Selecting a Website URL That Attracts Customers

Domain names (URLs) are inexpensive. You can expect to pay less than $10 per year for one. That makes it relatively easy to own several. For starters, you should own the URL that contains your name as a way to protect your online reputation. However, your personal name probably isn’t suitable as your business domain.

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How to Launch and Market Your Real Estate Website

The success of your real estate website heavily depends on how invested you are in expanding your reach and developing good content. After all, building and promoting your online presence will also help build and maintain a solid client base. In fact, the National Association of Realtors conducted a study revealing that around 90% of

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FlyHomes, a listings portal for high-demand real estate markets, raises $4M

Real estate technology startup FlyHomes, which helps consumers to find suitable homes in high-demand markets like Chicago, is looking to purchase some real estate of its own.

Why Your Professional Real Estate Website is Still Important

Despite the latest advances in mobile technologies, social media websites or a large real estate website that feature properties from different realtors, a real estate agent’s own website

5 signs it’s time to update your website

While many of us look back at older, clunkier websites with some sense of nostalgia, a thriving business will quickly take a nosedive with such an archaic online presence.

How mobile-friendly is your site?

While most of us have an idea of what “mobile-friendly” means, it’s still tough to design a mobile website that takes into account things like the layout of your site’s information, navigation, loading speeds and so on.

Create a home page that works!

Is your website’s homepage doing enough to interest buyers and sellers to contact you?

Why WordPress is the Best Choice for your Real Estate Website

There simply isn’t a business in existence today that will not benefit from a web presence. Most will suffer without one. As far as real estate goes, more than 90% of people who want to buy or sell a home use the Internet in their search.

7 SEO Must-dos for Every Real Estate Website: No Excuses

Consider this: In 2011, according to J.D. Power reports as noted on an AGBeat release, only a measly 58% of home sellers use websites and website listings to promote properties. This number was peaking at 82% in the year 2010.

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