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10 Ways to Create Video Content for Your Real Estate Blog

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  1. What about plain old home tours? Maybe that one is too obvious?

  2. Hi Drew,

    I was wondering if you can point us to some videos that showcase the things you mention above? I would like to see some real examples of how other Realtors have incorporated video into their Website other than home tours.

  3. Drew,

    I like the idea of posting the videos you suggest and really see the value, but I am hesitant to post something to my site unless it is a really quality piece. How do you suggest doing this economically and professionally? A piece shot by my flip video would look a little odd I think. Any input would be great.

  4. How about homes on foreclosures.

  5. Think hyper local. Shoot content unique to your area to attract both local and out of town residents. Worry more about the content and less on the quality if someone likes the info but quality is bad, trust me, they will still watch your video. Content is king. Best luck!

  6. Sandy

    One success I have had is using http://www.invecheck.com, they let you create a floorplan for you listing and than create a 3D walkthrough video of it. It is all done within a browser and it is free, so cant complain.

  7. The FAQ over and over real estate buyer questions are a good source to one by one blog and video about. Linking to emails and in your other media weed and feed daily SEO. Video works so well with the show and tell. Easy, more memorable and mobile device users just toggle, watch, listen.

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