Community Elf, aPittsburgh digital and social media marketing firm, is legally splitting from parent company Rent Jungle to become an independent agency focused solely on social brand management and online marketing. Founded in 2011, Community Elf was developed as a brand of Rent Jungle, the ...

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Community Elf (www.communityelf.com) launches, combining the most customizable social media solutions with the best technology to date. With Community Elf generated content, automated inventory tabs, and dedicated account representatives, Community Elf offers the most efficient social media solutions at the most affordable rates.

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Rent Jungle has partnered with Walk Score.com to promote neighborhood, city, and personal health using original Walk Score data. Rent Jungle will now show how high each apartment and rental house ranks in relation to its proximity of local amenities within walking distance.

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Rent Jungle has partnered with Property Solutions, streamlining the listing process and expanding the reach of listings for apartment managers.

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Rent Jungle has been given an official honoree status from the 15th annual Webby Awards, an honor given to the top 15 percent of the 8,000 sites submitted this year...

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Rent Jungle has raised an additional $300,000 in angel round funding; supporting the expansion its apartment search engine to serve well over 500,000 unique visitors per month...

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Rent Jungle today has expanded its industry-first housing search engine for use in the U.S. and Canada, allowing apartment hunters to search using fetching and indexing technologies previously unveiled in 2010 for the US market. Canadian users can expect the largest aggregation of listings and a map based apartment search function, and can soon expect rental statistic data for cities and neighborhoods.

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During the third quarter of 2010, the average rent for an apartment in the United States increased by 5% from the prior quarter to $1,356 according to Rentjungle.com (http://www.rentjungle.com), an apartment search and market research website.

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Rent Jungle (www.rentjungle.com) today unveiled an industry-first web site, allowing apartment and rental-house hunters to search the contents of listings from thousands of other web sites using spidering and indexing technologies similar to that of a search engine, but dedicated exclusively to the rental housing industry.

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During the first quarter of 2010, the average rent for an apartment in the United States has remained flat at $1,635 according to Rentjungle.com (http://www.rentjungle.com), an apartment search and market research website.

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