How to use the web to promote your real estate business.  

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created by rickhendershot 2009-07-23 03:55:35 am

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Join Facebook and search for people in your target area. Add your present listings in your images write on your wall everytime add new ones or there's changes to prices of existing ones.

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submitted by imscamp 2009-07-24 12:52:39 am    

 



Create a good general resource guide with backlinks to your site and give it way. If it is good enough, it will become viral and other blogs will also give it away. Make it such that it is helpful to a large group of people.

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submitted by aldricchang 2009-07-23 11:51:01 pm    


Create a blog. Write regular posts about things of interest to your prospects and customers. Drive traffic to your blog by using email, Twitter, Facebook.

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submitted by rickhendershot 2009-07-23 03:55:35 am    


Create a Twitter account. Search for local Twitter accounts and follow them. Create interesting tweets that encourage people to follow you back. Use tweets to drive traffic to your blog. Interact with followers.

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submitted by rickhendershot 2009-07-23 03:58:26 am    


On your website, create unique and interesting content about your real estate business and the market you serve. Mention local community names, events, people and places in your articles. Have everything proof read for a professional appearance.

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submitted by Mel 2009-07-23 11:18:06 pm    


Post a few "Case Studies" on properties you were succesful in selling. highlight pricing, improvements, time on market, lessons learned, and final selling price.

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submitted by ontargetairsoft 2009-07-31 11:17:33 am    

 



Provide due diligence tools or sites so people can do the research they need to feel comfortable and to make smarter decisions. It will show you care about your clients investments success.

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submitted by saki5394 2009-07-31 01:15:55 pm    

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