Launch your website in minutes without any extra work 

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You've heard it before:  you need to get your business online!  But that can be (more than) a little daunting, even if you're an advanced marketer.  That's where we come in.  Once you own an XSite, getting it published takes just four steps.  

Don't Settle: 3 tips for communicating with your contacts 

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There’s no shortage of ways to communicate with people these days.  You can post your weekend plans on Facebook for hundreds of people to see in seconds.  Or easily text your colleague about a sketching question while you're out in the field.

It’s amazing that we have access to correspond with tens or even hundreds of thousands of people almost instantly.  But of course, not all methods of communications are created equal.  For business owners, one of the easiest and most strategic ways to stay in contact with your clients is via email.

Use your website to make your voice heard

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When blogging first arrived on the scene as an online medium, it wasn't necessarily a professional tool.  Even now, many people only use blogs as a way to advertise their lifestyle — so it's easy to overlook the idea of a blog for your website if you've never used one before. 

Don't Settle:  Stop lowering your fees

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Nobody wants to be underpaid for their work.  But when the market slows down, it can seem like you have no other option.  You might end up gritting your teeth and taking  low-fee orders just to pay the bills.
 
Trust us:  it doesn't have to be this way. 
Lowering your fees is counterproductive — and it's completely avoidable.  In fact, there are a number of tried-and-true strategies you can use to protect yourself against the ups and downs of the market.  You might even start flourishing during the lean months!

Make your business visible for all to see

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Have you ever used Google to read reviews about a restaurant before you go?  Or maybe to help you find a specialty store in your local area?  If so, you've probably noticed that some businesses show up differently than others on the search results screen.  These places show up on a map display — accompanied by photos, hours of operation, a phone number, and more.  It's the equivalent of an eye-catching billboard off the highway!  As a professional appraiser, wouldn't you like for people to find your business that easily?

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