As a real estate agent, you know that getting people to your real estate website is only half the battle. Once they’re there, it’s your job to create such a compelling call-to-action that visitors can’t help but leave you their contact information.

But how, exactly, do you write an irresistible call-to-action?

First, you need to know what a call-to-action is. Then, you can implement it.

What is a Call-to-Action?

A call-to-action, or CTA, is the part of a webpage that tells your readers what they should do. In really simple terms, “Buy Now!” is a call-to-action. Naturally, yours will be a little different – but that’s the idea.

The more information you can give your website visitors about what will happen when they act, the better.

What Makes a Good CTA for Real Estate Agents?

A good call-to-action includes:

  • A strong verb right off the bat
  • Emotional or enthusiastic words
  • A reason why your visitors should act

Strong Verbs

Start your CTA with a strong verb that tells readers exactly what you want them to do. Here are a few examples:

  • Call us now for more information
  • Download your free e-Book
  • Access the hottest listings in town
  • Get automatic updates in your inbox

Emotional or Enthusiastic Words

Using words that appeal to a reader’s emotions or those that generate excitement can increase your bottom line. Try things like:

  • Find your dream house today
  • Get exclusive access to new listings

A Reason Why Your Visitors Should Act

Telling your readers what’s in it for them is essential in a good call-to-action; without it, nobody’s going to take the bait. Try:

  • Call today to schedule a tour in this gorgeous home
  • Download your free e-Book to get the inside scoop on the real estate market
  • Get immediate access to new listings before anyone else does

Where Do Calls-to-Action Belong?

Every page of your site should have some kind of call-to-action. If a visitor sees a great listing, wants to talk to you about selling his or her own home, or needs to contact you for any other reason, there should be a call-to-action there for guidance. Your CTAs can – and should – be different on different pages so that they appeal to the right audiences.

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