Yomdel announces sponsorship of Estate & Letting Agents Top 1,000 Power League in association with Estate Agent Networking

 

Yomdel, the market-leading provider of 24/7 managed live chat solutions to the property industry, has joined forces with Estate Agent Networking to sponsor the Estate & Letting Agents Top 1,000 Power League.

The listing brings together the most progressive estate agents in the UK, measuring their social media engagement and reach across their communities. It reads as a Who’s Who of estate agents that have embraced digital to build new business relationships and grow their profile.

The leaderboard is open to all estate and letting agents, both independent and national agencies, and includes traditional and online agencies. Regular leading agencies include Scotland’s CKD Galbraith (@ckdgalbraith), Daniels from London (@DanielsLondon) and Abbot Fox (@abbotFox) from Norwich.

“Yomdel provides 24/7 live chat services to some of the most progressive estate agents in the UK, and it feels natural to support those who embrace digital as a way to communicate with their markets and prospective clients,” said Andy Soloman, Yomdel’s Founder & CEO.

“Our service creates an outstanding Digital Customer Experience through bringing human interaction online. We’re generating huge numbers of prized vendor and landlord leads for our clients, often out of hours,” he added.

Yomdel Live Lead gives estate and letting agents free fully staffed 24/7 live chat. Clients typically pay a nominal sum for leads generated via live chat in real time from their website visitors. It has proven to be a powerful proposition and users of the service report strong increases in the numbers of instructions for sales or lettings won.

Christopher Walkey, founder of Estate Agent Networking said “The idea behind the leaderboard is to collate the most active estate and letting agents across the UK who embrace social media in a free to join and enjoy raking system that updates weekly and entices friendly competition between agencies.

“Having Yomdel sponsoring the leaderboard is a great news as it shows how the growing importance of social media is filtering in to the estate/letting agency industry. What Estate Agent Networking is all about is bringing industry professionals closer together, allowing estate and letting agents an active platform to engage with industry service providers.

While the property advertising portals such as Rightmove and Zoopla attract the majority of house hunters in the UK, local estate agent websites also account for around 50% of all people active in the property market. However, only very few web visitors will ever register, fill in a contact form or pick up the phone. Yomdel solves that problem.

Among the brands using Yomdel are EweMove, Fine & Country, Thomas Morris, Balgores and many more.

The success of Yomdel Live Lead is also replicated for clients in the financial services, automotive and other sectors.

Watch a video explaining Yomdel Live Lead. http://youtu.be/1MnmNosz5hA

Download the free white paper: “The Future of Estate Agent Lead Generation” https://www.yomdel.com/yomdel-for-property/

About Yomdel
Yomdel is based in Billingshurst in West Sussex. It was the first company in the UK to offer 24/7 end-to-end live chat operator services and is the only company to specialise in property. Yomdel clients have live chat software and fully trained operators standing ready to engage with website visitors 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Yomdel’s live chat services can be used on any website for online sales, lead generation or customer service and support.

Companies that can benefit from Yomdel include everyone from very small, low traffic private businesses to global corporations.

For more information contact Andy Soloman on 01403 616000 or 07928 542917. Email andy.soloman@yomdel.com

Related links:
www.yomdel.com
http://www.facebook.com/letsyomdel
www.twitter.com/yomdel

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