How to Use Co-Promote in Your Real Estate Marketing

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By Anita Clark

Building a website, posting content, then hoping consumers find you online is a bit like putting a sign in a yard, performing no marketing, and hoping a bunch of potential buyers stop by or call for a preview. Getting your content found online by real estate consumers takes work.

If you have created a masterpiece you know …

Drive More Traffic to Your Real Estate Blog

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By Nathan Garrett

Did you know that there are more than 2 million blog posts published every single day? That’s almost 1,400 blogs posted every single minute! Some large, nationally syndicated websites alone will push out anywhere from 500 to 1,000 posts in a single day.

So, how do you, as an agent, stand out from all the noise?

When …

Become a Local Real Estate Expert Online

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By Ryan Fitzgerald

One of the best things you can do for your real estate business is to become the local expert online. It starts with content creation for your blog or website.

To attract local buyers or sellers to your site, you have to produce articles, videos, photos, inforgraphics, and other posts that help local consumers who are seeking …

Market Your Real Estate Business Like It’s 2016

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By Ryan Fitzgerald

This isn’t 1999, so why are you still marketing like it is?

There are two methods to market your real estate business online: chase or attract. You can either chase your online leads or attract them.

Chasing Business Online

Have you ever received an e-mail that you didn’t ask for? An e-mail that was obviously an attempt …

Develop a Killer Online Strategy

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By Charlie Allred

Having a blog can be a killer online strategy for your real estate business. A vibrant blog can be the very top of your online funnel. But your potential clients must feel understood when they first arrive at your site.

Last month, I talked about creating a niche to strengthen your online presence. By all means, you can …

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6 Twitter Rules for Real Estate Agents

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You know you need to be on Twitter, and you have even heard other agents talk about how much traffic the social media giant can garner, but you have given it a go with nearly zero results. So what gives? Well, chances are you aren’t using the site correctly, and you aren’t alone.

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Keep it Relevant in Content Marketing

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By Brandon Doyle Content marketing is all about creating original content that the reader values. A lot of people go wrong by copying and pasting another person’s works, or just regurgitating what someone else has already said. It is important that what you talk about on your real estate blog or website is relevant to your reader, and to your …

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Is Your Marketing Global-Friendly?

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By Lynn Minnick As a certified international property specialist (or CIPS), I was able to participate in a really fantastic webinar session offered by the National Association of REALTORS®’ Global division. The webinar was presented by NAR Director of Digital Engagement Nobu Hata, who offered very helpful ideas for developing marketing with a global customer base in mind. As a …

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How to Handle Negative Blog Comments

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By Brooke Wolford I recently received a really negative comment on one of my YPN Lounge posts. When I first received word of the comment, I was really taken aback. It seemed as if the person who commented had some personal issue with me.  I was honestly very offended. I debated over the weekend whether or not to address the …