Create Professional Real Estate Slide Shows
One of the fastest growing trends in marketing right now is video. As a Real Estate Agent in Cody, Wyoming I’ve found an easy way to create beautiful slideshows that play like a video without having to get my video camera out to film every property.
As most of you are aware ranking high in the search engines is a priority for attracting new clients or buyers but the competition for these rankings is tough. I’ve found that by marketing simple easy to create video slideshows on websites such as YouTube and then linking those videos back to your personal website you can achieve some great results and move up in the search engine rankings.
Here is how to do it: Take your existing photos of your property and go to a website called Animoto from there you will be able to create an account and upload your photos to their site. Rearrange them in any order you want and add text or titles in between the photos. Select some music and hit publish. It’s that simple and once completed the website creates a stunning video slideshow of your property that looks even better than most videos I’ve seen in the Real Estate Market. Not to mention you don’t have to worry about video editing software or even have to learn how to do it.
To see an example of this in action go to Google and search for Wyoming Real Estate. On the left hand side of the results click Videos the top two non paid results are my videos. The first video cody-wyoming-real-estate was using the Animoto software for free and actually ranks higher than the second video Cody Wyoming Real Estate Bev Richard Coldwell Banker which I paid for.
My videos show up first and second out of 2,040 results! This is a new way of marketing that is creating a lot of traffic to my website.
I'm sure there are several other slideshow creators out there but the one I used was fast and easy which is why I shared it with all of you.
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