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Each month AR runs numerous contests as a way for our members to engage in activities
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These state pages or hyper-local pages provide content directly related to a specific geographical location.
State, County, City and Neighborhood pages make it easy for consumers to find what they're looking for.
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Consumers peruse these pages for information
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This is probably not new to most of you but I just discovered the Real Estate Tomato and I had to share. (thanks to Rene Fabre) If you have ever asked yourself, "Why should I have a blog?", "Is my blog really doing anthing for my business?", or "how can I make my blog better?". This is the place for a fresh and juicy idea. For first time readers, I would suggest this post: How Does Real Estate Blogging Actually Generate Leads? (the title is a bit of a giveaway...) For regular bloggers and commenters, there are other great tidbits (1 comments)
Is Microsoft Cool Yet? - 09/05/08 07:01 PM
It seems like everyone's chattering about the new Microsoft ad with Seinfeld and Bill Gates. There are blogs and news articles galore bashing it. Check it out: Tip for MS: Fire the Advertising Agency MSFT Ad is to PC/Mac Campaign as Zune is to iPod Bill Gates, Jerry Seinfeld ad airs - Apple has nothing to worry about Internet disses new Microsoft commercial New Microsoft Seinfeld-Gates ad campaign starts with a dud What's the deal with this commercial? No, seriously. Microsoft Commercial Is Anything But Funny Microsoft Seinfeld Ad Not Exactly a Hit Bill Gates + Jerry Seinfeld = What?!!??? Seinfeld-Gates (0 comments)
Here are a few questions anyone with a real estate website might want to ask themselves or their webmaster: How many hits is my site getting? What time of day or week people are visiting my site the most? What links are getting clicked on my home page? What size screen is my site most viewed with? What are my top traffic sources? How long to visitors tend to stay on my site? Are my email campaigns driving traffic to my site? Why are these questions important? They're important because knowledge is power. They're important becase if you know this (0 comments)
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