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Get Super High Rankings on Google with Mobile-Friendly Websites

Get Super High Rankings on Google with Mobile-Friendly Websites

Ready or not, Google’s latest algorithm update (Mobilegeddon) is out. According to Google, this update will significantly affect your mobile search results as well as rankings. As far as how significant? Google hasn’t mentioned it, but our estimate is that up to 81% of websites could be affected by now.

So, how will it affect you? If half of your clients or web traffic comes from a mobile device which requires responsive design, then, owing to this new update, you are likely to lose 50% of those web leads if you don’t have a mobile responsive website. You could lose a large percentage of that business overnight, if you don’t act on this soon.

Build a mobile responsive website to see a good boost in your rankings. Capitalize on this update and get ready to be rewarded with more and more leads.

Khmer CMS’s real estate mobile websites already pass Google’s new update:

Mobile responsive on any device, any size
Mobile responsive home search
Mobile responsive layouts
Pre-written articles

If your website isn’t mobile responsive yet, this update by Google indirectly makes sure it is, unless you wish to lose traffic from your website.

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10 Essential Tech Tips for Brokers

10 Essential Tech Tips for Brokers

Hi All,

From making efficient homes livable to improving communication, technology has touched every aspect of our lives. In brokerage business, technology must be adopted when is makes us more efficient, improves customer service and helps in growing a business. Running a brokerage business is difficult and working with highly mobile independent contractors is challenging. Here are top 10 tech tips for brokers to better serve the customers and grow your business in return:

They all sound great, but choose the best: Whether it’s the technology you love, or you are caught up in the bells and whistle marketing, for any given task, you need to improve the technology. Evaluate every software, so can choose the best.

Know your need: Identify the need first. Don’t just jump on technology.

Make it easy (simplify it) for the agents: Remember your revenue is generated by the agents that act as feet on the street to bring business. Train the agents and evaluate every technology resource not for what it does but how it can be accepted by the agents and employees.

Create an inward info stream: There should be proper dealing of markets, websites, blogs, and effective Customer Relationship Management. A lot of attention should be on content that attracts prospects and move them through a process.

Influential website design and content: Most consumers go to the real estate website to check out homes before making contact with the agent. Once they get to the site, they will often leave and never come back unless they find what they desire for content and get their questions answered.

Mobile responsive is a must: If the website doesn’t display well on mobile tablet and smartphone screens, it is a trouble. Visitors get frustrated and leave the sites if sites don’t adapt to the small screens automatically.

Influential lead generation and CRM tools: For developing the special report, there is a need to create own lead forms to get the valuable contact information and email address. But, that’s just step one. Step two is building a relationship before the new prospect is ready to buy or list.

Proper management for risk control & proficiency: some agents aren’t organized as others. Allowing them to upload and share documents help them to serve better their customers.

IDX done right: IDX solution requires registration for enhanced search services or other special tools for the visitor. IDX function must be a visitor-friendly tool to keep them returning and ultimately get the contact information.

Addition – Fewer apps to do it all: Once you know what you want, why you want and what it will do for you, it will make tech easy for agents. click here From RSS news feeds through one of the most effective IDX solutions, CRM follows it up.

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Website Buying Guide Checklist

Can you really get a website even without knowing anything about code, and without paying a fortune? Find out.

The days when websites were primarily distinguished by their code are long gone. Nowadays, the web is a true publishing medium that favors well thought-out ideas. You can get a professional-looking website online in minutes with many website building services and software. But what should you look for? What are the features you really need and which are just clutter?

Content Editing

Some website authoring software packages only allow you to entire plain, unformatted text. Some of them allow you to entire HTML tags. Others provide a WYSIWYG (“what you see is what you get”) interface with options for font, links, and image insertion much like a word processor’s. Some will allow you to use more than one, or even all of these options so you have a choice on how you want to format your text.

Template Designs

Every website builder ever invented came with at least one or two templates for creating the graphical look of a website, so you don’t have to design the look of the site yourself. But some packages have very large libraries of templates, some have only a few. Some will let you mix and match elements of the design templates, while others will lock you in to one setup.

Ecommerce Functions

Many ready-to-go websites created by website builder software feature built-in shopping carts. Some even come with credit card processing. This is of course necessary if you’re going to be selling stuff direct online. But if you’re not going to be selling anything, ecommerce functionalities may just complicate the administration of the site and pad the price for the software or service.

Blogging Functions

Blogs are “web logs,” but blogging software involves more than just a simple online journal. Blogging technology allows you to send your new posts directly to subscribers via RSS, without them having to visit your site or receive an email from you. Still, unless you plan on updating your site regularly (at least once a month), your website’s blog will just gather cobwebs.

Email

Some hosted web authoring systems provide email accounts at no additional charge, while others do charge separately. Some web builder systems even come with modules for creating email newsletters.

Support

It is very likely that you will encounter a technical difficulty at some point while owning your website. Make sure you know in advance of paying whether the company provides only paid support, and if any included support is over email, a web ticketing system, or the telephone.

Photo and Image Management

For many, if not most, people who want personal websites, displaying pictures online is a primary motivation, if not the only motivation. If you want to display pictures on your website, make sure to choose a website builder system that makes it easy to upload and publish images.

Renting vs. Owning

You can buy website authoring software upfront for a flat fee, or you can “rent;” i.e., pay a company every month to use a hosted service. The choice is up to you, but remember that the hosted service will likely charge you much more in the end: averaging around $3/month, hosted the typical hosted website builder will cost you around $240/year–far more than most desktop software.

In short, you don’t need to know how a website is coded to make one, any more than a book author needs to know about printing ink. Don’t burden yourself with learning how to do web design. Having fun with your website starts with choosing a website builder software that will make it fun.

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