—–> 32 Million Clicks <—–

“The Internet has become an integral part of our business.  In fact, according to the National Association of Realtors’ 2010 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, 89 percent of buyers use the Internet during their home search. Weichert has responded by establishing a huge presence online.  Not only is our Weichert.com customer website the winner of two recent awards for website excellence, it is also one of the most highly trafficked sites in the industry.  In 2010, consumers visited Weichert.com more than 32 million times, making it our best year ever.  What’s more, year-to-date traffic to the site is up 51 percent over last year, and we are beating the competition.  According to the most recent weekly report from Hitwise, which monitors the activity of major websites, Weichert.com had more visits than many of our competitors, including Century 21 and Coldwell Banker.  The growing popularity of Weichert.com combined with the Weichert Lead Network model allows us to quickly convert our website visitors into customers.  Simply put, Weichert.com enables us to sell more homes than any other real estate broker.  Seize the opportunity.”  ~Jim Weichert


Below are stats from Alexa.

Website traffic over the last 3 months (weichert.com ranking higher the majority of the time):


The percentage of visits to weichert.com that came from a search engine over the last 6 months.  We like this stat because even though weichert.com may not be very well known in your area, search engine strategies in place are driving people to visit weichert.com.

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