Before doing any ads or SEO, you need to make sure your website is built to capture those leads. Want to know how? I'm going to give you the keys to creating a real estate website optimized for lead generation.
Website conversion rates in 2020 are expected to be nearly several times higher for real estate sites with a content strategy than those without one. So if you want to get a lot more traffic, you NEED to invest in a solid content marketing approach.
Coming up with an effective ad is challenging. Sadly there is no app that can consistently create effective real estate ads. Thankfully, these 4 almost magical copywriting formulas can make this process a whole lot easier.
Have you ever dealt with a client that acts like they know more about real estate than you? If so, don't write these clients off. If you deal with their underlying worries with patience and empathy, you could turn them into happy clients for life.
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