So now that you have an idea of what pages to include, each one should effectively answer questions that anyone who is either interested in your area would have or, for sellers, local advice on the selling process or current stats. This is where an FAQ-style page can be super helpful, not only to you but also to your site visitors. It keeps information organized, easy-to-find and, best of all, poses the very question they may be asking as well as the answer they are looking for.
I can’t emphasize enough how useful the content on your site should be. Just because you brought a visitor to your site, doesn’t mean that they will stay, unless you have the information they want or solve a problem they are having. In another blog post, we’ll explore how, once you capture a visitor’s attention, what you should do next to help them take some action.
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Renae Virata is the Director and Founder of the strategic marketing firm revXmarketing, based in Dallas, Texas. A native of Houston and a graduate of Vanderbilt University, Renae has always been an avid writer. You can learn more about her and her work at www.revXmarketing.com.
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