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Lumentus Social partners with Lone Wolf Real Estate Technologies

Partnership will to help real estate industry maximize effectiveness of social media

Aiming to help residential real estate industry maximize the effectiveness of social media, Lumentus Social, a social media software and solutions firm, has formed a partnership with Lone Wolf Real Estate Technologies Inc., a provider of residential real estate solutions and services in North America.

According to a release from the companies, the partnership will help the residential real estate industry use social media more effectively to expand their businesses and build relationships online.

"At Lone Wolf, we understand that social media plays an increasingly important role in building and maintaining client relationships," said Brian Friemel, Lone Wolf's executive vice president of brokerage services. "Brokers and agents want to do more using social media but don't seem to have enough time. Lumentus Social offers solutions that make the use of social media more consistent and easier."

The companies said that the partnership adds a “valuable component” to Lone Wolf's suite of solutions, enabling clients to use social media to build a “strong online presence and effectively engage” new and existing customers.

"Lone Wolf clients know that social media marketing is a vital component of their overall digital marketing strategy. While there is significant evidence that social media is highly effective, many are still struggling to execute," said Adam Selig, the CEO of Lumentus Social. "Through this partnership Lone Wolf clients will be empowered with best in class social media technology to help them achieve greater results via social media."

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