It can be a long game, but the rewards are worth it. Over time, your content marketing will gain momentum, sustain your real estate business and help it move to the next tier of business success.
Over 90% of homeowners look online for information during their home search process, and as a result, online content marketing has become crucial for real estate agents.
Real estate content marketing has exploded over the last few years and the reasons are obvious. Content marketing improves search rankings, increases traffic, builds trust, positions you as an expert and drives leads. In this blog, we explore 3 proven strategies to get you started on the right content marketing track and help you improve content marketing ROI.
Written content is an effective and affordable way to increase your potential client leads online. You want to help inform and educate buyers and sellers through blog content shared to your website, emails and social media pages, so that they can trust you when they need to hire an agent. Whether you’re helping first home buyers understand the process of purchasing a home, or you’d like to inform sellers on the different ways they can sell their home, there’s a lot of information you could be sharing to increase your potential client leads through your content. But where exactly do you get that content from?
You’re much more than a real estate agent who sells properties, but do your clients and potential clients know that? Content marketing allows you to build your brand awareness and present yourself as a knowledgeable and trustworthy source in the real estate industry. Here are the most helpful content marketing ideas for real estate agents.
Content marketing is a term that’s thrown around a lot and for good reason. It’s an important part of anyone’s overall marketing strategy, in real estate it is essential.
Content marketing has been described as the most effective way to market yourself as the agent a seller needs before they realise they need you as their agent. But how exactly does that work?
As we are pushed to operate online, with in-person meetings, property viewings and auctions changing, we are seeing listings becoming scarce. As listings decline, so too does the traditional content most agents rely on to keep connected with their database of buyers, sellers, renters, landlords, and investors.
For most people these days, the process of selling their home begins online, where they will take time to research and evaluate their options before deciding which agent they will hand over their property to sell.
Creating content takes time, skill and a lot of planning. But if you don’t have the time and resources to spend on creating content, you don’t have to give up on benefiting from it.