Field Guide to Single-Property Websites
(Updated March 2016)
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, Budget & Operations Manager)
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Why Single-Property Websites?
The Single Property Website Dilema, (GeekEstate Blog, Dec. 14, 2015).
Are single-property websites worth the time investment?, (Inman, Sept. 30, 2015).
Real estate squeeze pages: How to use for more leads, (Realty Times, May 29, 2015).
Simplify Your Mobile Real Estate Site, (Inman News, Sept. 26, 2013).
Modern Single-Property Websites For Your High-End Luxury Listings, (Realty Biz News, Sept. 12, 2013).
The Benefits of Individual Property Websites, (Real Incentive, May 29, 2013).
Consumer Demand for Single Property Web Sites Ignites Sales of PowerSites, (RISMedia, Oct. 11, 2007).
Bring More Unique Exposure to Every Home, (Realty Times, May 3, 2006).
Marketing With Single-Property Websites
Why single property websites sell homes, (CampaignTrack, Dec. 21, 2015).
Marketing with Single Property Websites, (Point2, Mar. 18, 2015).
Special report: How to deliver technology agents need, (Inman News, Jan. 26, 2015).
Going Solo – The Rise of Single Property Marketing Websites, (Real Estate Pundit, Sept. 22, 2014).
Agents: Are you sending mixed messages?, (Realty Times, Aug. 28, 2014).
The best Santa Clarita listing agents share their online tricks, (Realty Times, Jan. 12, 2014).
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, 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
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)
Build Your Own Website, (Kindle, Adobe eReader)
Building a Web Site For Dummies (Adobe eReader)
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Creating a Website, (Adobe eReader)
Creating Web Pages For Dummies (Adobe eReader)
The Creative Person’s Website Builder, (Kindle, 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)
Web Marketing For Dummies (Adobe eReader)
Books, Videos, Research Reports & More
The resources below are available for loan through Information Services. 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 Services 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 non-designer’s Web book: an easy guide to creating, designing, and posting your own Web site, (Berkeley, CA: Peachpit Press, 2006). HF 5548.5 W55
The Web Designer’s Idea Book, Volume 2, (Cincinnati, OH: HOW Books, 2010). TK5105.888 M42
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