New “Weaponized” Facebook Fan Pages Excite Real Estate Agents


Chicago, IL – February 4, 2011 – (RealEstateRama) — Susan, a seasoned Real Estate agent, spent hours on her Facebook Fan page trying to attract home buyers and prospects but had poor results. Today her social network is steadily growing as a source of business and she spends less than 5 minutes a week working on it.

Susan now uses MyFanLink for Real Estate, the newest offering from Impact Social Networks based in Chicago. MyFanLink is an add-on service for Facebook fan pages that includes custom provided content, marketing enhancements and technologies which transform the ordinary Facebook page into a powerful sales and networking tool.

Agents who have experienced MyFanLink rave about it. The service starts with a full featured and professionally designed fan page being established for the agent. From there the agent can choose how aggressively they want to grow their social network. The service does all the work and requires no technical or social networking skills to operate. The service is light on the pocketbook at only $19.95 per month.

One of the highlights of the new service is that agents no longer need to remember to update their pages. The MyFanLink real estate editors create quality content and post it on the agents behalf. MyFanLink pages are never out of date or stale.

“Regular Facebook Fan pages are a hassle to customize and hard to get results from. We use our technology and expertise to do the work for the agent so they can do what they do best – sell properties”, said company spokesman John Nesbit. “One happy person said we had ‘weaponized’ Facebook for real estate and the term stuck.”

Agents who are interested in more information about MyFanLink for Real Estate can see example pages and learn more at

John Nesbit, MyFanLink for Real Estate

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