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WordPress Site Setup for Realtors

WordPress Site Setup for Realtors

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Published by Joanna Slodownik
This tutorial will teach real estate agents how to build their own website.
This tutorial will teach real estate agents how to build their own website.

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Published by: Joanna Slodownik on Jan 27, 2010
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Quick Start Guide to
Site Setup For Realtors
How Any Real Estate Agent CanSet Up A Killer WordPress WebsiteIn One Weekend Or LessFor Under $150!
January 2010
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If You Are a Realtor, Get Into Action TODAY!
More and more people are using the web to search for homes, and this trend is onlygoing continue for years to come.You need to create a website that will showcase your skills and areas you work. Thiswill greatly improve your credibility and add as a powerful means to marketing
yourself. Even if you have a page on your company’s website, that is NOT ENOUGH
to truly benefit from the potential provided by the internet.
Using the Internet to find clients and market your services is one of the most efficient and cost-effective ways to find new clients and advertise your realestate listings.
A website that has content properly optimized for search engineswill allow you to target people looking for listings or real estate brokers in yourarea.You also need to get into the social networking game. Start a Facebook, LinkedIn,and Twitter account immediately and start building your social networking
presence. Build a strong profile and start adding friends, and you’ll be amazed at 
how quickly you can build a database of potential clients. People like to see what other people they know are doing, and this is a great way to market yourself andshow people what you have going on in your life and your business.
And I’m not just talking about setting up a website with your contact informationand current listings. You can do so much more…
Start a
discussion group/info page about what’s happening in your slice
of the world. You become the source of information, the watercooler, theperson to turn to. Of course, if you spend ten minutes on it and then
move on, it’ll fail. But, if you spent 30% of yo
ur time working on yourpage (building it, curating it, promoting it), what do you think wouldshow up in Google searches? What sort of interactions would you start having with people thinking about your little part of the world? Evenbetter, what if you built a blog about your town, as good as any local
paper, with high school sports and tax controversies and everything…don’t you think the right people would read it?

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