Internet Marketing for Real Estate Expert, Ryan Bush, to Speak at Foreclosure Convention in Florida April 22, 2012

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Internet marketing for real estate is helping many real estate investors and agents to increase awareness for property listings and to connect buyers and sellers. Ryan Bush, real estate marketing expert, will speak April 22nd at the Foreclosure Convention in Florida.

Florida Foreclosure Convention | Ryan Bush Speaks April 22, 2012
It’s a completely different world today for real estate professionals.

Internet marketing for real estate is something that some property investors and agents struggle to learn. For the past 10 years, Internet marketing had been mostly under the radar apart from self-proclaimed Guru’s selling training courses and e-books to amateur marketers. Ryan Bush, real estate marketing specialist, found success with Internet marketing in 2006 and this achievement led to starting a successful real estate investment company. Ryan is now teaching Internet marketing to new and established real estate investors and agents. The Florida Foreclosure Convention in Boca Raton has invited Ryan to speak on Sunday April 22, 2012. The same Internet marketing for real estate strategies that Ryan uses for his own company will be presented at the convention.

News reports have publicized that the real estate market was still very strong in the late 1990s and many agents relied mostly on offline marketing. These traditional ways to market consisted of marketing flyers, brochures and word of mouth to spread information about a property to buyers and sellers. The integration of search engine optimization in the early 2000s made it possible for companies of all sizes to compete for attention when marketing to consumers online. “It’s a completely different world today for real estate professionals,” said Ryan Bush. “Agents and property investors that are not using the Internet to build demand for properties and build their reputation might not achieve as much success,” added Bush.

Marketing a website online is said to be more difficult today than 5 years ago. The reported shortage of relevant Internet domain names makes planning and organizing a website harder than it used to be in 2007. “One of the elements that makes a website successful is its age,” said Brian Hansen, Co-Partner of Marketer's Black Book. “Search engines like Google are now considering the age of a website before deciding to index it for search engine results,” added Hansen. One of the things scheduled for training at the Florida Foreclosure Convention is how to create a real estate website and use Internet marketing to help it become successful. One of the main tips that will be presented is how to select a domain name that has search value and not just a catchy business name.

There are many training methods that are sold online to beginning real estate investors on how to strike it rich in the real estate business. While these programs and seminars are usually profitable for the organizers, not every investor or real estate agent reaches the same financial success. A great website is just the start of performing Internet marketing for real estate and there are many tips and tricks that someone can learn to bypass search engine algorithms. Things like organic search marketing is helping content remain longer in search engines. The real estate marketing online instruction taught by Ryan Bush could help to take investors or agents with little online marketing experience and increase their marketing success online.

About Ryan Bush

Ryan Bush began teaching real estate marketing online in 2006 before the majority of the Internet world took a second look at online marketing. As a total marketing expert, Ryan Bush has created and developed over 50 successful websites dedicated to real estate and is now taking his teaching across the country. Ryan has shared convention stages with real estate experts like Ron LeGrand, Mark Victor Hansen and Stephen Pierce.

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