When your site is the #1 search result you have a chance at having Google sitelinks appear below your listing. This is what they look like: Sitelinks are shortcuts or a table of contents meant to help users navigate your site quickly as opposed to having to load the homepage […]
Audience Traffic Stats are in for 2017 and it is NOT looking good for websites that are not mobile friendly. Check these out! In 2017 Twitter 80% of their users access the site with mobile. In 2017 Google 60% of their users access the sire with mobile. In 2017 Facebook […]
This is an informal continuation of our last post: Hey REALTORS®, Have You Given Yourself a Good Googling Lately? So if you missed that one, I would definitely read that one as well. In our earlier post, we covered how to make sure that you (and your business) appeared on […]
Before you Google yourself, lets look at how you might come up in the search results BECAUSE you are a REALTOR® Go to Google and search REALTORS® near me (around me, local, whatever… you get the idea) Based on your computer’s IP address, Google will showcase results near you. The […]
Technology advances and design trends change. It is inevitable, and if you make no effort to keep up, you will fall behind. What your audience expects versus what impression they gain from your website is the crucial factor as to whether they stick around. If they are leaving moments after […]
Want to have your pins re-pinned like crazy on Pinterest? Create an infographic. A few years ago I created this infographic about How To Ensure Your Success As A Real Estate Blogger. After publishing it on this website, I pinned it to Pinterest. I had at times noticed that it was […]
Normally I reserve this blog for articles regarding content marketing advice, but today I’m mixing it up and giving you some unsolicited real estate advice. I recently read a post on Reddit that made me think of you all: Homeowners of Reddit: When you purchased your first home, what item […]
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.
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 […]
Today’s guest post is from avid real estate blogger, author of LifestyleDenver.com: Gretchen Faber. I asked her to contribute with the following article because of her brilliant effort on social media’s latest big deal, Pinterest. 6 Reasons Real Estate Bloggers Should Be Pinning on Pinterest by Gretchen Faber Pinterest is […]