If your real estate website is struggling to reach page 1, these summer real estate blog topics just might help you do it.
Between advertising and contacting your leads is a very important, often ignored step: The lead magnet. If you’re getting traffic to your website but not seeing any conversions, your magnet is the culprit – Here are some ways to use lead magnets for real estate websites.
How many times do you have to learn that someone you helped buy a home used another agent to sell it before you decide to start targeting leads in your real estate sphere of influence? Happens all the time, yet agents are throwing money at purchased leads when those same dollars can get more mileage by either purchasing a killer CRM or amping up the one they have, and throwing brilliant client appreciation events. Ah, but it’s not necessarily the money for some, right? It’s the time Working your real estate sphere of influence takes far more time than money,…
One of the most valuable things you can do to maintain effective, long-term lead generation is real estate client education – Providing the answers to those burning questions home buyers and sellers are asking. Here’s how to become the industry expert in your area.
Branding is one of the hardest parts of starting a new business. If you’ve been scrambling for real estate slogan ideas, look no further – read on for some killer ideas you can use right now to brand your business. (Be sure to grab the free slogans guide as well!)
Looking for the perfect real estate website keywords but not sure where to start? This guide is perfect for beginners who know they need to rank in local searches but have no idea how to do it!
When you’re chatting up potential clients, do you know how to win them over? Having a great “elevator pitch” is essential for anyone who generates leads offline – Here are some ways to develop the perfect pitch that’s right for you.
John and Lenore live in a lovely, well-maintained and furnished home. They recently listed the it for sale. After multiple showings, in a very hot sellers’ market, the home still didn’t have an offer. Feedback from buyers’ agents give us an indication of why buyers were hesitant to make an offer. Although they “loved the house,” most of the agents said, the nearby railroad tracks were a turnoff. Lenore was flabbergasted. Yes, there are Union Pacific freight tracks nearby, but they are located far enough away that in 6 years of living in the home she’d only heard a train…