Search terms feed
We have extended the RealKi questions feed so that consumer search terms are now also syndicated. Real estate professionals can get notified on new consumer search terms and build the content by following the trail of actual inquiries. This is similar to Yahoo's and Google's top keywords list but RealKi's feed provides insight to home buyers' and sellers' area of interest. This is business intelligence for real estate.
Subscribe to the feed of search terms at http://feeds.feedburner.com/Realkicom-QuestionsFeed
or visit RealKi to see the recent inquiries
From the real estate professionals point of view, this solves an
important problem. The RealKi system supposed to deliver a healthy
balance between neutral, credible, non-biased content and exposure to
the real estate professionals who contribute the content. The problem
up till now was, that experts could not tell whether their article will
be searched for at all. They may spend time on building the content
database without consumers searching for that content at all. Now the
direction of information flow is changed. You can contribute content to
RealKi upon receiving notification on what home buyers and sellers are
To get the maximum exposure for your contribution make sure, that you create your RealKi profile. Every article you edit has your signature link at the bottom. Visitors can review your contact info and business profile by clicking on your profile link at the Authors section. To edit your profile, log in to RealKi and use the first link on the top left under the Personal Tools section.
Recent articles feed
This is mostly for consumers but applicable to real estate experts too. Home buyers and sellers can subscribe to the "Recent Articles" feed and receive notification on new articles posted by experts. As opposed to the already available change tracking RSS, this feed syndicates only new articles, hence providing an easy notification platform to track content as they become available. For example: a home buyer searches for some term, experts recieve notification via the "Recent search terms" feed, experts contribute to the content. If a homebuyer is registered to the "Recent Articles" feed, he or she gets notification on new articles submitted on his or her inquiry. This closes the circle of interaction via an easy to use RSS based notification platform