WordPress Real Estate Sites
We’ve been developing high performance, high ranking websites for small businesses for over 13 years. Beginning in the very early days of the search engines, when Yahoo was king and Google was not even an idea in Sergey and Larry’s minds, we’ve been helping small businesses like yours perform well on the search engines, generate leads online, gain national stature, and increase revenue by millions of dollars.
What about Pricing?
Our WordPress real estate sites are second to none, but that doesn’t mean they cost a fortune. While we’ve heard stories about our competition charging upwards of $20,000 for their non-Wordpress websites using their proprietary CMS, we are able to keep our prices well below $5,000 using the more robust, open source WordPress while delivering high-end performance and expert SEO insight from the ground up. We don’t do cookie-cutter. You get a truly customized lead generation site that can grow with you for decades to come.
“Kevin Harper is the most knowledgeable SEO consultant we have worked with. I know of only a few that truly understand the SEO process and can deliver results. You will find Kevin to be accessible, responsive and sincerely interested in providing extremely valuable services for your business.” ~Fred
“Kevin, you must not charge near enough for your services… [censored] charges a fortune for seo work!” ~Mark
“I spoke with a guy today in CA who typed in ‘Nampa Idaho Homes for sale.’ Thanks for helping me to get to the top…I received 3 calls today from the website, just because they found me under the search term Idaho Real Estate! Wow!” ~Don
“Kevin Harper has been a valuable resource for real estate marketing and finding the right IDX solution. Marketing today is SEM, SEO. It’s hard enough finding a competent and knowledgeable SEO/SEM consultant, it’s even more difficult finding one that specializes in the industry you specifically work in. He is also someone that I think will give you the honest answers, even if the answers may have a negative impact to him financially. Not only is he competent, but he also has a lot of integrity.” ~Ted
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Are you a boiler-plate realtor?
Too many REALTORS® come to us after burning through several cheap boiler-plate, cookie-cutter websites (or worse, expensive cookie-cutter real estate websites) ultimately realizing that they just look like all the other half-baked cookies out there. Don’t waste your time and money on easily reproducible websites. If you can afford it, get a solid website that is unique to you, and invest in it so that it becomes entirely your own. If your site doesn’t turn a profit, fire it and build one that does. Take control and do something different–because when we keep doing what we’re doing, we’ll keep getting what we’re getting. That doesn’t mean you need to go out and scrap everything you’ve done to date. Depending on the quality and “authority” of your current web properties, it may be wise to simply add to your current strategy so you can build a powerful web presence without putting all your eggs in one basket. We’ll give you straight-up advice on which approach may be right for you.
Own Your Website, Don’t Rent It
If you are renting a home, are you going to invest in a kitchen that really works for you? Of course not. It’s not yours. Likewise, if you don’t own your own website and don’t have full administrative control over it, you are at the mercy of some company that could go out of business at any moment. This just happened, by the way, with a big mortgage and real estate websites provider, Myers Internet. They’re closing their doors, leaving their clients scrambling to find other solutions. Learn the lesson. Only hire someone to build a website that you will ultimately own and be able to administer at the server level. The website hosting account should be in your name, and you should have all the administrative logins. That’s the only way we do business.