December 17, 2010

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Updated to Find Most Visible Agent


International MLS and global referral network has announced a competition, to be held in conjunction with Inman News, that will search for the “most visible professionals” in real estate. The top 100 “most connected” professionals will be announced at the end of this month. The winners will be featured on, and the top 25 invited to a function sponsored by Inman News.

To enter, agents must fill out an online survey relating to their use of social media before 24 July, 2009. A statement from the company explains that “ and certified judges will then determine winners through an online weighting algorithm, especially developed for this search”.

Late last month, the website also announced new partnerships with three US based multiple listing services, gaining 23,000 members for its ProxioPro network. A Proxio Groups feature was also added to the service in mid-June, allowing ProxioPro members to collaborate through specialist communities.

Agents can join ProxioPro for free, but must upgrade to paid subscription packages to display their own listings and contact other members. In an interview with, co-founder and CEO Janet Case explained that the process of buying a property in France was the inspiration for the website:

“I found it to be a very difficult process with no MLS or shared information between agencies. There were serious market inefficiencies and no system that combined inventory and networking for agents.” was recently included in a list of finalists for the 2009 Inman Innovator Awards under the “most innovative web service” category. The website states that it has over 4,400 agencies across 65 countries and an inventory of over 110,000 listings.


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  1. The top 100 “most connected” will be a very interesting insight to see how social networking is impacting online media giving feedback due South or North.
    Amul Raj Desai
    Twitter - property1

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