The Unconditional Blog

The impartial voice of the industry

 
0

NZFarms.co.nz partners with Interest.co.nz

Posted on: June 13th, 2013 | Filed in Company News, Regional News, Website news

To ensure that your farm listings reach even more people, NZfarms.co.nz has recently partnered with popular news site interest.co.nz to display farming listings on a new Farms for Sale section within their site.

The new section appears on interest.co.nz within their rural news section.

Paul McKenzie, Marketing Manager of NZfarms.co.nz says, “This alliance is great news for New Zealand’s real estate farming agents; now together with interest.co.nz we can promote our listings to even more people.”

This is a great new way that we can ensure that your properties get more viewed by more people who are interested in Farming. It will also boost the public profile and awareness of NZfarms.co.nz

We are very excited by this development as a further means for NZfarms.co.nz to provide increased profile and advertising for our customers’ listings.

How it works: Interest.co.nz uses the API of Realestate.co.nz listings to populate their website. These include all the content of the listings including photos, description as well as agent contact details. By using the API the listings on Interest.co.nz are synchronised with Realestate.co.nz, so new listings and withdrawn listings are updated at the same time.

Keep an eye on this space. In the future we will be looking to feed other property types (such as Lifestyle homes, and commercial properties) to key partners within both NZ & Overseas.

NZFarms is a specialist website presenting the most comprehensive selection of farms and agricultural businesses on the market across NZ. At this time it features around 3,000 listings for all types of farms and agricultural land as well as over 10,000 lifestyle properties.

By Paul McKenzie, Marketing Manager, NZFarms.co.nz

If you have any comments or enquiries about the NZ Property Market or about marketing your farms online, please contact me via EmailGoogle, or Twitter

Post your views