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Best time to upload properties onto property portals revealed

first_imgHome » News » Marketing » Best time to upload properties onto property portals revealed previous nextMarketingBest time to upload properties onto property portals revealedProperty portal Zoopla reveals which times of the day during the week are best to upload listings in order to drive the greatest number of leads.Nigel Lewis18th April 201902,783 Views Portal property listings should be launched on Monday evenings at 8pm to get the most leads, it has been claimed.Research by property portal Zoopla among its listings shows that adverts for rental properties gain the most leads if they go live on a Monday evening while sales properties do best on a Wednesday evening.The worst times for both kinds of listing is Friday evening, when everyone’s relaxing after a long week at work.The data shows that many renters and buyers complete their online home-hunting research during the week and then book-in their viewings to be completed at the weekend, the research suggests.“We always strive to provide our agents with the best insights to inform their marketing strategies,” says Charlie Bryant, Managing Director of Zoopla (left).“By listing in the late afternoon they will likely experience the highest proportion of buyers and renters sending leads in the evening.”The guidance from Zoopla follows similar data last week that revealed how the first hour of a property’s listing is the most important and that between 11% and 12% of all leads arrive in the first hour, and that over a third arrive within a listing’s initial seven days on a .Rightmove has published similar data in its ‘Little Blue Book’ publication recently, also pointing to the listings ‘sweetspot’ being between 8pm and 9pm, although its data points to weekday lunchtimes coming a close-run second to the early evenings. Rightmove portal listings Charlie Bryant Zoopla April 18, 2019Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more


DALESSIO, MARY K.

first_img70, a resident of Bayonne passed away in Hospice Care at a family home in Warren, NJ on July 30, 2017. Born in Hoboken and raised in Newark, Mary graduated from Mt. Saint Dominic Academy in Caldwell and, Caldwell College. She earned a Masters Degree in Psychology and Counseling from Penn State University. Mary was a lifelong teacher, dedicating her life to Catholic Education and Parish Religious education programs at Saint Andrew and St. Mary Star of the Sea schools in Bayonne. Mary was a sister to John Dalessio and his wife Kathie, Michael Dalessio and his wife Annette, Sister Elizabeth Dalessio, MPF, Joan Dalessio, and Therese Butler and her husband Thomas; a friend to Pat Morris; and a cousin to Maria Giotis. Mary also leaves behind an extended family of nieces and nephews and their children, as well as many cousins and friends. Mary was predeceased by her parents, John and Grace (nee: Badaracco). In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Mary may be made to Blessed Miriam Teresa Demjanovich Parish, Food Pantry or to the Religious Teachers Filippini, Saint Joseph Infirmary, c/o Sister Ascenza Tizzano, MPF, Villa Walsh, 455 Western Ave, Morristown, NJ 07960. Funeral arrangements by MIGLIACCIO Funeral Home, 851 Kennedy Blvd.last_img read more


Drug Dealer Busted in Bolivia for Second Time in Four Years

first_imgBy Dialogo November 21, 2012 On November 18, for the second time in four years, the Bolivian Police arrested a drug trafficker that smuggled drugs across the Amazon, and who was based in the northern department of Pando, near the Brazilian border, informed the Ministry of Interior. “Minister of Government Carlos Romero, confirmed the arrest of Mauro Vásquez, one of the most wanted and dangerous drug traffickers that was established in Pando,” said the government office in a statement to AFP. Mauro Vásquez was arrested for the first time in 2008, but it was not known until now that he had escaped from prison in the city of Cobija, in Pando, near the Brazilian border. Minister Romero added that “this is a very important individual in drug trafficking; we had been chasing Mauro Vásquez for a long time.” He also said that “the police operation concluded in the border city of Cobija, where Vásquez set up a criminal structure to traffic drugs through the Bolivian Amazon.” According to the U.S. State Department, Bolivia is the second producer of cocaine worldwide, after Colombia and ahead of Peru.last_img read more


Mason City man facing weapons charges files guilty plea

first_imgMASON CITY — A Mason City man arrested last month on weapons charges after allegedly wielding a large knife out in public is now pleading guilty.23-year-old Anthony Klimke was charged with interference with official acts while in possession of a dangerous weapon after an incident on the evening of December 12th. Klimke ran from police with an eight-and-three-quarters inch silver knife in his hand after they were called to the 700 block of North Federal.Police say they later found Klimke in the 700 block of North Washington on some playground equipment, waving the knife around and not listening to commands from the officers.Klimke originally pleaded not guilty to the charges on January 4th and his trial was scheduled to start on February 19th, but online court records indicate that he’s now pleaded guilty to the simple misdemeanor of interference with official acts as well as assault by displaying a dangerous weapon.No sentencing date has been set.last_img read more


Palm Beach County principal passes away due to coronavirus

first_imgA Palm Beach County principal passed away on Tuesday after he was diagnosed with the coronavirus.Principal Reno Boffice at the Palm Beach Maritime Academy, a K-12 public charter school, received a plasma transfusion on Monday but by Tuesday his oxygen was low and he had to use a ventilator.School officials do not believe Boffice had contact with anyone at Palm Beach Maritime Academy while he was sick.last_img


Golf in England is more accessible than ever

first_img Golf clubs in England are more accessible and inclusive than ever before, according to new research.Feedback from England Golf’s 2012 Golf Club Membership Questionnaire shows that clubs are becoming increasingly flexible and customer-focused as they strive to attract new golfers and to recruit and retain members.The main findings of the research are highlighted in the Results Booklet, which  includes information and ideas for golf clubs. The survey also helps England Golf to direct national strategy and to show where resources will be best used in future.Richard Flint, England Golf’s Development Manager, said: “These are very difficult times for golf clubs, both in terms of the economy and overcoming the effects of the wettest summer for 100 years. But, it is encouraging to see clubs responding to these challenges in creative and imaginative ways and putting their customers at the heart of everything they do.“England Golf is here to support golf clubs and we urge clubs to take advantage of this and to work with their County Golf Partnership (CGP) to recruit and retain members.”Altogether,  81% of clubs which have maintained or increased their membership figures over the last two years are working with their County Golf Partnership and/or are involved in England Golf programmes.In total, 25% of golf clubs which responded to the questionnaire have experienced an increase in members in the last two years. This is despite an overall drop in membership nationwide. England Golf will be examining these golf clubs in more detail to establish how they are achieving success.According to the research, more golf clubs are offering a range of membership categories, including flexible, corporate, student and intermediate.They are adopting a wider range of initiatives to attract members and increasingly working with their County Golf Partnerships to recruit and retain players. Over the past four years, the CGP network has introduced more than 154,000 people to golf, with 4200 memberships reported to date.Clubs are also becoming more innovative in their promotion and marketing, with a marked growth in the use of social media alongside established communication.Almost all clubs which responded (94%) have membership vacancies and a growing number of clubs are abandoning entrance fees. More clubs are also staggering fees over the transition period from junior to adult ranks.The encouraging trends are also reflected within clubs’ junior sections. More clubs (62%) now have a Child Welfare Officer – highlighting the importance of safeguarding within the golf club environment.More clubs are doing away with specific demands around junior playing standards and course restrictions, demonstrating that U18s are increasingly seen as an integral part of the club. This is reflected by the number of clubs – now 600 – which have achieved the GolfMark Award from England Golf in recognition of their junior and beginner friendly facilities.In addition, a growing number of clubs now allow juniors to play in all adult/main competitions. Almost all clubs (97%) offer group junior coaching and this is increasingly available to both members and non-members.The 2012 Golf Club Membership Questionnaire was returned by 40% (777) of affiliated golf clubs. 16 Jan 2013 Golf in England is more accessible than ever last_img read more