12 Jul Highest Quality Content for Realtors
Dominate your Market with Great Content
What real estate web design and marketing companies have learned is that Realtors want their cake and eat it too. The battle is on to give everything they ask for, but it seems the one key piece that makes it work.
Zillow, Real Estate Webmasters, Commissionsinc, and AgentLocators try to provide such a complete comprehensive real estate marketing solution. That includes technology, messaging, analytics, and more. But in my discussions with prospects who have tried them, they aren’t too satisfied. They assumed that by having it all, that the most important things would be magically solved. Turns out, digital marketing in real estate isn’t that easy despite the promises.
You might be underperforming because your web and social content sucks. This is where a creative real estate content specialist is the solution — they create unique, significant, and relevant material to your specific target clients
Google too has discovered that as a helpful their ad service is to Realtors in providing leads, that home buyer and seller conversion rates are outside of their control. They advise persistently to offer better content for your visitors. And customers of the lead generation companies see the same thing. They provide all these tools and services ad nauseum, but Realtors see the same results regardless of who they are. There seems to be something in uniqueness, significance, and personalization that makes prospects pay attention.
So what’s determining Realtor conversion rates if it’s not the all inclusive service? High Quality Content.
High Quality Content is the Holy Grail
The value home buyers and sellers are seeking is the feeling of satisfaction that they’re getting close to what they want. If they see the perfect home for them, that’s the best content you can have — the thing they want. Well, chances are you don’t have that perfect home and it may not even be on the MLS. However, your content can persuade them that you are the best channel to get that satisfaction. It’s the same with sellers who want the best price.
- High quality content is text, video, images and value propositions that represent what they are after. It’s your reasonable facsimile
- High quality content serves many other purposes too such as high Google rankings, and social media sharing.
- High quality content makes a better impact resulting in more buyer/seller intent and more immediate action.
- High quality content keeps buyers/sellers more engaged and keeping you top of mind.
So this missing piece of the pie, is also kind of an all-inclusive benefit in itself. High quality content serves all of your promotional needs and does it really well. It’s like the product on the shelf that sells itself. But it’s not a simple matter to create exceptionally good content. It’s a matter of strategy, budget and time. Too often, realtors have none of these which is why 95% of all agents never improve their earnings.
At some point, you have to stop following trends and all you can eat digital marketing schemes and begin pursuing a unique route to really satisfying your prospects. That will take expertise, time, money and confidence. Keep reading this blog and you’ll build the spirit and confidence necessary.
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