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How to Write a Killer Company Profile

Posted by Megan Prior in Content on 11 July 2017

Tags: content marketing

Your company profile page is one of the most critical and frequently visited pages on your real estate website. When potential clients are deciding on whether or not to work with your business, they first want to know who you are, what you do and how your real estate services will benefit their property search or sale experience. Therefore, your company profile page provides an opportunity to connect with prospects, stand out from other players in the market and build your credibility as a real estate brand.

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Publish Content that Converts

Posted by Megan Prior in Content on 05 July 2017

Tags: content marketing, lead generation

Before you launch an expensive digital advertising campaign to drive more traffic to your website and generate more leads, you should first look at improving your website’s conversion rate. Conversion rate optimisation (CRO), is the process of making changes to your website to provide your visitors with an improved online property search experience with the purpose of ultimately improving the rate at which your website visits are converted into high quality leads. CRO is a relatively untapped real estate marketing opportunity and works on the premise that the more you improve the potential buyer or tenant’s experience on your website, the more leads you will generate. There are many factors that affect a website’s conversion rate, however, by simply improving the quality and quantity of content published on your website, you can greatly increase conversions and generate more leads without blowing your marketing budget. 

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10 Great Email Newsletter Content Ideas

Posted by Megan Prior in Email on 13 June 2017

Tags: Automated Newsletter, content marketing, creative articles, email marketing, email newsletter

It is vital for any real estate business to build lasting relationships with existing and prospective clients by maintaining regular contact. This is why a sound marketing communication strategy will prove very successful for your real estate brand and one of the most valuable and cost effective communication tools you have at your disposal is your monthly email newsletter.  An email newsletter is a great way to distribute relevant information to prospective clients and nurture your leads through every stage of their home buying, selling or renting process. By publishing and distributing valuable content, that is educational and informative, on a regular basis, you will not only position yourself as the local property expert, but you will keep your brand at the forefront of mind, build long-term relationships with prospective clients and drive repeat traffic to your real estate website. 

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Nurturing Leads through Automated Email Marketing  

Posted by Prop Data in Email on 06 June 2017

Tags: Automated Newsletter, email alert, email marketing, email newsletter

Lead nurturing is one of the most important keys to your real estate marketing success. To avoid leads going cold and potentially losing out on a future sole mandate, sale or rental you have to nurture your leads by keeping in regular contact with all your prospective clients and cultivate a personal relationship with each and every one of them. 

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The 5 Benefits of Property Listing Syndication 

Posted by Prop Data in Syndication on 10 May 2017

Tags: syndication

Syndication has enabled estate agents to capture a property listing once and then, with a single click of a button, automatically publish that listing on multiple property portals. Therefore, syndication is an important method of marketing a property listing online and offers several benefits to your real estate business.

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Homebuyers Don’t Need Your Real Estate Website – So Make Them Want It

Posted by Prop Data in Content on 11 April 2017

Tags: content marketing, email marketing, google adwords, local search, property portals

The number of buyers who are finding their dream home online, without the direct assistance of an estate agent, is higher than ever before.The estate agent is no longer the gatekeeper to property information as the internet has empowered today’s homebuyers and given them free and easy access to information. 

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Hyperlocal Marketing: The Best Way to Differentiate Your Real Estate Brand

Posted by Prop Data in Search on 04 April 2017

Tags: content marketing, creative articles, display ads

In today’s hyper competitive real estate market it is now more important than ever to differentiate yourself from your competitors. To stand out from the crowd and become the agent or real estate brand with the most signs in the ground, it is important to create a dominant presence in your specific neighbourhood and be perceived as the local real estate authority in your community. The easiest way to accomplish this is through hyperlocal marketing. 

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Use Facebook Ads To Target Your Real Estate Audience

Posted by Michaila Pirie in Social on 14 March 2017

Tags: facebook, social media

Are you curious about the adverts you’ve been seeing in your Facebook News Feed? Have you ever considered diversifying your real estate advertising strategy by taking advantage of Facebook’s advertising options? With over 5 new profiles created every second, and with over 1.8billion users, Facebook allows real estate agencies the perfect opportunity to get their ads in front of their desired target audience at a very cost effective price. 

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5 Facebook Benefits for Real Estate

Posted by Janice Naidoo in Social on 07 March 2017

Tags: facebook, online marketing, social media

The era of buying print advertising space with the hope of creating brand awareness and generating leads has passed. Now days the majority of buyers, tenants, landlords and sellers are starting their search for a local estate agent or property, online. Therefore, as a tech savvy real estate brand, your marketing objectives should be to create a dominant online presence wherever your prospective clients are starting their search online – whether it is on Google, YouTube, property portals, or via email and social media channels. 

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