A Seller Wants to Know Where on the Web You're Marketing Their Home:
You can email them links to the pages, and that is a good solution. But what if you want to comment verbally as well? An online service called the Jing Project will allow you to build a quick video of screen shots with your voice overlay for comments.
A Buyer Can't Be There, But Wants Photos and Comments From You:
You go out there and take a photo of the view from the master bedroom, and another of the gated entry at the road. Of course, you can go back and email the images to them. But, what if you need to clarify something? You can type it all in the email, or you can just capture the photos with your voice commentary. Again, this is what the Jing Project does.
How Does Jing Work?:
You can grab your headset and do voice commentary for your mini-video, currently a five minute limit. I took some old photos I had of a property in Northern NM, and I took about five minutes to build this video with comments.
How Did I Do That?:
It took all of five minutes, at the end of which, I was given options. I could send it in an email as a link to its place on Screencast.com, or send a link in an Instant Message, place a link on my website, or embed the video in my blog.
How Much Does It Cost?:
I use Screencast.com for video storage of training videos at a higher quality than I can get on YouTube. I currently pay $89 per year for a huge storage space, so I doubt that accounts for Jing will be expensive. At any rate, it's free now, so you might want to use it for a while.
Technology Tools Can Differentiate You In Your Market:
I plan on doing some short video commentaries on market trend charts, as well as a short video of screen shots on how I prepare a CMA, Comparative Market Analysis. I bet that you can come up with some great ideas as well.