Secrets Of A Top Producer: Do You Require Registration On Your Website?

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17 great questions from Realtors around America, and this video is one of Steve Wolvers 17 responses! This video is about registration to view listings on your real estate website

The word-for-word question was "Do You Require Registration On Your Website?"



To view this answer on Steve's Blog and many more click here: Do You Require Registration On Your Website?


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Faith LaRosse
Springer Realty Group - Douglassville, PA
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I totally agree...if I come to a site that requires registration, I'm outta there.  People want the information when they want it...I think it's only a lead generator (if you can get people to do it) as Steve says here.

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Sep 20, 2007 10:29 AM #1
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Lane Bailey
Century 21 Results Realty - Suwanee, GA
Realtor & Car Guy
I too am a believer that registration isn't the best way to make good things happen.  I will soon be offering an optional sign up (opt-in) to generate leads, though. 
Sep 20, 2007 10:33 AM #2
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Shayne Stone
First Texas Realty - Richmond, TX

I believe that on your company website the information should be given freely with the option to request more.

But I also believe in creating stealth websites for no other reason as to just to generate leads, something to keep myself busy during the slow times - lol

Sep 20, 2007 06:25 PM #3
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Christine Bohn
RE/MAX Professionals - Gainesville, FL
Realtor, Gainesville FL
After reading other blog posts here on AR a few months ago, I removed the "registration" from my personal site, and my hits went up sharply.   This could be a coincidence....but I did remove it.
Sep 20, 2007 07:44 PM #4
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Leigh Brown
RE/MAX Executive Realty - Charlotte, NC
Broker/Owner - Charlotte NC
I have registration but I don't think it hurts leads-folks who don't want to divulge their info put in fake stuff,and that's fine, they still get whatever they wanted.  If they put in a real email or phone, though, they're raising their hands for assistance.
Sep 20, 2007 07:59 PM #5
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Matt Grohe
RE/MAX Real Estate Concepts - Des Moines, IA
RE/MAX Des Moines
Steve's a mega-producer, so it's hard to argue: log-in sites are not effective. Ditch the log-in, and get more traffic. I'm a firm believer and I've  always adovacted the same.
Oct 16, 2007 11:12 PM #6
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Dane Maxwell
Real Estate Recruiting Tools - Zannee.com - Ankeny, IA
Hey Matt! I was shocked to see you posted a comment on the blog :-)
Oct 18, 2007 11:43 AM #7
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