7 tips to maximize your traditional real estate website

As people move more towards mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones for their business and their real estate search, real estate agents must move with them. No matter how great the website may look, if it is not responsive (able to automatically format to tablets and phones) Google may bury the site several pages back in the search.

A few things will better help to push your site up in Google's rankings, regardless of if you are formatted for a computer, a smartphone, or the newly popular act of searching via a television screen. Make sure that those searching your site know where you are and where you work. Zip codes and phone numbers with area codes do wonders to help with this. Focusing on the key sections of the site that people often look and organizing the pictures and links as such help to make the site more user-friendly as well. Remember that people skim sites first before delving deeper, so bullet points are your friend. Also check for broken links, how your site shows in various browsers, and how quickly the site loads.

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POSTED September 24 2013 1:51 PM

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