Real Estate Marketing 101: The Web Design

If you’re a real estate company wondering how and where to start your digital marketing campaign, we can help. One of the most important elements of your business is your website – whether a web user is simply searching for real estate companies or has heard your name before, the first thing they’re going to do is look for you on the Internet. That’s why it’s important to have a web design that’s not only unique, but user-friendly.

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Mobile Efforts for Branding, Not Sales

Mobile devices have become incredibly popular and have redefined the way we surf the Internet, connect with friends and family, purchase products, and more. With such an increase in mobile, businesses have incorporated it as a large part of their marketing strategies – but not for sales… for branding.

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7 Web Design Trends of 2013

Web design is a delicate process and as technology advances, building a website that stands out is becoming even more difficult. Last year, we saw some web design trends popularize, such as multi-column menus and banner graphics. Here are some we think might be big this year…

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A Prager Redesign, Part 1: The Design

Our Prager redesign was started almost a year ago and there were several reasons why we decided to go forward with it: Most importantly, our old site was very dated. What was once a good design concept was now bloated and old-fashioned.

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A Prager Redesign

As a digital marketing agency that offers a wide variety of services, it’s easy to get lost in all of the work we do for our clients. Our clients are our first priority, so our days are spent researching, producing, and maintaining the best marketing tactics to help them succeed.

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FCC Forces Data Roaming For Carriers

In order to provide consumers with the best data coverage for their money, the FCC has enforced regulations that will make service providers AT&T and Verizon enter a data roaming agreement with smaller mobile carriers. This will make it so that mobile subscribers that choose smaller carriers will have access to data services, no matter where they are in the United States.

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Client Spotlight

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