A MERCIFULLY SHORT BIT

ABOUT ME

My name is Paul Travers and I’ve been selling and writing about property for well over 30 years. The first 25 were lived and breathed in estate agency, then I switched in 2011 to help independent estate agents grow their businesses.

Since that moment, blogs have hands down been my biggest source of new clients. Before I started blogging, my business was invisible to search engines. Then, after a couple of months of regular posts, I went to page one on Google. Happily, I’ve stayed there ever since. Now it seems like every time I blog, I get a new lead.

So I’m speaking from experience when I say there’s simply no better way to draw landlords and sellers to your website than with a regularly updated blog.

But what if you don’t have the time to write them? Well, what if I did that instead?

The problem

Your time, and your money. You’re busy, you don’t have time to find a writer, you don’t have an endless marketing budget and you’re not sure what to write about anyway. So you file the job for another day. And because that day never comes, your blog lies dormant or dead.

The solution

How would you feel if you never had to think about writing a blog again? What if one simply arrived in your email each Monday? A regular feed of freshly-written articles aimed directly at local homeowners and ready to post, share and tweet right away. How’s that for good?

BLOGS MAKE YOUR ESTATE AGENCY

EASY TO FIND

There is simply no better way to show your expertise to the widest possible audience than through your blog.

Standing out from the crowd and becoming the estate agent of choice makes everything possible: the clients you want, with the instructions you want, at the fees you want. There is no downside.

And from what I can see, the field is wide open:

25,000
Estate agents currently operating across the UK.
+/- 5 %
Appear to maintain a blog that is genuinely useful.
23,750
Seemingly don't have the time or have nothing to say.
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