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pixelray private msg quote post Address this user
I posted on this a while back and got some all over the board answers. Hoping someone has some good info for an update to this.

If an agent is a Realtor.com paid subscriber, can they add MP links? I know they aren't getting picked up like Zillow does.

But if they aren't paid subscribers or if there isn't a way to input the MP address into a Virtual Tour field, could they just add in the text description something like this: "See the 3D tour here: www.3DtourExample.com"?
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There are two ways virtual tours get into national sites. Through MLS feed and manual addition when agent is logged into their realtor/zillow type of account.

You can go into realtor account and put in URL that is branded depending on MLS rules.

One thing to think about. Sometimes what your agent puts in may get overridden by the broker feed or MLS feed. If you PM me I cen help for free. I have 22 years of real estate idx experience and work with companies like zillow behind the scenes on idx syndication issues
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Last I saw, the virtual tour link is not displayed on mobile devices for realtor.com as some VTs ran on flash which is not mobile friendly so they disabled it to protect the user experience
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