Pay-Per-Click advice

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Morningside Homes, LLC 720-231-5200 DRE# ER300941

Has anyone tried pay-per clicks using iHouse or any other company? Were you successful in capturing the leads and made it to closing? I am thinking about my business plan for the new year to create more buyer leads.

Thank you,

Patty

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Rainmaker
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Mary Lockman
Windermere Real Estate Methow Valley - Winthrop, WA
Methow Valley Real Estate

 I use Facebook pay per click for some of my websites as well as Google adwords.  The websites are already established and this has driven traffic to the site for sure. I am on top of Google most of the time and all this pay per click has helped move me to the top slots and ensures I stay there. Google is getting very clever, they rotate who shows up when you do a search, so it is important to get on their paid ads too to ensure you are always there always when people are searching online.  Further Google has 90% but facebook teamed up with bing is trying to take some of that large share so I am doing both.  Wishing you the best of luck whatever path you take.

Jan 12, 2010 11:39 AM #1
Rainmaker
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Robert May
Robert W May - Lethbridge Real Estate - Lethbridge, AB
Real estate consulting

I have tried both google adwords and also facebook ads.  I find the facebook ads are much easier to target and the value per click is higher.  The google ads seem to get more worthless clicks, either from your competitors or some other unknown source.

I think the important thing is to not put up an ad and forget it.  You must keep your ad content changing or at least cycle your advertising so it doesn't appear the same for the entire year.

Robert May

"Please feel free to come visit by my blog and leave a comment too, it is how I meet the majority of my new friends here at activerain.  I always try to reply to comments and to return the favor by visiting your blog as well - Robert May"

Jan 12, 2010 11:43 AM #2
Rainmaker
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Aaron Vaughn, REALTOR© 512-845-4204
eXp Realty - Canyon Lake, TX
My knowledge is your power | eXp Realty

Pay per click is one way to go, but it's a costly way, and so far I have been able to avoid it with my AR blog.

Jan 12, 2010 11:48 AM #3
Rainer
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San Antonio Texas New Homes for Sale
www.sanantoniotexasnewhomesforsale.com - San Antonio, TX
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Hill Country

What do you think is the best source and/or way to generate a e lead?

and how many is a good average to get per day?

Jan 12, 2010 12:26 PM #4
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Joel Prince
The Principle Group, Inc - Hixson, TN
Hixson/Soddy Real Estate Broker

I don't have any advice on the topic, but I have learned a lot from the preceding comments. 

Thanks for blogging about the subject.

Jan 12, 2010 01:32 PM #5
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