It's easy to upload and syndicate your high-res images
Most Realtors now take high-res photos of their properties, but accept the decrease in size and quality that occurs when submitting those images to their MLS. Unfortunately, those resulting low resolution images are most often the images that get distributed to other real estate listing sites.
AdMaster™ clients can easily re-upload their high-res images and optimize their online marketing across the web.
Companies that use AdMaster™ to syndicate their listing data and images to popular real estate sites can benefit from the easy upload capabilities in AdMaster™. Every destination then receives the original high-res images that can typically be displayed in full-screen mode.
Companies that use AdMaster™ to build virtual tours can get a real-time high-res presentation anywhere the virtual tour is fed – even when sent in IDX feeds. Regardless of the destination site’s ability to display a full-screen image, our VisTours are capable of showing your images in high-resolution full-screen mode.
HTML email marketing
AdMaster’s email marketing and HTML advertising initially delivers an HTML presentation with right-sized images to increase speed and delivery of an HTML page or an email to the destination inbox. But once displayed, clicking on an image calls the AdMaster™ servers to display the image in full-resolution in a new browser window.
Branding / watermarks
AdMaster™ will watermark your images on the fly as they are retrieved for different purposes. A broker is able to brand and/or copyright its syndicated images while using clean originals are applied to brochures, print applications and other pre-branded environments.
All of AdMaster’s feeds, regardless of destinations include or have links to the high-res images.
And high-res images allow our print clients to do more impressive marketing pieces using larger images.
From the DBA blog:
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