Can content marketing get leads? Or is it a fluffy waste of time? We look at how you can measure the impact of content marketing, as well as showing you some of our results.
You might know you’re fab and trustworthy, but someone encountering you for the first time won’t have a clue, and you need to show them. Here are 3 places to start to build trust in your estate agency online.
Instagram is a visual platform, and there are multiple ways you can post and utilise it’s many features for your business. Find out more.Build your followers, Digital marketing, Growing your profile, Instagram, Reels,
No preamble, no waffle, just 5 ways that you can present the key highlights of the Spring Budget 2021 to your customers and potential customers, without people ignoring you for basically copy and pasting off of the BBC News website. Idea #1: *Grab another local expert, and do a Facebook Live Find yourself an Accountant, […]blog, Budget 2021, Chancellor, Clubhouse, Instagram,
With visits to own-brand estate agency websites at a high, is your website geared up to convert that extra traffic into leads?Estate agency marketing, estate agents, responsive, SEO, web design,
‘SEO’ gets chucked around the internet a lot. Mainly by people like us who love it, and want to talk about it. But if it’s no something you’re familiar with, it can feel like a real minefield. In this post, we’re talking about SEO for WordPress websites, but if you don’t have a WordPress website, […]Estate Agency websites, google+, Rank Math, Search Engines, SEO,
The Government proposes to lift the minimum EPC for all privately rented homes in the UK to Band C – this would apply to new tenancies from 2025 and all existing tenancies from 2028. They have outlined penalties of up to £30,000 for landlords who do not comply, and is considering banning agents and portals from listing properties that do not meet the standards. So what should you do now?energy performance, EPC, Green Homes Grant, Landlord, private rental sector,
Like most well-balanced articles, the answer to the question ‘is paying for blog content a good idea?’ is ‘it depends’. When it’s good, it’s very very good, but when it’s bad it could be catastrophic for getting your website seen online. If you’re an estate agent looking to pay someone to write content for you, […]articles, blog content, blogging, estate agents blog,