Some names are all target audience, SEO keywords, or very plainly descriptive, for example I used to own a blog called DSLRBlog. This was a blog about DSLR cameras and photography. Actually I now think “blog” might be as bad or worse than the generic names I list above and the combination of keyword+blog, though initially seeming a good idea for search traffic. It probably held the site back. You see, nobody searches for “DSLR Blog” apart from people were looking for my blog. So while keywords do have an SEO benefit, I wonder if branding combined with killer content has as much or more benefit longer term.
To increase the chances that a buyer will fall in love at first sight with your property, you’ll need to impress them with a good first impression. And that could be achieved not only by great description, but also with high-quality photos which you attach to your listing. You may choose to hire a professional photographer to help you take the most effective photographs, but it’s also possible to do it yourself. Here https:///blog/real-estate-photography-tips recommendations from photography professionals who’ll give you great beginner advice on taking photos that sell homes.