Toolbar Keeps Agents on Top Toolbar Keeps Agents on Top

Here at Property Ad Guru, we have plenty of advice on how to make your website the best it can possibly be. But once property seekers leave your website and start looking on places like and, it becomes more difficult to ensure you stay top-of-mind.

That’s the issue US-based company is trying to solve with its newly-unveiled a browser toolbar, which keeps agents in contact with property seekers even while they’re looking through property portals. explains that the toolbar, which can be branded for agents, sits at the top of a home hunter’s browser window as they search for property. When they come across a listing they’re interested in, a few clicks sends an enquiry back to the agent with the property’s title and URL. The agent is then notified via email, and the inquiry is also saved in their account.

To access the toolbar, agents need to sign up for a “pro” subscription to, which costs US$99 per year.

Looking for more tips on how to track enquiries? Start with our article on knowing where your leads are coming from.

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1 Comment to Toolbar Keeps Agents on Top

  1. May 7, 2010 at 12:01 pm | Permalink

    It doesn’t cover Australia.

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