Although YouTube is very important, Google also looks to other video sites on the web to index real estate videos. Help Google find your video by uploading your real estate video tours to multiple video sites.
Unfortunately, not everyone is going to find your real estate video tour online. Like most marketing, you shouldn’t rely on one single method and put your eggs all in one basket. Instead, try marketing to buyers at showings.
2225 Cameron Crossing in Grapevine, Texas is a great town-home in an excellent location. Located within short distance of Southlake, Keller and the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, the homeowners of this home will enjoy quick access to entertainment. Watch the real estate HD video walk-through tour below.
1435 Fleetwood Cove Drive in Grand Prairie, Texas is ready for move-in. Watch the real estate HD video walk-through tour below.
Getting your real estate video out on the Internet and obtaining views through increased exposure should be one of your goals when marketing real estate with video. If you have a personal website or blog, you can embed your videos to reach your real estate audience.
In the first part of the Marketing Real Estate with Video series, we tackled How to Upload Your Real Estate Video to YouTube to get it online. It is a great first step, but simply posting our videos to YouTube isn’t going to get us the attention we need. We need to tell others our video exists by sharing it through social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.
We’ve all been there – a real estate conference where the focus is on using video when marketing real estate. There are a lot of tips shared, and you jot down as many notes as you can. You get back to your office in North Texas and tell your real estate agent colleagues of all of the new and exciting things you have learned, but you have no idea where