Most of us like to think of our websites as our digital living rooms. We invite you to come in and stay a while. Look at our family photos, enjoy our décor and even play with our little pets. To sit down and have dinner with us, while we entertain you with all of our accolades, activities and endeavors.
The truth is your website is more like a tiny, tiny little food stand in the middle of your local mall's food court. That is if the food court boasted over 1 million eateries. What's more, is that even when narrowed down to a specific cuisine (or in this case real estate market); there are still hundreds if not thousands of other options.
After you've done all the investment to actually drive traffic to your site, you've got seconds to convince them to stay before they're off to the next offer. Do you really want to spend that time focusing on your face or on your dog, or any of the other things about you that does not relate to why they came to your real estate website in the first place? Spend less of your digital real estate focusing on pictures of yourself or articles about your awards or even your personal life. Those things are better placed on your "about us" pages and maybe a little on your blog, and at LinkedIn.
A proper design for a real estate website is one that has a clear focus on the visitor. Make their visit to your website a delightful experience and you will be rewarded with more traffic and more repeat visits. Real Estate Web Design in Vermont