If I were to search for "Realtors in Raleigh" where would your site rank? Okay, how about "Realtors in Raleigh Oakwood"? Before you go and check, I'll tell you that "realtors in Raleigh" has 125,000,000 results (competitors) and "realtors in Raleigh oakwood" has 634,000. That's one half as many competitors. In which market would you
When deciding to purchase a home, the first activity most people take is to do an internet search for "homes for sale city-state" I know this is not a great revelation but stick with me. The typical search result is realtor.com, zillow.com, redfin.com, trulia.com, etc. How do you compete with that? Prospects will buy you
Okay, you've done what all the experts have suggested and created a website. Now what? As you've probably come to realize, simply building a website doesn't automatically result in increased sales or instant exposure. The truth is, the hardest part of building an online presence is still ahead of you. But don't be discouraged! Like you,
According to research from NAR Realtor, 98% of people use the internet to search for a new home. However, the same study shows that only 12% of real estate agents are likely to have a blog. This data shows that real estate agents are leaving a treasure trove of lead generation untapped. Along with strategies like
Is your website just another real estate website? Is there anything on your site that would boost your ranking in the search results? In my area, there are four million five hundred and sixty thousand Realtors in the search results for real estate agents in Hillsborough, NC. Is it even worth having a website with
If you're looking for traffic to your real estate website, you better be ready to offer something different than you're probably offering now. 50% of real estate website traffic goes to the portals Zillow, Trulia, realtor.com, or Homes.com. 15% of the traffic goes to the big guys Keller Williams, etc. But here's the good news.