When you first get your real estate blog up and running, one of things you need to do first is get it indexed in Google. Without being indexed you get no search engine traffic at all (unless you buy pay per click ads on the search engines). Abdylas Tynyshov posted on ProBlogger.net a very interesting article on getting indexed in Google. In it, he shows how to use blog communities, site valuation/stats sites, feed aggregators, social sites, and miscellaneous sites to help get your site indexed in Google very quickly. He also mentioned something that I didn’t think about before:
Some of those How Much Your Site Worth? sites have a good ranking in Search Engines. All you need to do is to go there and check how much your site worth. This would create a special page for your blog (like this) and consecutively it would be indexed by Google.
This is some great information for any new real estate agent that is trying to get a blog going. I used some of these tips myself. If you aren’t already an agent, you’ll need to know how to get your real estate license before you can get started.