internet traffic: Property Specific Websites need a long-term goal
- 01/05/11 08:37 PM
By now most real estate agents have at least one website, many have more than one; that coupled with all the other social networking tools and blogs we use, we are all pretty plugged into the cyber world.
Oddly enough I still see agents out there who are still relying on a sign in the yard and an add in the local paper.
But what about individual sites for your listings, some service providers offer that as a feature for you if you use their services. Loopnet.com is one that for an additional fee you can use their site to build (1 comments)
internet traffic: Craigslist Account on Hold? - New Rules!
- 11/20/10 08:42 PM
For years I have used Craigslist to advertise all of my listings, both for sale and for rent. I have also often posted my real estate services in the "services" section. A recent study showed that nearly a third of real estate buyers us Craigslist!
Recently my account was put on hold, after many attempts to correct the problem with nothing but form letters from Craigslist I opened a new account. Within a few weeks that account was also put "on hold" with no notice or explaination.
Frustrated, I tried again to contact Craigslist; even posting questions to there Facebook page... (24 comments)
internet traffic: My new website cost only 9.95 a year!
- 05/06/09 07:22 PM
I just built and launched a new web site for less than $10.00 a year. I am working on some others now too. Bates County Real EstateThe trick is to get them up in the search engine rankings, but I'm pretty good at that. So why do I need yet another web site?
Links, referrals, and traffic. As I grow the popularity of this site I gain position on the Internet. As that sight gets more active it boosts the rating of the sites it links to.
One site can't do it all! My first site Turn-Key Properties LLC was supposed to (4 comments)
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