Dwellicious Pro Tips

One of our customers sent in a great tip for using Dwellicious Pro to generate new client leads.  What he does is include a link to his Dwellicious Pro signup page on both his website and his blog, with some messaging that says “I’ve got a great new FREE service to help you organize, share, and discuss the internet search for your next home.  Click on the Dwellicious logo below to sign up!”

The link and graphic you want to include can be found on your My Dashboard page in the section titled “Your Client Invite Url”.  You’ll notice that your client invite url looks like this:  http://dwellicious.com/<yourusername>/signup.  This url ensures that your clients are signing up as part of your network, versus random consumers who come to the site on their own and signup at http://dwellicious.com/signup.

When a client clicks on that link and signs up for free in your network, you will receive an e-mail notification with their name and e-mail address, plus they will be added to your client list in your Dashboard.  You can then keep an eye on bookmarks they are making across the internet, add your own bookmarks to their listings stream, and communicate with them through Dwellicious discussions or e-mail.

Do you have any tips?  Leave them below in the comments and we’ll expand on them in a future Pro Tips article.

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3 Responses to “Dwellicious Pro Tips”


  1. 1 Robin Fenchel February 11, 2009 at 2:08 pm

    Hi,
    Does Dwellicious have the same features as ListingBook? Just curious to hear, since I have ListingBook.com through SOCAL MLS.

  2. 2 Dan Woolley February 11, 2009 at 2:17 pm

    Robin – I’m not totally familiar with all the functions of ListingBook, but I think what it does is allow agents to push suggested listings out to their clients. Dwellicious is the same in that it allows you to push suggested listings out to your clients, but it’s different in that it allows clients to search for properties on the web at any of the major search portals and select their own listings to bookmark. The agent can then see what listings their clients are bookmarking. So, in addition to pushing listings to clients, Dwellicious allows clients to pull their own listings.

    Take a look at the video for Dwellicious – the consumer stuff – at http://dwellicious.com. Then look at the video for Dwellicious Pro – the professional agent stuff – at http://dwellicious.com/pro. Let us know if you have any more questions at support at dwellicious dot com.

  3. 3 Robin Fenchel February 11, 2009 at 2:23 pm

    I’ll check out Dwellicious (I’ve signed up, I believe), to see what the differences are between the two. I’ll use Dwellicious especially if it’s more user friendly than ListingBook. 🙂
    Thanks for the quick reply.
    Best regards,
    Robin


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