Part Two: The Navigation Almost every article we write should could start off the same way: Consider the audience you are intending to attract to your website. Make every decision with them in mind. The navigation of your site is no exception. Applying the above to the decision of how to lay-out […]
We have designed a ton of real estate websites; nearly 1,000 to date. Every one of them began with a comprehensive Design Interview between client and the Real Estate Tomato creative staff. Each interview has us covering, in detail, several integral elements of the custom real estate website. This […]
Photo by Evan Swigart. In order for something to be made perfect we need to determine what criteria we’re aiming to satisfy. For me, when you publish an article, you should aim to accomplish at least the following: 1. Help you be found by the target audience, including search engines and your […]
Biting off more than you can chew will be the death of your real estate blogging. But I hear it all the time: “My blog needs to showcase that I specialize in these 10 communities.” But I want to make sure that people know how much ground I cover. […]
The following are tips that will instantly improve your website’s SEO, Aesthetics, and Visitor Experience. The goal of this article is to quickly and significantly improve your site’s visibility and user experience. If you have been actively blogging for a while then I can guarantee that you will find great […]
Today’s article was written by blogging client: Geordie Romer of IcicleCreekRealEstate.com. 99 Problems but a niche ain’t one If you’re having SEO problems I feel bad for you son I got 99 problems but a niche ain’t one (With apologies to Jay-Z) So often when I hear real estate […]
Most real estate business generated through the internet is capturing interested buyers. The reason is simple: Buyers are generally very active online while searching for property. With the internet, one can dig through 100s of listings before making a decision to go see one in person. This process can take months as they get more and […]
1. Blogging Works The simple formula of blogging regularly to a well defined audience pays off. Most agents never get to experience this success because they: A: Can’t commit to blogging a few times a week B: Quit before they start to see results So how long does it take to […]
Today’s post is a guest entry from Aron Susman of TheSquareFoot.com. Given we don’t cover a lot of commercial real estate blogging, I couldn’t say no when he offered up a post on the topic – plus he mentions zombies. Take it away Aron! Blogging about commercial real estate isn’t always easy. […]
It’s hard to ignore. The buzz this year has been all about the push for Responsive Designs.
The sales pitch is “You need to make your site display properly on a mobile device.”
Well I think it is crappy advice. Especially for real estate agent websites.