This series of Frequently asked questions will most likely answer questions that you have right now. If not, simply contact us by phone or use our contact form.
We have access to an ADA Compliant plugin that runs on WordPress. ADA stands for ADA stands for the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The plugin cost is $20.00 and takes us an hour to install. So, it would cost $100 for us to install it for you. It requires a connection to the Google API. And that is challenging to install it. The plugin is called WordPress Accessibility Plugin, Readabler, by a third-party company.
People with disabilities may want to buy your products and this tool allows them to use your website. I will be installing the Readabler plugin soon on our soon.
The “Cookie Law” is a nickname for the EU Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications, which was adopted in 2002 and went into effect in 2003. The directive requires that websites obtain consent from visitors before they can store or access certain types of information on a user’s device, such as cookies.
The law applies to all member states of the European Union and the European Economic Area. It is designed to protect the privacy of internet users and give them more control over how their personal data is collected and used online.
At the present time, we charge $100 per hour to build a WordPress Website. The starting budget is $2500. After you submit a plan for your website, we will send you an estimate of the website cost. Then, you will need to submit a non-refundable deposit of $750.
Maybe in the future, we will do that. But all people are different. You may want 100 pages of communities or cities or neighborhoods for your real estate practice website. And, have no content. That would take 50 to 60 hours to build out.
If you are transferring your website from Wix, HTML, Ruby on Rails, or Square Space, the time to transfer to WordPress may be longer. Wix and Square Space to WordPress are a lot of work.
All 4 companies have their pros and cons when it comes to WordPress. My real estate team in the past earned are most commissions from using IDX products from Diverse Solutions. But they are not as advanced as the other IDX products on the market. So, I made the difficult decision to pick another solution.
You can read more about the current IDX that I use in the article “Why I chose Showcase IDX?”
Interesting question, it depends on several factors. How much traffic do you have now? Let’s talk about it. Maybe WordPress is not right for you. What is your budget, goals, and website focus? I know most of the IDX vendor’s upper-level management people.
If you share with me your goals, budget, etc., then I can give you the pros and cons of the vendors out there. Contact us so I can understand your situation.
I’m just going to tell you the truth. No fluff. There are some IDX companies I would stay away from and others that are awesome.
We have all of our clients on a fast website hosting company. The fee is $50 per month or $600 a year.
Write an outline of what you want to accomplish on a real estate website. Be detailed oriented. What should it look like? Who is your audience, target market, demographics, lifestyle, etc? How do they talk? Are they move-up buyers, first-time buyers, investors, sellers, etc?
You need a plan. It keeps everyone on track for that goal.
No. We build websites for small businesses, eCommerce and real estate businesses.
Yes. It’s marketing to the clients that you want to do business with. If you are in real estate, your market might be income property owners. If so, your website should speck their language. If you love listings, then a website all about selling real estate. How many are out that are seller websites? Zero.
1. Responsive design: A responsive design ensures that your website looks and functions well on all devices, including smartphones and tablets.
2. Lead generation tools: Look for a website that includes lead generation tools, such as contact forms and property search tools, to help you generate leads from your website.
3. Property listings: Make sure the website allows you to easily add, edit, and showcase your property listings.
4. IDX integration: IDX (Internet Data Exchange) integration allows you to display listings from your local MLS (Multiple Listing Service) on your website.
5. SEO optimization: Look for a website that is optimized for search engines, so that your website can rank well in search results.
6. Customization options: Choose a website that allows you to customize the design and layout to match your branding and style.
7. Analytics and tracking: Look for a website that includes built-in analytics and tracking tools to help you understand how visitors are interacting with your website.
It is a link for the website design company that created your website. If you look at a website in the real estate industry or your business, at the bottom of the page, there is a link back to the website company. Examples of this not created by us, would be LivingOnTheHudson.com created by Dakno Marketing. Or WeSellSarasota.com created by MCQ Web Design.
Write a business plan for your website. On page, tell us what you want it to look like. Set a budget and a time frame. What do you expect? Will you be creating your own content? Do you need blogging services or a content strategist to help you plan out your digital marketing online?
Contact Management Software FAQ
I like Follow Up Boss. It connects from my Showcase IDX account, the premium edition, into Follow Up Boss. That is a huge win for me. I have used Contactually in the past and LionDesk.
Some real estate agents use KW Command since they are at Keller Williams Realty. eXp Realty agents like KV Core because they can use it as a part of being a real estate agent at eXp. I’m not a fan of KV Core.
You could a get a demo of Reavolve.com – to see how you like it. 888-507-1853. Ask Josh.
Diverse Solutions has its own CRM called Envoy. If you want a demo and a deal with Diverse Solutions, I have some key connections for you at Diverse Solutions.