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What is the importance of Real Estate SEO Now

By Ben Shepardson | August 24, 2022

There are more than 1.9 billion websites currently active on the internet, and if you plan on generating leads and getting yourself known on the internet, you'll have a lot of other websites to compete with. But how is it even possible to compete with so many other websites, you might ask? It all has to do with the power of real estate SEO. 

If you don't use SEO for your real estate agency, you will find that your agency will remain virtually unknown to the masses. On the other hand, real estate agencies will grow almost effortlessly when propelled by the power of SEO. 

So, where should you start when it comes to bringing more traffic to your website with SEO? Keep reading more below to find out. 

What You Need To Know About Real Estate SEO

SEO or search engine optimization has everything to do with how Google (and other search engines) find your content online. SEO consists of several different factors that make it easier for search engines and real people to find your content. It involves certain words, phrases, structure, and more so that your content is as optimized as possible and more likely to show up on a list of search results. 

On the other hand, when you don't use SEO for real estate marketing, it will be very difficult for both real people and search engines to find your real estate content. As a result, your website will fall into obscurity, and it will be nearly impossible for people to find your site even if they search for it. But how can you get started incorporating SEO into your website content?

To start, you need to know about keywords. A keyword is nothing more than a word or a few words that a person might type into Google. For example, "beachfront house" is a popular keyword that many people might search for on the internet. 

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It will, of course, bring up many search results regarding this keyword, perhaps even millions of search results. However, you will notice that Google will only show a small handful of search results while the millions of others are on Google's subsequent pages. The results that appear on the first page are the most popular and the most successful. 

They will get far more website visits and organic traffic compared to the search results on the subsequent pages. In fact, most online users rarely go to Google's second page since the first page already has all the most important information that people want to know. So, of course, the goal is to get your content on Google's first page, but how?

Unsurprisingly, this is quite a difficult feat, but as long as you figure out how to use keywords and other important SEO factors, you will find that it may be a possibility in the near future. But how should you use keywords and other SEO factors in an effective way?

How To Incorporate SEO Into Your Website

Choosing the right keywords for your content is the first step to making your website more successful. Many people think that using the most popular keywords is the best choice, but this is not necessarily true. In fact, using keywords that are too popular can actually make it more difficult to bring more traffic to your website. 

This is because popular keywords are very competitive. This means that many other websites will be using the same keyword as you. More often than not, more successful websites will end up overshadowing yours even if you are using the same keyword. 

Does this mean that your website has no chance to compete? Not at all! However, instead of choosing very popular keywords, you should opt for keywords that are more niche and specific. 

Long-tail keywords are especially helpful. They are keywords that consist of three or more words. For example, instead of the regular keyword, "beachfront house," you can use the long-tail keyword, "Beachfront house in Florida."

What You Need to Know

Just by adding a few more words to the keyword, it ends up being much more specific and niche. Because it is more specific, it won't have as much competition as vaguer keywords, and your content will be far more likely to show up. Besides choosing the right keywords, you will also want to learn how to structure your content. 

For example, you will want to make sure that the titles of your content are as catchy as possible, especially for blogs. If your titles are too long and dull, no one will ever be tempted to click on your content. On the other hand, if the title is engaging and brief, it will be far more attractive to potential readers. 

For the content itself, make sure that you don't have large walls of text. If you have huge paragraphs in your content, it will be hard for people to read, and they might click away from your website to find a website with information that is easier to process. To solve this problem, break up your paragraphs, so they only consist of a few sentences each.

All About Real Estate SEO 

Real estate SEO is essential if you want to bring more traffic to your website and ensure that your real estate agency is successful. You can make this possible by using the right keywords for your content so search engines and people can find your website easier. You can also craft your titles and the structure of your content to have more SEO value. 

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Ben Shepardson is a Realty Biz News Contributing Writer and has a long track record of success in online marketing and web development. While pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems, he worked doing enterprise-level SEO and started an online business offering web development services to small business customers.
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