Jun 3, 2022
SEO for Real Estate is definitely very specific, actually should be very focused on the detail of the real estate property that is for lease, for sale, or for rent. You cannot expect to rank if you are too generic in your targeting.
For example, if your keywords will be too generic as 'Real Estate Miami', most likely you'll have plenty of competition out there. In order for you to rank, you can go as specific as you can with, e.g. 'Beach house for sale in Miami' or 'Two bedroom house for rent in Miami'. Being specific will actually move the needle in real estate across all environments. Learn how to proactively rank your property listings by going specific that will match the right categories people are searching for, in this episode of SEO Leverage Podcast.
00:52 Introduction of the topic
01:02 How does search for Real Estate work on the local level?
02:10 What needs to be done for past listings that are either already released a long time, sold or leased out but are still on the website?
03:35 Going for big generic terms or going too generic in targeting can become a disadvantage for real estate companies. (...What can they do so that they don't get huge competition on search queries?)
0516 What are the two things that are important for local SEO relevance?
07:11 Ending CTA
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