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Heavy Traffic album coverIn my last post, I shared with you the first 3 ways to drive traffic to your real estate website without search engines.  If you missed that post, you can see it at 7 Ways to Drive Traffic To Your Real Estate Web Site Without Search Engine Listings – Part 1.

In today’s article, part 2 of this short series, I am going to give you the next 4 ways to drive traffic to your real estate website.  Let’s get started then, shall we?

Strategy #4 – Joint Ventures

This strategy is one of the most overlooked and ignored strategies out there.  Why?  Because a lot of real estate investors view it as “my competition will steal my leads.”  Let me explain how this strategy works:

Let’s say that you invest in Chicago surrounding areas.  You have a real estate website where sellers can contact you to use your services.  However, you have found that there is a significant amount of people who contact you that want to sell their homes in other areas in Illinois or even other states.  Since you only invest in Chicago surrounding areas, you have to turn these people away.

What if you contacted other real estate investors who have websites and invest in those other areas?  What if you created a joint venture with them?  What if you told them that you can send them some leads for their areas and for every lead you send them or for every house they buy, you get something in return.  Now, if you get paid for this, make sure you obey any and all laws.


websiteHaving a website is important for anyone in the real estate business. Unlike ten years ago, the technology and the WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) programs available today, allow anyone to build a website without having much html knowledge.   In fact, I see a lot of real estate investors building their own websites.

Since I am a real estate marketer, I visit a lot of real estate websites to see how real estate investors use their own website as a lead generation and internet marketing vehicle.  There are many problems I see some real estate investors make on their websites that kill their conversions, search engine rankings and lead generation rates. 

One of the biggest mistakes I see is not having a clear call to action