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About John E. Miller

John E. Miller is a Real Estate Professional who has spent the last 10 years writing for several magazines and online publications. Miller is a regular contributor to as well as being the team leader of Content Acquisition and Analysis of new business development for Foreclosure Deals, where he also serves as a real estate agent expert.

How Agents Can Use Online Communities to Network

by John E. Miller on 10:31 pm January 16, 2012

For real estate agents, helping clients buy and sell homes is arguably more difficult than ever before. Competition is higher and tighter for a smaller number of clients who, understandably, fear the impact of a down real estate market and are reluctant to take the leap to owning a home or buying a new one. For these reasons, finding any leverage to use when building and growing a network is a must. Fortunately, the power of the Internet remains as strong as ever. In fact, … Read More »

Change the Way you do Real Estate with Social Media

by John E. Miller on 5:06 pm October 17, 2011

Social media networks such as Facebook and LinkedIn have truly changed the way we do business across the world, including real estate. When it comes to everything from shopping to buying a house, many people first turn to the internet before spending time in the field. Therefore, if you want to attract buyers (especially of the most recent generations) then social media networking is essential. The Key to Social Media Networking Now that you know the importance of utilizing social media networking for everything from … Read More » Domain Name Transaction

by John E. Miller on 11:52 am September 23, 2011

When you decide to start a webpage, the first thing you select is your domain name. Although you can get domain names for $5-$10 nowadays, it is hard to get the popular domain names that were originally acquired years ago. One example of an incredibly popular domain name is Who in real estate would not want the domain name Well, the domain name has just been sold for significantly more than $5-$10. Believe it or not, popular and desired domain names can go … Read More »

Leveraging Social Media in Real Estate for Maximum ROI

by John E. Miller on 1:29 pm September 16, 2011

Social media networking (or social networking, or social media, or a plethora of alternative descriptions) has taken the business world by storm over the past few years. With the advent of Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and a host of other social media applications, tools, and websites, social networking has become a major component of marketing campaigns for a wide variety of businesses, fields, and industries. Real estate is no exception. In fact, some could argue that the unique role of buying and selling real estate is … Read More »

Top 10 SEO Tips for Real Estate

by John E. Miller on 2:13 pm September 1, 2011

If you have a real estate website then it is essential that you are property utilizing search engine optimization (SEO) to its fullest. Here are 10 SEO tips that are great for any real estate website. Tip #1: Do Your Research When creating (or promoting) a real estate website, it is essential that you pick the perfect keywords or keyword phrases. When doing so, utilizing Google Keywords can help you to not only find out the competition for each of your desired keywords, but also … Read More »

Google Reaches Out to Real Estate Businesses

by John E. Miller on 2:03 pm August 26, 2011

Google is arguably the best search engine on the web with everything from Google+ to Google AdWords. Over the last several years the company has landed in the top of the Fortune list of the top 100 employers, offering employees everything from nap areas to childcare. From its humble beginnings until now, this beloved company that started back in 1996 has changed the way we utilize the internet and market our businesses. From search engine optimization to rich snippets, Google has yet again set the … Read More »

More Mail, More Money: Leveraging Direct Mail with QR Codes for Better ROI

by John E. Miller on 5:41 pm August 8, 2011

Just about every real estate professional I know has used direct mail at some point in his or her career. The reasons are obvious: Direct mail can be infinitely personalized; is relatively affordable; is low-tech enough for mass consumption; and delivers a pretty decent return on investment. (Especially if the direct mail campaign is used to target specific neighborhoods in which the real estate agent is a specialist.) There are ways to make this marketing strategy even better, though, and that incorporates using some of … Read More »

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