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Creating Community Pages on your Real Estate Website | Go Hyperlocal!

Creating Community Pages on your Real Estate Website | Go Hyperlocal!

Read to go hyperlocal? How to Create Community Pages on your Real Estate Website So you have a new website and you’ve added your About Us page, testimonials and a few other things, but aren’t quite sure what to do next?  Many real estate agents think they have to start blogging, but before you do, we HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you select three to five communities or neighborhoods that you serve and build a page for each.  Not only will your website visitors appreciate you sharing information about the neighborhoods or suburbs they are interested in, you will also start building authority and/or trust with the search engines (i.e. Google, Bing, Yahoo) and over time, they will increase your rankings on the search results pages. Before you begin creating your community pages, please keep reading below for tips on: How to structure your community web page What real estate keywords to focus on Adding current homes for sale to your web pages Examples of websites with high ranking neighborhood and community pages. First, create a structure for your community pages on your website. This will help visitors easily navigate your real estate website and will also help the search engines understand your site’s structure (which ultimately helps your page rank better).  For example, if you create a page for one of the counties and/or cities you serve and then list all the neighborhood pages, your website URL would look something like this: JohnBrownHomes.com/atlanta/grant-park/  – OR –  JohnBrownHomes.com/fulton-county/atlanta/grant-park – OR – JohnBrownHomes/com/atlanta-neighborhoods/grant-park  The areas in bold are the pages that you’ll have to create BEFORE starting your neighborhood or community page. When you create your...
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