers all commercial property categories, including office, industrial, retail, multifamily (apartment properties for sale), hotel, land, specialty properties and businesses for sale. LoopNet has more than 2.75 million registered members and the LoopNet marketplace features more than $500 billion of property available for sale and 4.3 billion square feet of space for lease.
The company is publicly traded on the Nasdaq composite index, under the ticker symbol, “LOOP”.
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