by Julia Perlmutter

The Power of Sharing to Social Networks


Last year, we wrote about the largest commercial real estate network in the United States. While many thought that this article was going to be about one of the many commercial listing sites, it was actually about LinkedIn and the power of social media. 

QuantumListing shares every listing to all of our social media channels, which is why our tagline is “Search for Free, Post for Less, Share Everywhere.” Not only do we share on our social media channels, but we also allow all our users to share to their own social media. With 243 million social networking site users in the United States alone spending 2 hours on social media a day, it is predicted that people will spend an average of 5 years and 4 months on social media sites in total throughout their lifetime, as seen below.


Thus, we believe it’s safe to say that your listings will get visibility on social media channels. In fact, 20 percent of QuantumListing traffic in 2019 came from social media, a rate that doubled from the previous year. 

That’s why all of your listings on QuantumListing can be shared to your LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and it is very easy to do. To see for yourself, watch this video to see how you can share a listing to LinkedIn in less than 60 seconds.

Not only can you share any listing to your social media accounts, you can also share your entire profile. So, if you’d like to share all your listings to your company’s Facebook page, you can do so easily with the click of a button.

Don’t worry, it doesn’t stop there. Here at QuantumListing, we believe in the power of social networks. You can even create a Listing Report where you select as many listings of your choice and group them all together. And yes, you can then share that report to social media.

We truly believe that social media is one of the biggest real estate networks out there and we have had several guests come on our webinars to prove it. Click here to read our blog posts from our webinar Social Media… Is It Really Worth It Part 1 and Part 2 with ATYPICAL’s Sarah Malcolm and Amanda Bowen.