When writing fresh content for your blog is one task too many… here’s help.
|You know your blog is important. Your real estate posts add content to your site and keep visitors coming back.|
When you fail to post for too many days, those potential home buyers and sellers move on to read information from your competitors.
Then, when they’re ready to act, it’s your competitor they think of instead of you. Not good.
You know all that, but…
- What if you don’t like to write – or don’t write well?
- What if you can sit and stare at an empty screen for hours without thinking of a new topic?
- What if you just don’t have time?
Here’s good news:
Our real estate blog post service will take care of the writing, so all you have to do is cut, paste, and post the content.
When you subscribe, I’ll send you a new post every 7 days. Some will be focused toward sellers, some toward buyers, and some will contain tips and information for both.
Your blog posts will arrive in an email – and all you’ll have to do is cut and paste. You will need to personalize them with your city or area name, your phone number, your email address, etc. Those sections will be written in red to grab your attention.
But what does it cost?
Your first month – 4 blog posts, delivered to your in-box weekly – is only $5.
That’s $1.25 per post, so how can you go wrong?
After that, you’ll be billed at the low rate of only $27 per month.
What if I don’t like the posts?
Letting you see if you’ll be happy is one of the reasons for the trial month. During that month – or any time later – you can unsubscribe with no hassle, no “reasons why” and no argument.
I’m not in the U.S. Will these posts still be relevant?
Yes, absolutely. These posts contain tips for buyers and sellers to help them make good decisions. They include information about getting a home ready to sell, what to do and not to do when the home is shown, preparing to buy, choosing an agent or a lender, working with that agent or lender, and various other topics that affect buyers and sellers worldwide.
Of course, if your prospects speak a language other than English, you’ll have to translate the posts.
But other agents will have the same posts…
Yes, but the chances that you and those other agents share the same prospects / visitors to your blog is very slim. In any given community, only a handful of agents are actively working at gaining new clients.
You’ll get the first 4 posts for only $5, so why wait?
How other agents use their blog posts…