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.

December 1, 2017
What The Heck Are Google Sitelinks And Why Do I Need Them?

What The Heck Are Google Sitelinks And Why Do I Need Them?

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 […]
November 17, 2017
Simple Must Do Steps To Build Your Real Estate Profile With Google For Better Ranking

Simple Must Do Steps To Build Your Real Estate Profile With Google For Better Ranking

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 […]
November 14, 2017
Hey REALTORS®, Have You Given Yourself a Good Googling Lately?

Hey REALTORS®, Have You Given Yourself a Good Googling Lately?

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 […]
November 22, 2016
How Long Should A Real Estate Blog Post Be?

How Long Should A Real Estate Blog Post Be?

Or whats the shortest post I can publish and still see good results? The following is an argument for short real estate blog posts… even though I know that longer posts will perform better. The 300 Word Myth? The idea that a post needs to be at least 300 words […]
February 27, 2015
If Your Real Estate Website Is Not Mobile Friendly, Google Could Lower Your Ranking

If Your Real Estate Website Is Not Mobile Friendly, Google Could Lower Your Ranking

Starting April 21st, Google will give higher rankings to mobile friendly websites. If your competition has a mobile friendly site, and you don’t, they will most likely preform better in competitive search results. Late last year, Google started to highlight mobile friendly websites, and now they are giving them preference in the […]
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 7, 2012
99 Problems But A Niche Ain’t One

99 Problems But A Niche Ain’t One

  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 […]
December 2, 2009
Exactly How The Long Tail In Real Estate Blogging Will Bring The Ready-To-Act Home Buyer.

Exactly How The Long Tail In Real Estate Blogging Will Bring The Ready-To-Act Home Buyer.

This article is a rewrite of an article I wrote a few years ago.  It  is an exercise to show you that you can never step in the same river twice, and finding relevant blog content to publish is as easy as looking in the rear-view mirror. One of the first […]
March 30, 2008
Writing Your Real Estate Blog Primarily to Google is a Squandered Opportunity.

Writing Your Real Estate Blog Primarily to Google is a Squandered Opportunity.

Thanks to the recent frequency and quality of guest posts, I’ve had the pleasure of taking a little time off from shouldering the content on the Tomato.  Keeping in stride, we have another treat for you.  Todd Carpenter, ubiquitous RE.net participant, and owner and author of the globally appreciated mariah.com (a web 2.0 real estate […]