So what is the future of real estate websites with all the craze of social media and blogging? Hyper Local Websites! These sites are used like single property websites, but for your niche. Creating a few hyper local websites allows you to brand a single area without worrying if you are discouraging prospects by limiting … Continue reading The Future of Real Estate Websites
Branding and lead generation are the TOP TWO reasons real estate professionals create web presences - specifically websites. Social networking websites are great for business but typically the site is branded (take Facebook for instance) over your profile branding; this is why you must be sure your professional site has effective branding and lead generation/capture … Continue reading Branding & Lead Generation – Does Your Site Measure Up?
ActiveRain surveyed more than 2,000 Real Estate professionals and concluded that more than 6 in 10 agents have their own IDX website that features listing feeds from a local multiple listing service (MLS). Typically the 'average agent' will spend $75/month on their IDX website -- so where do these extra expenditures come into play? AND … Continue reading Where Are Your Marketing Dollars Going?
Monitoring and keeping track of your domain name records essential.
The National Association of REALTORS® is always posting great information for REALTORS® about new technology and upcoming trends. I've done a bit of research and found these great REALTOR® Safety Widgets to embed into your website or blog. Simply give one of these codes to your web master and they can implement it into your … Continue reading REALTOR® Safety Widgets for Your Website or Blog
Take a look at your own website sometime. Pretend you are a prospective buyer or seller. So does your website make the cut?