Good question. You see, I've been writing real estate copy for a few years now. It's not my ONLY industry, but it's certainly one of my favorites. Agent sites, property sites, domestic, international - I've certainly covered a lot of ground with my copy.
One place this is really true is my own relocation website: Relocate Clayton. It's all about moving to Clayton, NC and life there. Mostly it's a bunch of blog posts and pages, but it's come a long way. it's even got a job board specifically for Clayton, NC jobs.
I can hear some of you now...What? You have a relocation site? But, but, you're not...an agent!
I know. Should I be? Maybe not in this economy, but I have to tell you, I've flexed my copywriting and SEO skills to get myself on page 1 of Google's results for some sweet Clayton, NC real estate terms terms that some agents might be interested in. I was at a non-real estate networking event a few weeks ago and certainly got some interest up when people found out I was THAT guy.
Maybe one day I'll get my license. I'm sure I could make a decent living off referrals, right? I mean, I really don't have time for showings and all that - I'm too busy writing copy for agent sites and my own relocation site.
The site started out as a pet project. I fed it a little and it's grown...and matured quite well. Now I'm not sure whether to keep feeding it, or to get my license and let it feed ME!