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New CEO outlines changes to reinvent Move Inc.

New CEO outlines changes to reinvent Move Inc.

Move.com and its daughter Web site Realtor.com have long held the top positions for the most traffic in the U.S. online property space. But faster and nimbler competitors have been steadily nipping at its heels, and now the company’s new president and CEO has acknowledged that, given the impact on the real estate industry of the worldwide recession, Move Inc. has no choice but to reinvent


New widgets at Zillow

New widgets at Zillow

Zillow has introduced three new widgets that put Zillow data on any Web site or blog by adding a small amount of code. The new widgets show most expensive homes, newest for sale homes, and recently sold homes. Clicking on a displayed home opens the Zillow page with that home’s listing.

A number of sites are already using the widgets including Wallyhood.org - a local blog focuse


ZipRealty and Zillow win spots in WebWare 100

ZipRealty and Zillow win spots in WebWare 100

Two companies providing online real estate listings have won WebWare’s 2009 “WebWare 100” prize: ZipRealty and Zillow. For the latter, WebWare cited Zillow’s ability for visitors to ask questions of sellers or agents without having to register. 

ZipRealty is a full-service, residential brokerage operating in 36 U.S. markets.

In the location-based s


Zillow iPhone app soars to #1 in r/e

Zillow iPhone app soars to #1 in r/e

We knew Zillow’s new iPhone app, released a week ago, would be popular. But its success exceeded even our expectations. The company's blog reported that Zillow's mobile app had 15,666 downloads in the first 24 hours, making it the number one real estate app in the Apple Ap


Zillow-Trulia death match on Twitter? Well, we wouldn’t go that far

Zillow-Trulia death match on Twitter? Well, we wouldn’t go that far

This is what you miss by not Twittering: a virtual smackdown between Trulia and Zillow --- all done in fun.

It started when a someone asked innocuously, "If an agent could choose only one, which should they use? Zillow or Trulia."

As it happened, Trulia and Zillow were listening, or in Twitter parlance, "following." It prompted a back-and-forth exchange between David Gibbo


Monthly visitors to Trulia down 21 percent

Monthly visitors to Trulia down 21 percent

No surprises here: monthly visitors to Trulia are down 21 percent according to data from Compete. Visits to Zillow are down too, by 7 percent.

The depressing news comes on the back of a Harris poll commissioned by Trulia which says that “70 percent of non-homeowners surveyed say they have no plans to purchase a new home in the next year.” Even worse: “92 percent of



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