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There would be little traffic without my blogs.
I agree with Roy Kelley I think very few agents keep track of where on their site traffic comes from even though it is so crutial to optimize your marketing time and money.
In a positive way!
My company website is a blog format website just like Activerain yet from my company website I have analytics that ells me the number of people coming to my website, from where google or active rain and how long they stayed on my website and what they looked at and if they came back to look again. I wish this were true for Active Rain. I can see some people go to my website: http;//www.ilrealestatespecialists.com. Come visit and let me test how many come from active rain.
After 6 long years, yes.
I seem to be in the minority. There was a time when I saw traffic move from AR to my web site. I can't say that has been true in a while, at least for me.
Just today I sent a Referral to an Orlando Fla Broker. All from a post on AR.
I get a steady number of traffic to my searches from Active Rain.
This is a blogging site. Website has to do with listings from mls and pocket listing.
This key information is tracked by very few real estate professionals.
I have a continuous flow from AR. A