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The Top 10 Ways to Drive New Traffic to Your Real Estate Website
As a real estate agent, one of your primary goals and constant challenge is driving consumers to your website. Your real estate website is like your online store, so it's vital to your success to explore strategies that increase traffic to your website. Real estate is a numbers game. More traffic to your website means more opportunities to convert a consumer into a lead. The more leads, the more opportunity for clients, and the more clients means more income and more referrals. When you brainstorm ways to drive more traffic to your website, think of ways your target audience consumes information and how you can intercept their attention. In this article, you'll discover 10 marketing tactics used to drive new website visitor traffic to your
9 Ways to Use Social Media to Make Your Website a Better Lead Engine
Social media is a powerful marketing tool for all types of businesses--the real estate industry is certainly no exception. Studies show that sales associates are consistently among the most active on most social media platforms. The National Association of REALTORS® reports 77% of real estate professionals use social media marketing in some form for their businesses. Over 80% of online users are active on Facebook. As a sales associate, you understand the significant impact social media has on building trust with your clients and generating leads for your business. Social media is unbeatable when it comes to driving traffic to your website and turning those visitors into leads. You can use social media channels to promote your brand and your listings. It's an essential part of your marketing strategy that helps you connect with your targeted audience, where they spend a good deal of their time. It also enables you to cultivate long-term relationships with current clients, past clients, and future referrals. When you incorporate social media channels into your marketing strategy, you're inviting people to your website right when they need you. Many people find it tough to uncover the best ways to use social media for growing their business. This can lead to their social efforts falling by the wayside after an initial burst of enthusiasm. Here's how to make social media an asset for your real estate website: 1. Choose the Best Social Channels for Your Brand Each social media website has advantages. For example, Twitter is terrific for connecting with people in your community because anyone can see your posts. Facebook tends to be effective for cultivating connections with your past and current clients. Instagram is ideal for real estate photos, and LinkedIn can be superb for those specializing in luxury and commercial properties. 2. Share Plenty of Amazing Photographs and Videos Real estate is visual: People need to imagine living in a home before they will truly be enticed by it. Facebook and Instagram, in particular, offer lots of opportunities to share your best real estate photography. 3. Introduce Virtual Tours and Open Houses for Your Active Properties With buyers and sellers looking for alternatives to in-person showing, social media has a chance to shine. A virtual showing can come in the form of a guided video tour of a property or even an interactive, panoramic experience using still photos of each room. Sharing this compelling multimedia content gets prospective buyers off the fence and onto your website. 4. Make Your Blog the Cornerstone of Your Social Strategy Most of your future clients will find you online. Not only that, but going online to check out local listings is often a buyer's first step. Your blog can help. By sharing helpful, informative articles on real estate trends, you guide leads through the whole process. Since they recognize your expertise, they are more likely to choose you when they enter the market. 5. Use Automation to Your Advantage for Better Consistency Some business owners sink hours a day into social media when they first get started. Automation helps you stay focused on high-value tasks. The right automation tools will allow you to pre-write your social media updates and post them when your audience is active. You can also instantly share your listings, reviews, testimonials, blog posts, and videos. 6. Promote Your Best Reviews and Testimonials on Social Media Social proof is one of the most potent ways to get attention from future buyers and sellers. 7. Create Opportunities for Interactive Conversations Social media isn't just for brands to talk "at" their customers. Two-way conversations are key to building relationships. Monitor mentions of your brand, relevant hashtags like #RealEstate, and news about your community being shared on social media. This helps you find others who can benefit from your expertise. And, of course, always respond to any replies to your social posts! 8. Use Industry Hashtags to Make Your Content Discoverable Social media is a wide world, and you want your content to be discoverable. Hashtags make it happen, clarifying the subject of your posts, so they show up in search. Always include 1-3 hashtags like #JustListed, #DreamHome, #ForSale or #PropertyWatch. 9. Absorb the Lessons of Analytics to Use Your Time Wisely Analytics software gives you information about your social media following, how people find you, and what content they're interacting with. Virtually all social platforms now have their own analytics, though they may only be available to active advertisers. By checking your analytics weekly, you can learn which posts are popular and tailor your content accordingly. Many sales associates jump into social media with both feet, only to be disappointed by their results. Early setbacks can conceal social media's power, but marketing automation unlocks it. Social media marketing done correctly helps you zero in on your community members ready to buy or sell, then earn their trust. You can reach great results and have the work-life balance you deserve. Not getting your copy of Delta Media Group's magazine, Real Estate Marketing & Technology? Sign up today. Your subscription is FREE. To view the original article, visit the Delta Media Group
How to Get Search Engines to Come Crawling Back
In this article for Delta Media Group's real estate industry publication, Real Estate Marketing and Technology Magazine, Aaron Geh discusses how SEO helps your real estate website attract more traffic and better quality leads. Whether searching for a sales associate or going on a house hunt, most people start their search online. Search engine results are a huge potential source of traffic for your real estate website, which leads to fierce competition for the top positions in search rankings. That's where search engine optimization (SEO) enters the picture. SEO is one of the most powerful tools for growing your real estate firm online, but SEO's complexity means that not everyone understands it. Let's look at these SEO tips to help your business attract more traffic and better quality