So, you’ve just purchased your first Real Estate Webmasters website. First of all, congratulations – you’re well on your way to increased organic traffic and more leads.
Secondly, you should consider how to handle your existing website.
Depending on your situation, your website may have been a part of your life and your business for years. You’ve diligently created content across many of the different community pages, as well as a number of helpful guides, FAQs and checklists to help out the clients in your market.
You’ve also consistently contributed to your blog – creating a variety of useful and timely posts about your local community and the state of the real estate market.
It would be a shame for all that fantastic content and your time…