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How To: Eliminate the Guesswork from Site Design

by Matthew Swanson on 8:04 am November 5, 2009

Over the past few months, there have been several excellent summaries on website design on Geek Estate. Drew’s post talked about the 9 Essential Principles for Good Web Design and Jeff put together a great article about website design and usability and how it can make a huge difference. When discussing design changes, it can be a very grey area. Everyone has an opinion: the CEO, the developers, the marketing team, your mom (ok, so maybe not your mom). But you get the idea. Today, … Read More »

Website Design & Usability Make a Huge Difference

by Jeff Manson on 4:00 pm October 24, 2009

Design your site for your users and not your ego. Lets face it, most users landing on a real estate site are most interested in searching for properties not whether you are a GRI, CRS, CRE, ABR, SRES, etc…. I think you get the point. I re-designed my site back at the end of 2008. The goal was to give the user more what they wanted and easy for them to get there. If you do that your conversions will drastically increase!! My old sites … Read More »

The 10 Commandments of a Successful Real Estate Website

by Peyman Aleagha on 2:52 pm October 14, 2008

In the real estate world, the Internet is often held up to be some sort of “promised land” that offers sanctuary to real estate professionals from the slavery of conventional real estate marketing and sales methods. The result has been that thousands of realtors have rushed toward the use of websites in a great ‘exodus’. While everybody wants the promised land of the Internet, however, many real estate professionals along the way have become distracted or disenchanted from the true goal of such technology. Like … Read More »

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