Yesterday evening a gasket failed in a toilet tank, preventing the tank from refilling.
While it wasn't apparent to me how to disassemble the column above the gasket, a quick Google search and I had the solution. An online search confirmed the big box hardware store had the gasket in stock and they were open until 10. In less than 30 minutes I had the part in hand and installed.
I didn't have to reinvent the wheel because the information was readily available. How to make the repair, the store's exact aisle and bay for the part, and if I had time to get there before closing.
Speaking of not needing to reinvent the wheel, can you leverage information from others to improve your real estate business? Of course!
Much of what I've done with real estate blogging is just executing fundamentals, fundamentals that were explained by other members of ActiveRain.
Providing unique real estate information that consumers seek is at the core of what works for us.
I don't have to reinvent that wheel, but I can work to improve that concept for our local market.
Over the years certain posts have far outperformed other similar posts and led to repeat business in those communities.
Because those particular posts & IDX pages strongly address the unique part of real estate blogging:
The best 55+ development in Cincinnati.
A townhome community in Mason.
A low maintenance community in Landen Lake.
Do you monitor the results of your blogging and page creation?
Review where your business comes from and why.
What gets looked at the most?
What causes the most calls?
You don't have to reinvent the wheel, you already have the answers for what works and where your focus needs to be.
Until next Tuesday, just Ask An Ambassador if you need help,
Bill & Liz aka BLiz