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How to Attract the Right Buyers in Real Estate

When it comes to real estate marketing, we don’t want just any traffic to our website, we want the right traffic. We want the people who are most likely to view a property, and, ultimately, become happy homeowners. Who are the “right” people in real estate marketing? Our ideal customers, also known as our buyer personas. Here are some of most important tools to attract the right people in real estate, according to the Hubspot approach. 


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Blogging. Successful real estate marketing starts with blogging. A blog is the single best way to attract new visitors to your website. In order to get found by the right prospective customers, you must create educational content that speaks to them and answers their questions.


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SEO. Your customers begin their buying process online, usually by using a search engine to find something they have questions about. So, you need to make sure you’re appearing prominently when and where they search. To do that, you need to carefully, analytically pick keywords, optimize your pages, create content, and build links around the terms your ideal buyers are searching for.


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Pages. Your website pages are your digital storefront when it comes to real estate marketing. So put your best face forward! Optimize your website to appeal to your ideal buyers and transform your website into a beacon of helpful content to entice the right strangers to visit your pages.


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Social Publishing. Successful real estate marketing strategies are all about remarkable content - and social publishing allows you to share that valuable information on the social web, engage with your prospects, and put a human face on your brand. Interact on the networks where your ideal buyers spend their time.

See how we helped one of our clients with all of of these initiatives here. 

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