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.

November 28, 2016
Why Does Real Estate Blogging Work?

Why Does Real Estate Blogging Work?

With real estate blogging, when someone asks “Does it work?” they mean, “Does it generate business?” It does. Here’s why: You build trust and earn new clients through reliable counsel. Your potential clients have questions. You have the answers. Your blog is the vehicle that delivers the answers to your […]
June 2, 2016
Would You Trust Me To Show Property To Your Clients?

Would You Trust Me To Show Property To Your Clients?

Hopefully the answer is “no.” I am a web developer, not a licensed real estate agent. I don’t know very much about the nuances and laws of conducting business as a REALTOR®. I’ve never been to your community. I’ve never helped anyone buy or sell a home. I’ve never had […]
May 26, 2016
Large Images Are Killing Your Real Estate Website

Large Images Are Killing Your Real Estate Website

Those huge photos on your website are driving away your visitors. Creating a strong first-impression-emotion in your audience is a great strategy to keep visitors on your site. But when that first-impression-emotion is annoyance your bounce-rate will skyrocket. The current trend is to use large, full-width, high-impact images to create emotion in your […]
October 4, 2012
Is There Such A Thing As A Perfectly Written Real Estate Blog Article?

Is There Such A Thing As A Perfectly Written Real Estate Blog Article?

  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 […]
September 21, 2012
How Much Ground Should I Cover With My Real Estate Blog?

How Much Ground Should I Cover With My Real Estate Blog?

  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. […]
September 20, 2012
7 Ways To Instantly and Greatly Improve Your Real Estate Blog

7 Ways To Instantly and Greatly Improve Your Real Estate Blog

  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 […]
May 11, 2012
How To Ensure Your Success As A Real Estate Blogger – The Infographic

How To Ensure Your Success As A Real Estate Blogger – The Infographic

  It took a lot longer than I had anticipated to design the infographic, so I hope you all enjoy it!   Below you will find a collection of articles we’ve written that support the Infographic above.  
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 […]
January 10, 2012
Wipe The Dust Off Your Real Estate Blog – How To Get Back In The Swing Of Blogging Again

Wipe The Dust Off Your Real Estate Blog – How To Get Back In The Swing Of Blogging Again

Taking time off from writing on your blog whether intentional or just an effect of your focus on other elements of your business does not need to be its demise. Note: If you have taken a break, inadvertently or not, and you don’t see yourself getting back on the train […]