Getting your own site up and running may sound daunting. Most of you may already have "a website".
However, here is my question to those of you who "already have a site": Does your website not only help promote you/your business, does it provide detailed content, articles, and links that may still generate you money? The reason I ask...
I see many mortgage brokers and real estate agents who have "a company" site. They are provided with a site to park themselves, oftentimes free. Oftentimes, though, a monthly company "maintenance fee" is charged. Now, the company is the one making some money from Google ads, or articles, etc that may promote others businesses, etc. These types of sites are FINE. HOWEVER, I HIGHLY recommend you check into having YOUR OWN site.
Maybe your home sales are a little slow and you are looking for extra income. The internet can probably help you month in and month out to produce extra revenue. How about the marketing of your services: Are you familiar with Google adwords? You can run an Adwords campaign and have people find you right in your own city. You simply draw a circle radius around you and say: Give me everyone who types "sell my house" using Google within 10 miles". You will be amazed. How much would you pay per lead to be able to do that?
Anyway, whether you are a contractor, real estate agent, mortgage broker, etc, I'm going to recommend a company who I've enjoyed partnering with. You can choose anyone you like, but as far as customer service/help desk/ease of use, etc...these guys are the best.
Now you may be saying, "Brandon, I don't have an ounce of technical know-how". No problem. Tell them what you want and their developers can have you up and running quickly and affordably. They can provide 1 stop shopping from picking out your site name, to hosting, and designing your site.
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