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You really expect to SEO for real estate with an I-framed website?

It is hard enough trying to SEO for “(name of city) real estate” due to Zillow, Realtor.com, Trulia, Redfin, Movoto, ZipRealty and homes.aol taking up most of the page one organics. Maybe you are doing everything right. You have a domain that you own and a webisite that may have been provided by your franchise, broker or a third-party real estate marketing company. You are creating content every week with …Read More

SEO for Your Real Estate Website – Good luck with that

I get real estate agents and brokers calling me every week because they want to get on the first page of Google for the terms, “(city name) real estate’ or “(city name) homes for sale”. There was a time when really good SEO techs could make that happen, but now, especially for the real estate industry the opportunities for page one search results organically have decreased substantially. In the past …Read More

Online Real Estate Agent Ranking Systems. Good or Bad?

My answer? Very good. In fact online rankings can be great for Realtors but you have to know which ones to participate in. As a Realtor you are always seeking written testimonials from your happy home buyers and sellers. You live for testimonials that you will place in your listing book and your website. Setting your listing book aside, who is reading the testimonials that are on your website? Next …Read More

Las Vegas Casinos Won’t Allow Google Glass

Today I saw a news article that casinos in Las Vegas will not allow its patrons to wear Google Glass while on the casino floor. Makes complete sense to me. They currently don’t allow recording devices or cameras in the casinos. It it one thing to take a photo with your phone when you are snapping away pics of your friends for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, or when you take a picture the Royal …Read More

Google and NAR Present the Digital House Hunt Study

The National Association of Realtors(NAR) and Google has released a joint study called, “The Digital House Hunt: Consumer and Market Trends in Real Estate”.  The study objective was to better understand the evolving role of digital media in the consumer home search process. Google and NAR collaborated to uncover trends and insights around digital media usage among home shoppers, whether they were looking for an existing home, a newly constructed …Read More