Location, location, location has served as the longstanding battle cry of real estate professionals, but ever-growing cyber property scouting has developed a new significance to the 3-L mantra that goes well beyond a physical address. Although street names and neighborhoods can make or break a property’s desirability – and, therefore, sell-ability – perhaps the most […]
With a host of techniques that comprises in SEO, separating the good from the bad can at times be overwhelming and in this confusion, you are bound that make a mistake that can hurt your blog or website.
If you’re a real estate agent, you’re keenly aware of the important role the Internet plays in your industry. As a realtor, you need to have a strong social media presence, as well as an effective website. Of course, in order to attract as many potential clients as possible,
The way people approach SEO these days is very different and the cookie-cutter approach that used to work is now rarely successful in helping to push a site to the top of Google.
What with Google having such a stranglehold over the world wide web, it’s more important than ever for professionals to create a strong online identity that’s clearly visible in its search results.
So much of the success of real estate agents nowadays is based on their visibility. You can be great at your job, but if no one can find you, you won’t be able to help any clients. This makes SEO a vital part of real estate agents being able to market themselves and their services. […]
Running a successful SEO campaign can be a long, hard slog, which is why many go the sponsored ad route, using Google’s AdWords program to get their websites to the top of Google’s results page.
Because Google’s rules are constantly in flux, it’s fair to say you’ll never know everything there is to know about SEO, and that’s an intimidating thought
To help real estate pros get a fix on their SEO strategies, Capsicum Mediaworks has put together a checklist of 75+ actionable On-page & Off-page SEO strategies that it follows for its own clients