Oh, Please, Not Another Real Estate Website Company

Services for Real Estate Pros with Dynamic Page Solutions

Their driving you nuts but what can an individual real estate agent do to compete on the web for precious Internet visibility? Use a real estate technology wrapped around a one of a kind IDX solution that is algorithm smart. In a nutshell we are all about creating a HUGE fishing net that will draw more opportunities to our clients on the internet which is truly the wave of the future in real estate.

We are a bottom line company that addresses branding, name recognition and true quality lead generation....not the fancy, custom (and oh, so expensive) electronic brochures you guys get approached about constantly...and by the way, our basic site starts at the price of $0. Some of the best technology out there is free....WordPress, Craigslist, Google..... 

We have something nailed down to a science and that is called longtail optimization. Truthfully this is how people search...very specific in detail as to what someone is in the market to buy. And buying is the relevant concept with longtail, specific searching correlates directly with serious intent...to buy. We have optimized our sites for hundreds of niche real estate keywords that are searched and do win traffic.

While other companies try to compete with competitive and hard to win key words...our real estate technology open thousands of new doors and creates opportunities for our clients to win on the web.  We don't just win on keywords we win on thousands of pages of content.  We actually have found a way to theme, categorize and optimize all MLS listings, (not just your listings) but the listings in an entire city if that's what you're interested in targeting.

The gate keepers (search engines) can actually see and value that content as opposed to the typical iframe IDX. If you are interested in learning more about what we can do for you with this technology please give me a call and we can discuss our IDX technology for real estate and possibly other opportunities for Internet visibility. 

Posted by

Anita Koppens

Comments (7)

Andrew Monaghan
The Monaghan Group - Glendale, AZ
CRS, GRI, EPro Associate Broker

Thank you for sharing

Jan 15, 2010 01:00 PM
Dynamic Page Solutions
Dynamic Page Solutions - Mesa, AZ

Andrew - You bet, it's tough marketing websites to the real estate industry because most of them simply do not work (real estate websites that is). When you have a product that truly has value and has the potential to rank highly for hundreds of keywords...you have to come up with new angles of marketing especially to a crowd that has a built up distrust for websites.

Jan 16, 2010 01:15 AM
Brian Anderson
Peachtree SEO - Peachtree City, GA
SEO and Social Media Marketin

Anita - Good points around long tail SEO.  I do some of the same on my mortgage website - www.andersonlendinggroup.com.

Whether for AdWords or organic traffic, going after long tail is only smart way to do business.

Do you use a specific CMS...ie WordPress, or build from scratch?  Who maintains?


Jan 16, 2010 03:13 PM
Dynamic Page Solutions
Dynamic Page Solutions - Mesa, AZ

Hi Brian,

Ours is a turnkey solution. We maintain via hosting so the agent doesn't need to know or worry about onsite updates. Our CMS is a one-of-a-kind patent pending technology.

Jan 18, 2010 12:39 AM
Rich Cederberg
eXp Realty - Albuquerque, NM
eXp Realty Agent Albuquerque


Great to see you posting here on Acitve Rain. I'm looking forward to getting my site cranking.

Jan 20, 2010 12:14 PM
Dynamic Page Solutions
Dynamic Page Solutions - Mesa, AZ

Rich, Thanks for popping by, I got very bogged down during November and December, I hope to be able to dedicate more time on AR.

Jan 21, 2010 01:25 AM
Russel Ray, San Diego Business & Marketing Consultant & Photographer
Russel Ray - San Diego State University, CA

I looked at Wordpress but didn't find it to be free unless I wanted their ads popping up all over. That didn't appeal to me.

Come join the fun in ActiveRain's Guerrilla Marketing Team Contest.

Mar 26, 2010 04:57 PM