Articles tagged as Website

5 Signs your Real Estate Website is Out of Date

No preamble, let’s get right down to it. Here are 5 signs your real estate website is out of date. 1. The site’s design hasn’t changed since George W. Bush was President It’s 2016. If your site’s design hasn’t changed in two terms of office, then it’s also as old as the very first iPhone, the housing market crash, and The Sopranos infamous series finale. In the tech world, there Continue Article

Best Real Estate Articles of the Month: September

Reading real estate blogs is  something I do on a daily basis and when I come across something interesting... I want to make sure I share it with you all. Here are my favorite real estate articles from the month of September. Enjoy! 40 Best Real Estate Investing Blogs and Podcasts Home Selling Tips For All Seasons | Fall Winter Spring Summer Real Estate Investing Just Got WAY Easier Continue Article

10 Things Your Website Should Do

Websites are one of the most important pieces of a brokerage’s digital presence. Websites are the most likely starting place during the home shopping phase. Home buyers complete an average of 11 searches before taking action on a real estate site. As such, getting clients to your site, keeping them on the site and keeping them coming back are all equally important in building your pipeline. Here Continue Article

4 Tips to Reconnect With Past Clients

Real estate is all about relationships. How often do you lose touch with your clients? Too often? Then, it is time to make some serious changes in your marketing strategy. Helping your clients buy their home is the first step to a long-lasting relationship! It is important to be in touch but do not overwhelm them. Why keep in touch you ask? Your past clients may help you in many ways: Continue Article

How To Build a Successful CTA

Leads are your lifeline. To grow a business, we plan and implement many strategies or campaigns to generate these leads. So, it’s important that your leads are able to contact you at the end of each campaign. You need to make it easy for them and you do that through call to action (CTA) buttons. In marketing, a CTA is generally an instruction to the audience to provoke an immediate response. There Continue Article

Quick Tips on How to Become a Successful Real Estate Blogger

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Blogging is the ‘in thing’ in the real estate industry. Almost everyone reads a blog and quite a few write them as well. We all know that the majority of home buyers start their buying journey online and blogs are a great platform to secure your online presence, build a following and ensure your listings receive the exposure they need. Here are some simple tips to write a successful blog: 1. Continue Article

Fail to Plan, Plan to Fail: 5 quick tips for DIY real estate videos

Cut out all the noise about video production. 4k, sensor size, Canon, Sony, Nikon—forget about all of that. When it comes to DIY video production, what matters most is the content you produce and the cost-effectiveness of that production. In other words, what really matters is that you make something pretty and don’t take too much time doing it. Here are 5 quick tips to help you with DIY Continue Article

How to Drive More Traffic to Your Real Estate Website

Guest post courtesy of Kurt Jacobson // Converting leads in the online environment is not an easy thing to achieve. It is not just a matter of bringing people to your website and letting things run their course, although that is the place where you must start. Ok, let’s assume that you have a decent real estate website as far as functionality and the visual side are concerned. Continue Article

Why You’re Not Generating Real Estate Leads Online: A 5-point troubleshooting guide

It takes a lot of work to build and support a digital lead generation strategy. There are certain mandatory components of your online presence that must be fulfilled in order to effectively attract potential clients and capture their information. The worst thing you can do is to undermine the cumulative effect of your efforts by making one crucial omission in your online strategy. The following Continue Article