As a real estate professional with a website, you should have a basic level understanding of what SEO is and how it works to increase your brand awareness to your local property loving community. Let’s make it simple for you.
The digital world is expanding every day… new channels of communication and digital tools are popping up at an increasing rate. The important thing to remember as a small business that not every channel will be where your customer wants to interact with you.
With any kind of marketing, it’s important to play where your customers are. In the case of social media for real estate, Facebook, Instagram and Linkedin are the most used social media platforms. However all 3 platforms engage with different audiences, and as such should have different goals and objectives.
Getting into digital marketing can be overwhelming for a lot of people, especially real estate agents who are used to doing “non digital” marketing.
Welcome to the first article about important components of your website. In this series of articles, you can get to know more about:
Welcome to the next article about important components of your website. Our previous article outlined the importance of your website purpose and message. Let’s have a look at the next stage of content and search optimisation.
Welcome to the next article about the important components of your website. Our previous article looked at content and search optimisation of your website. Now it’s time to look at analytics and analysis to help you understand more about your customers and their online behaviour.
Welcome to the next article about important components of your website. Our previous article looked at analytics and analysis of your website to understand more about your customers and their online behaviour. In this article, let’s have a look at the best metrics to use for a small business website.
The Covid-19 pandemic threw us all a curveball in the worlds of real estate and marketing. But the marketing that you used to navigate this challenging year won’t have the same power in the new year. Here’s why you should be thinking about how to update and enhance your marketing campaign for 2021.
How you engage and retain customers can make or break your ability to generate online real estate leads. If your social media posts are falling flat, your email subscribers are dropping off and your online listings aren’t getting the views they deserve, it might be time to reconsider your approach. Check out these 5 quick tips on how to increase your online real estate leads.