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Kyero XML Feed

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11 years 3 weeks ago #12233 by stevek
stevek replied the topic: Re: Kyero XML Feed
I need rightmoves.co.uk too,

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11 years 3 weeks ago #12234 by JustinS
JustinS replied the topic: Re: Kyero XML Feed
what abouts primelocation.com stevek? :blink:

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11 years 3 weeks ago #12235 by stevek
stevek replied the topic: Re: Kyero XML Feed
I had considered it too, but these portals are so expensive to list in you have to be choosy,
kyero is very cheap compared to rightmoves, does it generate enough leads to justify the dosh?

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11 years 1 week ago #12594 by ssandlan
ssandlan replied the topic: Re: Kyero XML Feed
Right Move would be a brilliant addition, It is the main property website our clients use and we have also potentially got a few other clients that would need this I think so it would be great to say if this would be possible! :-)

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11 years 1 week ago #12597 by tim
tim replied the topic: Re: Kyero XML Feed
Hi guys-- sorry I lost track of this request. I did build a working beta of the kyero import, and export as well.

When you request the feeds, please specify if you mean inbound or outbound-- writing an outbound feed to syndicate your IP listings to an external site that will then consume the data is easy-- it normally only takes a couple hours. If you're handy with PHP you can copy an existing feed and see how it's done.

To import data into IP from another service (an inbound feed) is much more difficult, since you have to tailor the import to work with the format of the data provider, as well as schedule the process to handle the import. We will not handle these type of feed imports except as a service offering (that is, for cash! ;) ) since they're a lot more time consuming.

The outbound feeds we will consider doing if there's enough users asking for them.

Thanks

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11 years 1 week ago #12602 by stevek
stevek replied the topic: Re: Kyero XML Feed
a feed from ip to kyero would be fine for me, and the sooner the better B)

an important feature would be the ability to turn each property on or off the feed, something like a "kyero feed checkbox"

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