Like in the Real estate business, the digital economy and dot com business are all about location. In the digital world “Location” is not a fixed physical place, however. It is a combination between a) Geolocation of the website host; b) Content tags and proper content management.
Real estate professional obviously don’t have the time and the expertise to create, manage and optimize their websites. At the same time, it is very important each and every listing on an real estate related website to rank as high as possible in the search Engine Results Pages (SERP). In or the to achieve that one needs to either hire an expensive website developer and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) expert or to get a Managed Web Hosting. The SEO experts charge per hour based on their expertise and the local labor rates. The lowest one is expected to pay for a a high quality SEO service is $35 per hour.
At the same time service like Managed Website costs anywhere between $30 and $100 per mont and offers not quality website optimization and management services at low cost, but also gives a long-term sustainability of any real estate relate websites.
Using a Managed Website service provider means that there will be always someone to take care of the software updates, to improve security and to develop the application framework of the website. More importantly, the person will would be managing the website and content for any real website business will be expected to create web pages which are optimized for high rank in the SERP. This includes meta tags management, contextual optimization of the page and creation of a related listings and web content, something which will improve tremendously the users’ experience.
Real estate professionals know the significance of the location as a selling point. It is not any different in the world of dot com based real estate businesses.