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Using WordPress to Power Your Real Estate Website

Posted on August 22, 2011 by Eve

Just when you thought you have the best website ever, along comes the platform that both website owners and web designers are taking advantage of. Once associated solely with blogging, WordPress is now a full-powered content management system (CMS) that can be developed to get a great-looking, content-rich and SEO-friendly site.

WordPress is already being used by thousands of business websites, both large and small. Here are just some of the advantages of using WordPress for your real estate website:

  1. SEO Optimization -Businesses who use WordPress-powered websites enjoy more visibility on search engines. This SEO-friendly platform automatically boosts your rankings on Google and other search engines, so that in itself is good enough reason to jump on the bandwagon and use it to power your real estate blog and agent website.
  2. User-friendly – Its ease of use makes it the platform of choice for managing and editing content. If you’re the type who’s constantly updating your listings page or any content for that matter, then WordPress is for you. Millions of bloggers can’t be wrong on this aspect.
  3. Flexibility – A WordPress-powered site makes for easy content editing and updating with its intuitive backend. Now, you don’t need to rely on your web designer all the time to make sudden changes. You or any qualified person can do it for you – and from any computer, anywhere in the world.
  4. Widgets and Plugins – WordPress allows theme option and plugin changes and you literally have thousands of plugin options, many of which are free. With the assistance of your web developer, your can now expand and extend your website as your business grows.
Example of an Agent Image WordPress-powered website

 

 

If you’re ready to experience the freedom and flexibility of a WordPress-powered website for your real estate business, call us for more website examples at 1.800.979.5799 or visit agentimage.com


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