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The Best Way To Stay Ahead Of The Competition

Discussion in 'Brokers Paradise' started by rahuldeshmukh, May 19, 2012.

  1. rahuldeshmukh Member

    In order to provide the right type of commercial real estate articles to attract the right audience to your website, it's first important to understand what the intent of your audience is. There are three main intents web surfers have when conducting an online search.

    • Informational Queries – Statistically, upwards of 80% of people considering making a purchase go online to research the product or service they're considering before buying. This means there is much more to the World Wide Web than being able to place an order online and have the item shipped to your front door. The intent of much of your audience may be a search for information – information you can provide by sharing your commercial real estate articles.

    • Navigational Queries – When someone is searching for a Website or blog that they have visited before, but cannot remember the specific web address, they may conduct a navigational query.www.findghar.com

    • Transactional Queries – Finally, transactional queries occur because the searcher is looking for a specific topic but doesn't have a specific site in mind. If you offer commercial real estate services, you want your company to show up when people are looking for what you have to offer.

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