Let’s face it. No one likes talking themselves up. There’s that all-consuming worry of not knowing what to say and sounding dry and dull. Or risking being overtly flamboyant, embellished with awards and flaunting your experience. Your bio is an essential resource that helps position you as an industry expert, builds client trust, enhances your […]
A well-designed real estate website should not only showcase your listings, it should be bringing you leads.
Now is a good time to make sure your website has what it takes to grab a potential vendors interest from the moment they arrive.
Read our article and make sure your website has what it takes.
Just like selling a home is a multi-step process, so is online lead generation. In this blog, we explain the pieces of the puzzle you need to turn your website into a lead generation machine…
Your real estate agent bio does a lot more than introduce you to potential clients. It helps buyers and sellers determine if they’ll use your services for their real estate needs.
Traditionally, agents have offered free appraisals to capture leads, but this isn’t the only way you can entice prospects to join your database.
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.
If you’ve ever jumped into Google Analytics, you’ll know there are countless metrics you could be tracking. However, there are 5 key metrics you should keep an eye on that can provide you with some quick insights to improve your website performance.
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.
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.