What would your Real Estate Website do for you?

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with WebTech Dezine, Gabrielle Jeans Real Estate Coach

Most real estate professionals don’t really understand what it means to have the top #1 ranking in the normal search results of Google for your farm areas.  That’s only because their real estate website has never been on the first page of Google (IE the top 10 search results) or even page 2 or 3 or 10 or 100, and they’ve never known anyone else who has had high Google ranking.  Some have an inkling of what top ranking means because they have managed to get somewhere on pages 1-2 of search results.  

Having your website as the first search result on page 1 of Google search results for your farm area is truly a thing of magnificent, shiny beauty for your Real Estate business.  Achieving this ranking is no doubt the best and most cost-effective advertising you could possibly have for your business.  Google is still the #1 most visited web site on the planet, and until that fact changes much, this will all remain true.

What are you doing to achieve top ranking?

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Comments (2)

Jeffrey Jones
AZ Home Seekers - San Tan Valley, AZ
AZ Home Seekers, azhomeseekers.com

Hi Gabrielle,

it seems 15 years ago an agent needed a yellowpage ad to show they were credible, with technology swings that was quickly replaced by a website.

I agree that very few people use them to their full potential, and most of us don't know how.

Nov 26, 2012 12:35 AM
Dana Hollish Hill
Hollish Hill Group, JPAR Stellar Living - Bethesda, MD
REALTOR * Broker * Coach

When you are an exclusive buyer agent, you don't really farm the way listing agents do. We cover a larger area and try to reach potential buyers, not sellers. I am interested to hear what people are doing to get to the top so I'll keep checking back.

Nov 26, 2012 01:05 AM