As a real estate agent, you know just how valuable time-saving tools are to your business. Technology is making it easier to stay on top of all of your most pressing tasks and insane schedule. So we collated some very useful real estate apps made for on-the-go real estate agents.
Our list covers three categories that will be most useful to real estate professionals:
Does website SEO sound gibberish to you? Many people share the same sentiment but the thing is, SEO is a must for any business. But how does SEO work for real estate professionals?
Every online marketer will tell you that blogging is essential to building up your online presence, your brand, and your authority and relevance in the local market. Yet many real estate professionals simply do not know how to create blogs that are memorable and informative, sharable on social media, and that spur readers to interact and communicate with the agent.
If a prospective homebuyer or seller in your market area is looking for statistics in a specific neighborhood that you represent, can they find it easily? Will they have to click through several pages to get there? What about your website design? Is it appealing to visitors or is it driving them away?
Today there are at least 6 key features found in successful real estate websites. These features determine whether or not your real estate website will excel above the rest or fall behind.
For a social networking site that got its start in a college dorm, connecting college students with their peers, Facebook has come a long way. It’s become a part of our everyday lives; from sharing photos of our vacations to keeping in touch with family and friends across the globe, it’s a connection-engine that can’t be ignored.
The short answer to the question ‘What can I do to improve my website?’ is to hire a team of professional web designers like ours at Agent Image. However, there are things that you can do now – and should have done yesterday – to greatly improve your website. The best part about these improvements is that they are easy to do and you can see results instantly.
When you go to an online retail store, you expect to be able to find what you like, add it to your cart, pay for it on the spot and be done. The philosophy behind building your online marketing strategy for your real estate website is the same: Give users what they want, an easy way to find it, and a way for them to complete the transaction.
So you have a really productive real estate website that is attracting visitors and generating leads. You’re doing fine, but could you be doing even better? The answer to that question is the reason why you need to take a digital marketing assessment to see where you can improve and perhaps where you are following behind.
Whether you’re constantly staying abreast of search engine optimization and website best practices or not, you may have likely heard of Google’s latest rollout. As with most Google algorithm changes, this one is certainly causing a lot of commotion.
There are millions of people across the U.S. looking for more information about real estate, about home prices, about communities and specific neighborhoods. How are you going to stand out as the go-to agent in your local market? How will you win the trust of buyers and sellers just starting their online search?