You might not have considered this before, but identifying your website’s audience will go a long way toward allowing you to create the right kind of content. As a home inspector, your audience is more specific than simply, “homebuyers.” Learn how to narrow down your focus and start attracting the clients you want and need to grow your business.
For readers to come back to a blog, it needs to hold their interest and be engaging. If your blog feels a bit lackluster, implementing some of these ideas can liven it up and help you attract more readers.
Are you not quite ready to hire a web designer to build your home inspector website for you? You’ll be glad to know that there are low-cost and even no-cost options available to help you build an attractive and effective site on your own. Click here to learn more.
Are you struggling with designing your home inspector website? Hiring a web designer can make your site (and ultimately you!) more successful. How do you know if you need a professional, and who should you choose? Read on to find out.
Home inspection blog post ideas are all around you. They’re in the form of answers to questions you’re asked every day by consumers and real estate industry professionals.
Joanna Stern of the Wall Street Journal reviews cases to protect your iPhone from drops, water and other mishaps.
Home inspectors are tasked with reporting the condition of homes. How problems are described can be a tricky thing. How do you inform without unnecessarily alarming?
With the latest Google search engine update, nicknamed “Mobilegeddon,” your site now has to be mobile-friendly. Is yours up to snuff? Read on to find out whether you’re meeting the needs of your smartphone-using clientele and if not, what you can do about it.
For many of us, the days of paper and pencil are disappearing rapidly in the rearview mirror. Most inspectors are taking advantage of new innovations in technology and software. In today’s digital age, we are so dependent on technology that even little blips can cause big headaches and lots of stress. You can relieve the stress and help your business by planning ahead.
If you have a home inspector website now, that’s a great first step. If you don’t have one, you’re behind and need to catch up. In either case, understanding the reasons for a business website’s existence will help in decisions about the time, effort and expense we put into it.