lawrence: Lawrence Kansas - Equestrian Home on the Lake! - 05/11/11 01:28 PM
Clinton Lake offers many enjoyable activities, but what some may not be aware of are the horseback riding trails on the South side of the Lake. Rockhaven Park is part of the Clinton Lake area maintained by the US Army Corps of Engineers. The Park is set up perfectly for horses and riders who trailer in and camp on the shores of Clinton Lake.
But why trailer in and camp when you can live there! Right next door is a 40 acre paradise of equine heaven!
Rockhaven Farm is an equestrian dream home located just South of Clinton Lake in Lawrence, … (0 comments)

lawrence: When to use Single Listing Sites and how to make them work. - 04/07/11 09:06 AM
      Before writing this I read some other blogs on AR about single listing sites, most talked up the advantages but few told you how or when to use them. Frankly most single listing sites are hardly even seen by the major search engines and really the only advantage is to impress your clients.
Firstly and most importantly you must decide the purpose of your single listing site.
To impress your sellers To attract targeted traffic To improve your other sites ranking (more links) To increase your presence in other markets Impressing your sellers is important, and impressing prospective clients can … (43 comments)

 
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