Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Real Estate Listing Pages Should Be a Rich Experience

Real estate listing pages should capture the interest of your intended target audience. They should be rich with content and use different media.

A real estate virtual assistant can help an agent accomplish this. Listed below are three quick points to consider.

  1. Add a page from your blog. This will help it to be indexable by the search engines.
  2. Add some media, such as www.slide.com, www.YouTube, or www.photobucket.com. Add audio such as a podcast about the listing. The real estate agent's goal is to hold the interest of viewer and for them to stay on the site for as long as possible.
  3. Try to stay away from acronyms or abbreviations. Some viewers may not be aware of all of the meanings and that will take away from their experience that you want to create for them.
The real estate agent should have the goal of making that critical first impression in the first few seconds of a website visit. And to make the visit as impressionable as possible.

Hopefully you have a few ideas from this list. I would like to hear from others, to see what tips they have used and what has worked for them!

Have a Prosperous 2008!!

Roxanne Tidmore, NAR Certified REPA

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