Atlanta Real Estate Forum Ranked as Top 30 Atlanta Blog

CARTERSVILLE, Ga. — Atlanta Real Estate Forum is thrilled to announce that it has been included on Feedspot’s list of Top 30 Atlanta Blogs. Feedspot is a modern RSS reader that curates the best content from blogs all over the world. Readers can follow their favorite blogs on Feedspot and enjoy their content in one place without having to monitor all their favorite websites for new posts.

The recently released Top 30 Atlanta Blogs list was selected based on several criteria. Using search and social metrics, Feedspot determined the best blogs in Atlanta based on Google reputation and Google search ranking, influence and popularity on Facebook, Twitter and other social sites, quality and consistency of posts and the expert opinion of Feedspot’s editorial team.

Additional ranked blogs include Atlanta Magazine, Things to Do in Atlanta, Arts ATL, The Falcoholic, Curbed Atlanta, Eater Atlanta, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle, Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty and KNOWAtlanta.Atlanta Real Estate Forum took the No. 20 spot on the list.

"[Atlanta Real Estate Forum] focuses on promoting new homes in the metro Atlanta area to consumers and industry insiders. From community grand openings, model homes, amenities and more, you’ll find the latest news here," Feedspot said. The real estate blog also boasts 9,314 Facebook fans, 4,251 Twitter followers and an Alexa Ranking of 2,224,909.

Since 2006, Atlanta Real Estate Forum has provided the latest in news on Atlanta’s new home building and real estate industries. Check with Atlanta Real Estate Forum daily for news on new home building developments, real estate listings, home design trends, home maintenance tips and more.


About Atlanta Real Estate Forum:
Atlanta’s favorite award-winning real estate blog, Atlanta Real Estate Forum, is dedicated to promoting Atlanta real estate trends and news. The blog promotes news of interest to consumers and industry insiders from community grand openings, model homes, amenities and more. For more information, visit

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