I’m sharing one of my ultra-secret real estate listing Ninja methods today. Renaming your listing photos and adding important meta-data can help the search engines understand what your listing photos are all about. Yeah, it’s kind of a big deal.
As a real estate agent, you know that competition can be tough. There are a thousand little ways to give yourself the edge over your rivals. This is one of them.
In this video, I show you how to bulk rename photos and apply meta-data to the images. This data is attached to the images and follows them when they are uploaded to MLS and the important real estate sites around the web. Check it out!
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Optimizing your agent websites is HUGELY important. You want to provide as much useful content as possible. Your potential clients will appreciate it, and Google certainly loves it. In this video, I show you how to easily add School Info to your Community pages. . . you have Community pages, right?
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In my last post, I showed you how to brand your listing photos using Microsoft Office’s Publisher program. Well, I heard from some of you that you don’t use Publisher. I don’t use Publisher myself. I prefer a solid image editor. Photoshop is my go-to image editing program – but Photoshop is expensive and can be complicated. Today, I’m going to turn you on to a FREE online image editing website that works much like Photoshop. It’s Pixlr.com, and you can learn to use it quite easily. Watch my video below to learn how to brand your listing photos.
Branding your listing photos can give you an edge against the competition. Do you have a problem with getting both sides of the deal with your listings? I didn’t think so. Watch the video below to get a clue. If you use Publisher and haven’t watched my video tutorial about how to use Publisher to brand your photos, you can click the link to watch it.
For all my KW people- if you don’t understand the HUGE value that your KWLS can get ya, please read my post about optimizing your listings using KWLS.
Here’s my video tutorial about Pixlr.com. For best results, click the ‘Full Screen’ symbol at the bottom right of the player and click the little gear symbol and choose 720p for High Resolution. . . and don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel!
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The Keller Williams Listing Service, that we lovingly know as KWLS, is a valuable tool for marketing your listings. Using the KWLS, you can add your contact information to your listings. The tweaks that you make in KWLS will be distributed to most of the important Real Estate websites. The only major site that doesn’t update from KWLS is Realtor.com. That doesn’t mean that you can’t brand in Realtor.com, you just have to do it manually. I urge you to read my previous article Branding Your Listings in KWLS for an easy lesson in using KWLS for branding your listings.
This tutorial shows you how to use Microsoft Office Publisher to add a logo and your contact information to your listing photos. It’s easy to do and is a great alternative to the expensive and complicated Photoshop image editor. I hope that you make the most of this training. To borrow a phrase. . . JUST DO IT!
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The Wolfnet IDX is an important tool for Keller Williams agents. Wolfnet is the backbone of your eAgentC website and your KW mobile search app. The PDF and video that I made for you will show you how to set up the basic lead-capture feature of Wolfnet. This is a very important (and easy) task for you. First, watch the video and become acquainted with the process. It’s really easy. Then, if you need to, download the pdf to get the step-by-step and click-by-click instructions. You got this. Now go and do it. It will take you, like, 10 minutes.