One of the best features that separates us from other companies is Additional Cities. This allows you to have virtually unlimited landing pages, all you have to do is set it up.
Here are the basics. For a more detailed explanation on how it works, watch the video below:
- Go to Site Settings > Additional Cities
- Set your default city. Use usual spelling and no not add state. This can be a general area or a specific city. For instance "Dallas County" or Dallas."
- Click on Update Info.
- Enable additional cities to add more cities.
- Put in the city name.
- (optional) Put in a phone number for that area. If you don't put anything here, it will use the default phone number from your profile.
- Click on "Update Info"
- (optional, but recommended) You can now upload a custom background photo for that city. If you don't upload a background photo for the city, it will use the default background photo for the site.
- Continue to add as many cities as you like.
When you set up your ads, you will send them directly to the additional city page. For instance, if you are running an ad for Dallas, you would do sellmyhomeindallas.com/Dallas and the person who clicks on that ad will automatically see Dallas as the name of the city (and the background photo associated with it if you uploaded one). You can run another ad at the exact same time targeting people in another city and send them to sellmyhomeindallas.com/Flower-Mound. Each ad will always show the correct city name and background photo for the appropriate target.
Additional Cities is not JUST for cities!
Additional Cities works for neighborhoods as well. Work in a suburb or specialize in a specific neighborhood? Set it up as an additional city. My neighborhood is called Trafalgar Square, so I can send people to SellMyHomeInDallas.com/Trafalgar-Square and they will see "What's Your Trafalgar Square Home Worth?". You can set up as many cities or neighborhoods as you want. Get creative and say What's Your Luxury Home Worth? by putting /luxury after the .com in the address bar.
Don't understand? Watch the video below (We used to call it dynamic cities btw).