Blogging For Real Estate

Blogging For Real Estate

For many #Realtors, it’s not the act of #blogging that’s difficult, per se, but rather the process of coming up with original, interesting, enticing ideas that produce more #realestate website traffic (and home buyer and seller leads). We understand the pains of ideating new blog topics … so we’ve decided to help you with your #contentmarketing by providing 20 must-implement blog post ideas on our Real Estate Marketing Academy. Even the most talented writers will tell you coming up with fresh new content can be tiresome, but they’ll also note there’s a trick to get around this stagnancy in developing original ideas.  By choosing one or a few series of blog post types that easily fit into topics you know well, you can create a plethora of articles on a weekly, biweekly, or monthly basis. Take a look below at 20 distinct kinds of series of articles you can put into play for your real estate agent blog so you can consistently (and easily) provide content you know your audience enjoys consuming and gets tremendous value from. 1)  Frequently Asked Questions Answered Arguably one of the easiest real estate blog topics you can cover in detail is offering answers to frequently asked questions from your leads and clients. You assuredly receive a number of questions on a daily basis from home buyers and sellers you work and meet with. So, why not answer these distinct queries with exhaustive responses on your blog? New York–based Realtors Keith and Kyle Hiscock provide in-depth answers to commonly asked questions from both buyers and sellers looking to purchase homes in the Rochester area on their well-run real estate blog. Aside from giving lengthy, helpful responses to help guide their niche...
ONLINE MARKETING & TRAINING

ONLINE MARKETING & TRAINING

ONLINE MARKETING & TRAINING We offer training via remote programs or in office for online marketing.  Train your employees or learn how to promote your own business online. We are digital marketing experts and offer everything from listing placements, online advertising such as Facebook Ads and Google Ads, social media management and integration, website maintenance support and more. Tell us what you need to promote your business online so we can...
Amazing Stats On Social Media Use

Amazing Stats On Social Media Use

Who uses social media the most? What do social media users shop for? Why do users engage with brands? Glad you asked! Here are 10 new and surprising stats marketers need to know about social media usage. All of these stats come from Nielsen’s 2016 Social Media Report, which was released today. 1. Women spend more time using social media than men. On average, women spent 6 hours and 33 minutes per week on social networks while men spent 4 hours and 23 minutes per week. 2. African-American adults use social media more than any other ethnic group when you combine smartphone, tablet, and PC usage (39.4 million) – but Hispanic adults are the biggest consumers of social media on smartphones (30 million). 3. Gen X (ages 35-49) spend the most time on social media – 6 hours and 58 minutes per week. Millennials (ages 18-34) came in second, spending 6 hours and 19 minutes of their time per week on social networks. 4. 41 percent of consumers who spent 2 hours or less on social media spent at least $500 on online purchases over the past 12 months, while 38 percent of consumers who spent at least 3 hours per day on social media spent $500 or more. 5. At least three-quarters of U.S. social media users made an online purchase within the last year, but only 46 percent of non-social media users made an online purchase during the same timeframe. 6. Over the last year, 30 percent of people who used social networks for less than 1 hour per day were shopping for travel reservations, such as hotel rooms or auto rentals – and 26 percent...