2015 is only a few weeks away. Crazy, right? While you’re putting your list of new year resolutions together, don’t forget to think about your real estate website. We’ve put together a list of tips to prep your website so that you’re ready to hit the ground running as soon as January 1 shows up.Comments
SEO can be a little intimidating to the untrained eye. In fact, many real estate agents shy away from developing a full-fledged SEO strategy because they think it’s too complicated.
This idea couldn’t be further from the truth. A strategy that’s built around targeted long term and short term SEO keywords can give your real estate website a major boost in the search engine results pages (SERPs), and it’s relatively easy to set up.
In this post, we’ll tackle how to choose long term and short term SEO keywords for your real estate website, and we’ll also talk about how to begin using those keywords in the beginning stages of your content strategy. If you’re an SEO beginner, feel free to take a look at our beginner’s guide for real estate agents.Comments
[This blog post is part of a four-part series on how to prep your website for the busy season. Look for following posts over the next few weeks to make sure your website is ready for the rush.]
Ah, summer. The sun’s out, the weather’s warm, and flowers are in full bloom. It’s enough to make you feel like Julie Andrews in the Swiss Alps.
That is, unless you’re in real estate. Then, summer is a certified mad house.Comments
We live in a visual society. Don’t just take my word for it; look around you. TV commercials, art galleries, the family photos on your office desk… even graffiti tags. We come into contact with visual appeals every day of our lives. So why shouldn’t we incorporate visual media into our marketing plans? Every real estate agent out there knows the importance of the visual quality of a home and its community. In fact, it’s often said that a home buyer makes all of their first impressions of a home on the walk from their car to the front door. Knowing the power of these visual cues, why not take advantage of it?Comments
If you’re having trouble sticking to a weekly blogging schedule, read on. Regularly adding valuable, unique content to your site will benefit you now more than ever before.
Google’s most recent algorithms – Penguin, Panda, and Hummingbird – may sound cute and cuddly, but they pack a suckerpunch of power when it comes to planning SEO strategies. The company’s most recent algorithm updates are designed to aggressively attack the low-quality, spammy content that has overrun the Internet. SEO strategies that were once effective, like creating many similar pages with only a few words tweaked, no longer fly. (Does “keyword overuse” ring a bell, anyone?)Comments