As an expert in the condo and residential real estate market for RE/MAX River City for over 16 years, Ryan Dutka decided to branch out on his own and build his own real estate team in the spring of 2001. His team has grown to include three full-time buyer’s agents and two full-time office administrators.
“I believe the people on this team are the best in the industry hands down,” he says. “I searched for years, interviewed hundreds of people and scoured all the offices in the city to find the absolute best Edmonton real estate agents to make up the Ryan Dutka Team.”
Ryan looks forward to serving you and wishes to share the team’s enduring purpose:to lead, educate and support others by passionately serving their real estate needs in a simplistic, inspired fashion.
What tools should you be using on your website to market your business? Today Neil shares his six favorite digital marketing tools. ►►Subscribe here to learn more of my secret SEO tips: https://goo.gl/ScRTwc Find me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/neilkpatel/ Read more on my blog:
https://neilpatel.com/blog1:30 The first digital marketing tool that you guys should use is Google Analytics. It tracks your visitor count if you have a lot of traffic. They’ll sample the data unless you pay like a hundred or a hundred and fifty grand or whatever their price is per year. Google Analytics will show you how people are engaging throughout your site and what traffic sources are causing most conversions. Don’t optimize for traffic. Optimize for traffic that
causes conversions. 3:00 The second digital marketing tool I have for you is Ubersuggest. You’re going to want to get rankings. You’re going to want more search traffic. It’s the most consistent traffic that you’ll get. Yes. Social media traffic is easier and quicker to get. But Google’s algorithm updates aren’t as crazy as Facebook’s. It won’t be where one day you’re getting 300,000 visitors from Facebook organic reach and the next day you’re getting 10,000 visitors. Google’s organic traffic is very, very consistent. So use Ubersuggest. 3:40 The third digital marketing tool I have for you is Google Search Console.
We love doing this internally, where we take Google search console, we log in; we look at all the posts, how many impressions they get, how many clicks they get and the click-through rate. We look for the posts that get less than a five percent click-through rate. We look at all the keywords that were getting impressions from that post, and then we integrate those keywords into that blog post or that landing page, and we rewrite that content. 7:30 The fourth digital marketing tool is Crazyegg. Crazyegg shows me how people are engaging with my website. How far they’re scrolling. Where they’re clicking. It allows me to take that data and, within Crazyegg, you don’t have to be a
developer, you don’t have to be a designer. You can adjust your page and run A/B tests to maximize your sales. Because it’s not just about getting traffic, it’s about converting those visitors into conversions. Another tool that I love using is called Subscribers. It’s through push notifications. People will come through to your website, but they don’t come back. 8:00 The fifth digital marketing tool is called Subscribers. It’s through push notifications. People will come through to your website, but they don’t come back. What it does is it puts a little browser notification when people come to your site and gets them to
subscribe without being obtrusive, it does it all within the browser. 9:00 The last digital marketing tool that I’m going to give you guys that you guys should check out is HubSpot. HubSpot’s a great tool to look at your overall marketing, your lead count. It integrates marketing with sales, and that’s why I want to end with HubSpot. I love it. I use it, and sure some people may say “Hey, there are other tools that do this or that.” HubSpot has a lot of free plans, and they have some startup plans, which is very entrepreneur friendly, and best of all is they keep adding more and more stuff for free, so why not? They’re a huge
billion dollar company that are trying to crush their competitors, so they’re just releasing a lot of stuff for free. Hey, that’s for your benefit. 10:00 All this data and these digital marketing tools, with no action, is useless. You’re better off saving the money and not even paying or using any of them. So that’s it. Thank you for watching this week’s Q&A Thursday video. If you want your questions answered, leave a comment below. Let us know you want it answered on a
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