REALTOR.com announced that they will no longer feed portals such as MSN and the likes. Instead they will be focusing on there own infrastructure and building there desktop and mobile products. "We are no longer focused on Internet portals for traffic acquisition,” said Barbara O’Connor, chief marketing officer of Move, in a statement released from REALTOR.com. … Continue reading REALTOR.com says bye-bye to Internet Portal feeds
We all know that blogging, when done effectively and cross-linked to your website, can be a very effective way to increae your SEO and engage your visitors frequently. But sometimes, finding topics to blog about is difficult. Here are some tips to help: not like the other guy - try not to pick topics that … Continue reading How to pick a blog topic
With all the attention to the update Google has been doing over the last year or two, it has become clear content is paramount for any website. In a nut shell Google wants to find content that is clearly written to the audience, content that is relevant and original. Today it is not enough to … Continue reading Content Marketing
It may not come as a big surprise, but in Shareaholic's Q4 2013 Report, Facebook accounted for just over 15% of all inbound referrals from social media (including direct traffic, social referrals, and searching) to the over 200,000 sites that are part of the Shareaholic network. This is a 48% increase since September, spread over … Continue reading Facebook is Still the King of Social Media Referrals
By adding and updating content on your real estate Website, you will gain loyal followers and will build organic leads.
I write a lot about how to better improve your virtual presence but today I thought I would write about some grass roots strategies. For those of you who never attended a business networking event, they are great for making new contacts and in the Real Estate Industry it is all about the people. So … Continue reading 10 Tips for a Successful Networking Event
First let me define infographics for you -- they are graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge. These graphics present complex information quickly and clearly, such as in signs, maps, journalism, technical writing, and education. With an information graphic, businesses can develop and communicate concepts using a single symbol to process information. We've taken … Continue reading Infographics – The Future of Marketing?