Real Estate Website
& Blogging Advice

The Real Juice

Real Estate Website & Blogging Advice

The Real Juice


The Real Estate Tomato Blog covers topics such as WordPress Real Estate Blogging, Blogging SEO Advice, Real Estate Website Design, Story Branding, Homepage Design, Content Marketing, Lead Generation, and Company Announcements. The best Realtor blogs are those that are publishing regulary.

April 13, 2012
What Is The Difference Between Free WordPress and Hosted WordPress?

What Is The Difference Between Free WordPress and Hosted WordPress?

One of the first things that people need to learn about WordPress is that there are 2 very different versions of the platform. The first is WordPress.com This is the free* version of their blogging/content-management platform. Each site is part of a vast network of websites all controlled by Automattic […]
March 24, 2012
Mobile Friendly Real Estate Website Options and Pitfalls

Mobile Friendly Real Estate Website Options and Pitfalls

Photo by miss karen. Thinking About Going Mobile With Your Real Estate Website/Blogsite? Do you need it?  Is this just something that the buzz is causing you to feel like you are in danger of being left behind? Or is the fact that mobile web browsing has exploded in the last […]
March 21, 2012
Choosing, Using & Organizing Categories For Your Real Estate Blog

Choosing, Using & Organizing Categories For Your Real Estate Blog

Our blog articles, like this one, are often inspired by the challenges that we encounter on a daily basis with new clients. One of the most common pitfalls for a new, excited blogger is overlooking the importance of properly categorizing their content. Note: This post is not about what Categories you should […]
February 3, 2012
How Does Real Estate Blogging Put You In A Position To Score The Best Leads?

How Does Real Estate Blogging Put You In A Position To Score The Best Leads?

“The Goal, as captured by Ray Lussier in 1970   This is the 5th in a series of brief blog articles inspired by Good Earth Tea® quotes. “A pound of pluck is worth a ton of luck.” -James A Garfield 1831-1881 I played hockey as a boy and I believe […]
February 2, 2012
Blogging Builds A Bank Of Brilliance Before It’s Buried

Blogging Builds A Bank Of Brilliance Before It’s Buried

This is the 4th in a series of brief blog articles inspired by Good Earth Tea® quotes. “The palest ink is better than the best memory.” -Wise saying from the Orient We all appreciate that our clients recognize us as the go-to-resource for answers to their questions. Being seen as […]
February 1, 2012
How To Make That Personal Connection Through Real Estate Blogging

How To Make That Personal Connection Through Real Estate Blogging

Photo by Ingrid Taylar.   This is the 3rd in a series of brief blog articles inspired by Good Earth Tea® quotes. “From the rose proceeds a thorn, from the thorn a rose.” -Wise saying from the Orient Personal experiences generally pave the way for a more compelling, and natural […]
January 21, 2012
Hear Your Real Estate Blog Articles As They Happen

Hear Your Real Estate Blog Articles As They Happen

  This is the 2nd in a series of brief blog articles inspired by Good Earth Tea® quotes. “The first duty of love is to listen.” -Paul Tillich 1886-1965 One of the best, first lessons I learned in my growth as a salesperson was to sell with your ears. Listening to […]
January 12, 2012
How To Find Blogging Inspiration In The Smallest Of Things: Good Earth Tea Quotes

How To Find Blogging Inspiration In The Smallest Of Things: Good Earth Tea Quotes

When I need a mid-day mental boost I prefer tea over coffee. Yerba maté is my favorite for its energy kick without the jitters. The focus improvement may just be placebo, but don’t tell my brain that. Recently I have been drinking the yerba maté rich Good Earth® Energizing Tea. It’s much […]
January 11, 2012
What If I’m Not A Good Writer But I Want To Be An Effective Real Estate Blogger?

What If I’m Not A Good Writer But I Want To Be An Effective Real Estate Blogger?

I’ve written a lot of posts. Some might say I have the hang of it now – but this wasn’t always the case. I used to hate writing. I did poorly in English classes in high school, poorly on the Reading/Writing portion of the SATs, and got a C- in […]