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News Release: National Real Estate Pages Kicks Google In The Shins

NEWS RELEASE

National Real Estate Pages Kicks Google In the Shins

By Ernest O’Dell – Editor In Chief, Texas

(USA) National Real Estate Pages eliminates hours of searching for real estate by consumers, making search engines almost obsolete. Real Estate has become one of the biggest search terms on the Internet and has almost become a national pastime.

Search engines like Google, MSN and Yahoo haven’t figured it out yet…

The National Real Estate Pages have come in like the “new kid” on the block and just “strummed” the neighborhood bully. Google is still trying to figure out how, and why, they can’t drive local traffic to the county and city level like NationalRealEstatePages.com.

By the time they figure it out, it will be too late for the search engines.

This is good news for buyers and sellers, because now they can go directly to their county and city and list their homes or search for one for FREE.

When the NationalRealEstatePages.com launched their flagship site on September 19, 2007, they immediately started seeing an explosion of traffic to their site. The servers were going crazy with all the bandwidth!

The National Real Estate Pages is only the first of 300 unique ULS (Universal Local Search) sites, which allow users to search for real estate in their local areas by location.

The National Real Estate Pages is a new search technology that brings all local real estate properties and services together into one, easy to navigate site, eliminating the need to search the Internet for hours on end.

Think of it like your Yellow Pages, the classifieds, or CraigsList for all your real estate needs

says Fred Miller, Founder and CEO.

National Real Estate Pages is increasing its exponential exposure and visits each day on raw “viral” search—without going through search engines. They have had over 1 million unique visits in the last 90 days from over 40 different countries.

Residential and commercial real estate for sale and rent, apartment and vacation rentals, ranch and rural properties, land for sale or lease, investment properties for sale or lease, business opportunities for sale, foreclosures, short sales, and FSBO (For Sale By Owners), as well as a comprehensive directory of all real estate related service providers can all be found on one site.

“The best part of all is it’s free for those that want to list their properties for sale or rent” says Miller. “We believe that the most efficient and logical way for sellers, landlords and agents to market their properties on the net is to bring the consumers to their products, not to bring the products to the consumer. By putting your inventory and services in one place, you make it easy for the consumer to find you, ‘one site fits all.’ It’s like a local, virtual shopping mall for everything real estate related,” says Miller.

Listings will be featured with 10 photos, virtual tours links and can easily be searched by area, price, size etc. as well as a convenient mapping feature.

The company rolled out its next ULS sites for the automotive industry at www.nationalautomotivepages.com which is creating a truly viral, local, auto mall.

Each county site will have 50 industry exclusive slots for businesses that want to take advantage of the targeted consumer traffic that is coming to each of the sites.

Ad slots are filling up fast, and once they’re taken, there will be no more room. Get your unique ad space now at The National Real Estate Pages by contacting Ernest O’Dell, Editor In Chief, at 888-874-7607 (toll free), or by email at eodell@intersolutionshome.com.

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