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7 Lessons I Learned From My Real Estate Site Redesign

by Joshua Ferris on 2:30 pm August 24, 2009

There is a lot to be said about how to design a website and what works best for which industries. You can get design advice from eye tracking experts, your Mom and your co-workers but the simple fact is testing and trial and error are the best ways to hammer out a new design. Since starting my first real estate site a couple years back I tend to change my site design every six months or so trying to improve visitor conversion rates and usability. … Read More »

Anyone can Establish their Site as a Local Market Expert

by Matthew Swanson on 12:20 pm

Today’s post is my first contribution to the Geek Estate Blog, but before I dive into the details of today’s post, I wanted to take a quick second to do an intro about my background in the online world. My name is Matthew Swanson and I’ve been in the online world right about 10 years now. I started as a web developer at Headhunter.net in March 2000 working with Shane Pike. Headhunter.net transitioned as we were bought by CareerBuilder in 2002 and I worked on … Read More »

DIY: How To Move Your WordPress Database To a New Host

by Joshua Ferris on 11:20 pm August 5, 2009

I recently had the pleasure of transferring my real estate site, which runs on WordPress, over to a new host. Moving your site from one host to another can be a tedious process but the process is amplified by 10 if you have to transfer a database of content with it as you do with WordPress. Even so, once you know what you’re doing it can be done pretty painlessly. A few notes before we get started: This tutorial assumes you have an SQL database … Read More »

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