New Option Allows Automatic Renewal of Kijiji Ads

by Chris on January 28, 2013

Landlords and Property Managers can say goodbye to daily manual postings of rental ads.

Kijiji, Canada’s most popular online classifieds website, and Toronto-based RentSeeker.ca, Canada’s leading Internet listing service, announced they have partnered to offer joint listing options with automatic syndication.

Once landlords place property ads on RentSeeker.ca, they can now opt to sign up to have the ads syndicate automatically as an additional service through Kijiji.

Kijiji — which means “village” in Swahili — connects ten million buyers and sellers each month, with local sites for more than 100 cities and towns across the country.

“This partnership gives us the ability to make posting to Canada’s leading Real Estate website that much easier for the Real Estate industry and Property Management community,” says John Graham, Head of Real Estate at Kijiji, “and we’re really excited to be working together with a company as creative and innovative in online marketing for the Real Estate industry as RentSeeker.”

Chaim Rivlin, President and CEO of RentSeeker.ca adds, “Kijiji has the reputation and know-how required to complement our range of services. This syndication model is going to take apartment marketing to the next level.”

Toronto-based RentSeeker offers an extensive range of options, including video production, 3-D floor plans and social media marketing.

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