Did you know that you can list your agency in Google My Business (the maps section) NOT ONLY for your physical location but ALSO for the areas you cover?
Not many agents know about this trick. But if you learn it, this could instantly generate you free local traffic. For FREE!
Let's say that you have 1 branch in Epsom, but you also cover Sutton and Morden.
Most agents will typically create 1 Google My Business listing for the location where they have a physical address.
But, there is a way you can ALSO add a listing for each location you cover, giving you the same exposure as an agent with 3 branches in those areas.
Did I mention for free? Oh, yeah, but seriously, you don't get anything for free in the world of marketing. So this is pretty amazing!
How much of a competitor advantage will this give you?
People are now making purchase decisions based on whether they can easily find/contact/visit your business and whether others are saying positive things about you. In a Google Maps listing, the audience can easily find these pieces of vital information.
Did you know that 88% of consumers who searched for a local business on their mobile will visit that business within 24 hours.
We have documented everything and are offering it to a small number of agents and for a limited time only.
The best way to grow your agency without the expense of running multiple branches.
You Might Be Thinking...
So, Why Do I Need This?
Search is increasingly local and mobile-dominated
Consider this: with every year that passes, mobile traffic makes up a larger slice of the overall pie. Trends suggest that around 60% of Google searches now come from mobile devices.
And since Google noted a while back that nearly a third of mobile searches have local intent, simply rolling with these figures leads you to the conclusion that close to a fifth of all Google searches are location-specific mobile queries.
This is a significant portion of the whole, but that’s not the only reason why you should care about local rankings: you also need to be aware of how powerfully actionable a local search can be.
Local competition is often beatable
Something generic without any local indicators is going to be extremely difficult to rank for, because you’ll be competing with businesses from anywhere and everywhere — including the biggest brands around.
But then think about a generic query plus a locational modifier. Instead of “best estate agents”, what about “best estate agents in Morden”?
You need to be found online
Gone are the days when house-hunters would find their dream home by looking in an estate agent’s window or scouring the ads in local papers. The vast majority of property sales and rentals originate with an internet search.
If you’re looking to target landlords and vendors, they are probably searching online for the best estate agent in their area to meet their needs.
No matter how glossy your website, how gorgeous your photography and how persuasive your copy, if customers can’t find it online, you’re wasting your time.
Get your SEO strategy right, on the other hand, and you’ll drive traffic to your site, bringing more leads and, ultimately, more conversions.
Local SEO matters to your clients
Thinking local is vital in real estate as you are generally targeting people with a particular location in mind. Local vendors want to instruct agents who have strong local presence. Landlords want to work with agents that are easily found by tenants. Increasing your local ranking will not only help you attract but also convert more instructions and applicants.
The agents who succeed in the next 5-10 years will be those that heavily invest in SEO.
Because they will be the ones to receive the bulk of the enquiries from anyone who is searching for real estate help online.
It’s fair to say that the internet is no longer in its infancy. As the internet grows, SEO continues to evolve as well. Whether we like it or not, SEO is the key to digitally marketing your business to its full potential.
So, to recap, why do you need to care about ranking in Google Maps? Because it’s an incredibly popular and powerful platform that plays a critical role in the lucrative local buying market. It would be highly inadvisable not to make it a priority!
Art Division is a multi-award winning digital marketing agency specialising in the property market. Our typical clients are well established estate or letting agents or other property professionals, with exceptional local reputation and track record.
With almost 20 years experience in the field, we enable our clients to take this reputation and marry it with their online marketing, attract more prospecting clients and compete with the bigger players through the new and proven marketing techniques.
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This walk-though guide includes insights from years of experience, thousands of hours of testing, failure and wins plus it takes several days to produce.
Once implement correctly, it will list your business in Google My Business. We can't guarantee this, as Google changes their algorythms quite often, but we have followed this method many times before and has worked every time.
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