Fast & Secure vs Gravity Forms

I've used Fast and Secure forms for more than three years.  I loved the interface and flexible functionality the first time I used Fast & Secure.  It has improved over the years.  I continue to use it for all my forms and most of my client Continue Reading

In Exchange For This Free Article

Wait, if it is free, there is no exchange, right? Hi, My name is _____ and I work for _________, a provider of high quality, custom content for a wide variety of industries. I was impressed with http://www.realestatebloglab.com and can provide you Continue Reading

Nextgen Gallery for Real Estate

I'm  a big fan of Nextgen Gallery.  I know it has it's detractors in the RE community.  It actually requires you to read the instructions and set up the plugin for maximum use of the many features it offers.One of those "features" that RE agents Continue Reading

The Hidden Value of IDX on Your Site

This post is short and sweat.  Here is the hidden value of having and IDX solution that keep your visitors on your site.  Bounce Rate.Another way of putting it, Real Estate Porn.  I a session at BlogWorld a couple of years ago about travel Continue Reading

What Kind of Site Do You Have?

This is one of the most significant questions you need to keep in mind at ALL times.  It is the first question I ask of potential clients.  The answer determines what kind of site and functionality we build into it.Let's take this site.  The Real Continue Reading

Real Estate Blogging – Call to Action

Comments are Frosting - LEADS are the Main Course I can't tell you how many postings I read on various forums for RE that are focused on getting people to leave comments.  Let me tell you straight up.  Comments are frosting.  You don't need frosting Continue Reading