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Monday, October 8, 2012

Keep your customers engaged with your articles using Delta's Blog Feature

The Blog is an automatic (with the use of RSS feed of already created articles) or Agent created content page. Your created content can be sent to Facebook with a check of a box. Why not have the customer read the information on your page, so you get the SEO benefit of your hard work? You can even write articles to be published while you are on vacation, so the system can work while you aren't.

What are the benefits for your Customer?

Your customer looks to you, the expert, for information. Creating content for your Blog allows you to share your knowledge of the areas' goings on and the listings available. You can add tags and categories  to your articles, so the customer can find the information they want. Sharing with Facebook allows you to spread the word even further, with a click of the mouse, to people who may not have known you have exactly what they wanted.

What are the benefits for you, the Realtor®?

The more created content you have the more likely customers are to come back to your site to find the information they want. The created content helps with the SEO that helps the customer find you while using a search engine, like Google®, Bing®, and Yahoo®.

How do you set this up for your Customer?

There are 5 steps needed to setup Blog. Here are the steps.



Step 1

Log in to the Deltanet® and go to the Marketing Tab, select “Blog”.

Step 2

Select “Add New Blog”.

Step 3

Type blog title, select the domain that you wish to have the blog. Type in blog URL (example: http://ewitz.dmgdemo.com/agent-blog) , select feeds to include in your blog.

Step 4

Add new article.


    

Step 5

Fill in the category, fill in the tag, add title, select whether or not to publish to Facebook, and write your blog.  Select a future publish date, save as draft if not complete, or publish article.

Example Blog

    Here is a sample screen capture showing what a Blog looks like on an Agent page.

 

 


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