Well-written real estate blogs draw in tons of interested buyers and sellers. What many agents do not understand is how to develop content that generates leads. Let's go over the "dos and don'ts" of basic blogging concepts.
You might have heard me talk in our other articles about real estate partners. And how collaborating with non-competing professionals is a great way to boost your credibility and generate referrals as a real estate agent. Today I want to take you deeper on that subject.
As a realtor or brokerage, you're always looking for new ways to generate better results from your marketing efforts. In this article, I want to cut through the fluff and help consolidate your efforts into the best real estate marketing tools for the job.
There are many more factors to keep in mind when starting and running an Adwords campaign. I'll be covering more common mistakes and how to create your first profitable campaign throughout this article. Starting with how to approach Adwords.
It used to be so easy to snap high rankings. Stuff your page with your target keyword, buy a few link-building services and boom, your website got to the number one spot. Sadly, this doesn't work anymore.
Do you want to learn how to generate over 200 real estate leads a month? Our client, Kevin Johnson is doing just that. He earned over $100,000 in commissions in his first 90 days as a realtor, and half a million in just two years. How did he do it?
Your time must be managed well as a Realtor. Your results are directly tied to your ability to get stuff done. If you are constantly distracted and not working on important things - you're obviously not selling many homes.
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