real estate copywriting: Still Don’t Know What To Say? More Real Estate Blog Topics - 01/14/08 02:57 AM
We've discussed blog topic ideas in the past, but many of you have mentioned that you're still stuck. To help you out, we've compiled another list that may help your creative juices flow.
Mortgages: It's at the top of every buyer and seller's mind these days. From how to get out of a bad mortgage to how to choose the right one for you, you can't go wrong with a mortgage topic on a real estate blog.
Moving Tips: If you're selling someone a home, they're going to move into it. If you're helping someone sell a home, they're going to move out … (3 comments)

real estate copywriting: Staring At The Blank Page: Coming Up With Real Estate Blog Topics - 01/09/08 01:43 AM
The cursor blinks at a maddening pace. As a real estate agent, you promised you'd blog once a week to attract more people to the site, but your mind is blank. Your palms begin to sweat. Forget it. You turn the screen off and walk away, thus losing your established readership in the process because you couldn't think of a single thing to say in your scheduled post.
You know that regular postings are the key to a successful real estate blog, but who can come up with something to say every single week or twice a week if you post that … (0 comments)

real estate copywriting: The Three Major Rules of A Successful Real Estate Blog - 01/02/08 10:43 PM
Hundreds of people start a blog for professional or personal reasons every single day, but if your resolution for the new year is to start a blog for your real estate agency, you have a very different agenda in mind. That also means, though, that there are a few things you must keep in mind as you get started.
 
Real Estate Blog Rule #1 - Regular postings are the key to regular readers.
Why would anyone read your blog if you don't post on a regular basis. If you simply log in and post something whenever you feel like it - once a … (5 comments)

real estate copywriting: New Year’s Resolutions - 12/27/07 06:48 AM
We all make big plans at the end of each year.
 
"Next year, we'll exceed our sales goals by 28%."
"Next year, our new web 2.0 marketing ideas will move forward."
"Next year, I'll manage to keep my desk clear all of the time."
 
The reality, though, is that next year will be little different than this one unless you make some changes to the way you do things. If you have a lot of goals for next year, you may want to consider outsourcing some of those tasks to ensure that you stay on track.
 
Want to increase your sales? Consider outsourcing … (0 comments)

real estate copywriting: Help!!!! I Have No Idea What To Write About - 12/18/07 11:57 PM
If a real estate blog is an integral part of your marketing system, you may be frustrated day after day as you sit in front of your screen trying to come up with topics. These ideas may help.
 
Consider blogging about your new listings. This is a great way to get exposure to your real estate blog, and if you have new listings on a daily basis, a brief overview of each may give readers just the reason they need to head over to your site to find all of the right properties for them.Consider writing about companion companies in your area … (5 comments)

real estate copywriting: Search Engine Optimization For Your Real Estate Website - 12/12/07 12:26 AM
Is your real estate website a little late to the SEO bandwagon? Don't worry. James Colucci Enterprises can help optimize your site so the search engines and potential customers can see it in just a matter of minutes.
What is SEO?
SEO is short for ‘search engine optimization,' and it's a term that many are using these days. The goal of SEO text is to make it easier for the major search engines to see your site and thus give it to potential customers at a higher ranking position than the sites of your competitors. The difficulty, though, lies in optimizing for the … (1 comments)

 

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