Real estate IDX is a great lead generation tool for your agent or broker website but don’t make the mistake in thinking it’s a passive lead generating tool. While email updates are sent to subscribers automatically and it’s terrific that visitors will receive your branded emails with the listings they want to see daily, it may not be enough to earn a new client. Read more
Those +1 buttons you’re seeing on search results didn’t make a lot of sense to me because how can you recommend a site you just found in search results without having visited the site? Now you can put the Google +1 button on your website. This makes a lot of sense. Here’s how to get yours:
Add the Google +1 Button to your website
Copy and paste the +1 code snippet from Google into your web page.
Add the Google +1 Button to your WordPress website
Download and install the Google +1 Button WordPress Plugin
You can install this through your WordPress Plugins, Add New, search “Google +1 Button” Install and activate.
Insert the shortcode on your posts and pages: [google1]
A QR code (quick response code) is simply a bar code that sends a mobile device to a specific website URL. So for example if you offer a QR code on a listing flier a homebuyer can scan it with their phone and the app will show the URL which they can open in a browser and/or share via SMS & email. QR codes can can also be used to send your contact info to a mobile device. Read more
The National Association of Realtors has developed a comprehensive web site with a clear message for a specific audience.
The message: Everything you need to know to enhance the value of your home.
Target audience: Responsible Proactive Homeowners
NAR had a huge budget to research their market (13 studies, thousands of realtors & consumers) and consulted with the best of the best and so on… This is what they came up with: Read more
via: Problogger.com 7 Questions to Ask On Your Blog to Get More Reader Engagement.