Giving Prospects Information They Can Use

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By Anita Clark People visit your website for one of two reasons: 1. They might be looking for an agent. If that is the case, they are already half sold. As long as your website looks professional, shows you as credible, and makes it easy to contact you, you have a new client. 2. They might be coming to your …

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Pinterest Marketing Part 4: Blog Content

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By Charlie Allred We have all heard the statistic that 90 percent of all home searches start online. So how do we capture this online business? My answer to this question is always: “You need a blog; your website should be a blog.”  I use the words website and blog interchangeably because a website without a blog is a static …

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NAR So Far: Four Running Themes in Anaheim

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By Michelle Flaherty Now that we’re on to day two of the REALTORS® Conference & Expo, and my mind and body are beginning to adjust to west coast time, the pieces of information that I will bring back home with me are becoming much more clear. First, it is becoming abundantly clear that I need an iPad.  Every class I’ve …

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Engaging With Your Community: Become the Local Expert

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By Laura Rubinchuk Blog for business. SEO on steroids. Tags, Meta Tags, video blogging, photo blogging, keywords and content…I could go on and on about all of the things we’re taught when we explore the online world as a lead generation method. Do you need to consider all of these things if you’re spending time on them as viable methods? …