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 […]
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 […]
In the real estate industry, one never knows where their next client will come from. It could be a referral, a friend, an inquiry on an ad, a web lead, a new acquaintance, an up/floor call, a walk-in, a relative… you can’t know – but you are ready and willing […]
The following article was written by our Dean of Education at Tomato University: Daniel Bates. Much has been written on the subject of social media being used to generate leads and most of it has not been positive. In most cases, this is due to a misuse of the tools […]
The following article was written by our Dean of Education at Tomato University: Daniel Bates. I recently attended a conference that included the administrators of 20 non-profit organizations. The topic shifted to them discussing their internet presence and nearly all raised their hands when questioned as to whether they had a […]
Let’s begin by outlining what we consider to be a custom designed blogsite. Upon starting, you and your designer consider and discuss the following: Architecture The specific design and organization of the main containers of the site. This includes, but is not limited to the header, navigation, content containers, sidebars, […]
Success in Real Estate is largely due to who you know. The more Whos, the more opportunity you create for yourself. Creating a database of regular contacts has always been a sound strategy for real estate marketing. Mailing Lists Rolodex Walking Farm Past Clients Friends/Family Business Contacts Email Database Blog […]