4 Reasons Consumers Are Coming To Your Website
Are You Addressing Each of These Needs?
In lesson #1 of the Real Estate Blogging Blueprint, we talked about first impressions and why they matter. So today, we’re going to look at some live examples of great, effective real estate website design in action. Remember, you only have a few seconds to capture someone’s attention, earn their trust and keep them on your site long enough to consider hiring you as their agent.
There are four primary reasons consumers are visiting your real estate website:
- Search for homes.
- Find out how the market is doing.
- Find out what they’re home is worth.
- They want to learn more about the local community.
Whether you’re looking to hire someone to design your website, or you’re designing your website yourself, you need to take these primary elements into consideration.
This video is approximately 20 mins, 26 seconds in length and I review the following:
- An example of a poorly designed real estate website (slow page load, empty landing page, poor copy),
- I show you an example of a high-end, professional website design that addresses each of the four primary elements,
- I show you an example of a template website design that addresses each of the four primary elements,
- I give you a (somewhat brief) overview of the AgentPress Child Theme from StudioPress and show you how to activate each of the design elements on the demo home page by simply using widgets.
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