One of two things can happen when someone discovers your real estate website. They might leave without giving you or your website another thought. Or they might stick around, take full advantage of your resources, and keep coming back to your site again and again. Visitors who fall into the latter category are far more likely to become your clients, so encourage more visitors to engage with your website using a call to action.
What is a Call to Action?A Call To Action (CTA) is prompt for your website visitors to complete some action, normally paired with a benefit statement (“do this to get that”). No matter what kind of CTA you use, it’s a clear invitation or direction from you that tells a reader what to do next. Not all CTAs have the same function, but they are effective in directing your website visitors toward the actions you want them to complete.
What does a Call to Action look like?A CTA is often a button somewhere on your website that encourages a visitor to do something such as “register” or “subscribe”. A call to action could also be a bit of text at the end of a blog post that encourages the reader to comment or share the post on social media. You can have multiple CTAs on your website based on the goals you set for what kind of actions you want to encourage. Your main “lead capture” CTA might encourage visitors to register on your real estate website to gain access to features and benefits such as:
- Unrestricted searching
- Ability to save searches
- Ability to save listings
- Email notifications for new listings