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Field Guide to Single-Property Websites

(Updated March 2014)
Property marketing is always a challenge. How do you make sure your client's property gets the attention it needs? How do you make it easy for buyers to learn about your property? Some REALTORS® are turning to single-property websites to feature an individual property on a dedicated site. Is the time and effort of creating a single-property website worth it? See what others are saying. (D. McCormick, Operations Analyst)


Why Single-Property Websites?

How Single House Web Sites Operate in Your Favor, (baggiho.com, Feb. 21, 2014).

Simplify Your Mobile Real Estate Site, (inman.com, Sept. 26, 2013).

The Benefits of Individual Property Websites, (blog.propertiesonline.com, May 29, 2013).

Using Tumblr.com as a Single Property Website, (AgentGenius.com, Jan. 2, 2011).

A New Breed of Single Property Websites for Real Estate: The Solution, (AgentGenius.com, Mar. 17, 2010).

A New Breed of Single Property Websites for Real Estate, (AgentGenius.com, Mar. 1, 2010).

Why Some Agents are Using Single-property Web Sites, (California Association of REALTORS®, Nov. 2008).

There Is Gold in Your Neighborhood! Part I and There Is Gold in Your Neighborhood! Part II, (RISMedia.com, June 11 & 19, 2008).

Single-property Websites:123MainStreet.com?, (AgentGenius.com, June 13, 2008).

Consumer Demand for Single Property Web Sites Ignites Sales of PowerSites, (RISMedia.com, Oct. 11, 2007).

Bring More Unique Exposure to Every Home, (Realty Times, May 3, 2006).


Marketing With Single-Property Websites

4 Key Reasons to Choose WordPress For Your Real Estate Website, (GeekEstate, Mar. 13, 2012).

Secure Listings With Single Property Sites, (GeekEstate, Dec. 8, 2008).

Monday Morning Mobile: Coordination and Integration, (RISMedia.com, Feb. 7, 2011).

Single Property Websites, (GeekEstate, Jan. 24, 2008).

Give Searchers What They're Looking For, And Get the Lead, (Realty Times, Mar. 21, 2007).

High-Tech Marketing Solutions for REALTORS®, (Realty Times, Sept. 28, 2005).


eBooks & Other Resources

eBooks.realtor.org

The following eBooks and digital audiobooks are available to NAR members:

101 Ways to Promote Your Real Estate Web Site (Adobe eReader)

101 Ways to Promote Your Web Site (Adobe eReader)

200 Marketing Ideas for Your Website (Adobe eReader)

501 Web Site Secrets (Adobe eReader)

Building a Web Site For Dummies (Adobe eReader)

Creating Web Pages For Dummies (Adobe eReader)

Do-It-Yourself Advertising and Promotion (Adobe eReader)

I’ve Got a Domain Name-Now What? (Kindle and Adobe eReader)

Million Dollar Website (Kindle, Adobe eReader)

Put Your Business Online (Adobe eReader)

The Roadmap to Building a Successful Website – What You Should Know Before Doing-It-Yourself or Before Hiring a Web Designer (Adobe eReader)

Web Marketing For Dummies (Adobe eReader)

Web Marketing for Small Business: 7 Steps to Explosive Business Growth (Adobe eReader)

Books, Videos, Research Reports & More

The resources below are available for loan through Information Central. Up to three books, tapes, CDs and/or DVDs can be borrowed for 30 days from the Library for a nominal fee of $10. Call Information Central at 800-874-6500 for assistance.

Above the Fold, (Cincinnati, OH: How, 2011). TK 5105.888 M553

The Culturally Customized Web Site, (Burlington, MA: Elsevier, 2005). HF 5548.5 N63

The Web Designer’s Idea Book, Volume 2, (Cincinnati, OH: HOW Books, 2010). TK5105.888 M42

Field Guides & More

These field guides and other resources in the Virtual Library may also be of interest:

Field Guide to Effective Online Marketing

Field Guide to Marketing with Blogs

Field Guide to Preparing & Staging a Home for Sale

Field Guide to QR Codes

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