Jul 22, 2019
Josh McRay is part of the online marketing team behind Lead Propeller. Lead Propeller is a business that aims to improve lead generation by optimizing real estate websites. Their services include landing pages, website templates, blog content, local phone numbers, and custom forms. Josh’s responsibilities include client engagement, search engine optimization services, and results tracking.
Today, Josh discusses the importance of establishing an online presence in the real estate industry. He describes how online lead generation can be better than direct mail. He shares some of the common mistakes investors make when it comes to online marketing. Josh also explains the difference between SEO and PPC as well as when and how to properly utilize them.
“The thing that keeps your competition from leap-frogging over your result is the consistent building of your website’s credibility.” - Josh McRay
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