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Homebuilding Sample Post: 4 Reasons You Should Consider Building A Custom Home

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This 1,023-word sample blog post written by Janelle B., who has written for BlogMutt for more than 5 years. In this posts, Janelle uses her experience writing for real estate clients to demonstrate the benefits of custom homebuilding.
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BlogMutt
February 9, 2018

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BlogMutt In 2018: Upcoming Improvements

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An in-depth guide to the changes and improvements BlogMutt will be making in 2018 to power effective content marketing for our customers.
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Paul Zalewski
November 10, 2017

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Storytelling Through Crowds

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Over my career I’ve had the opportunity to see firsthand the power of crowdsourcing across different types of work, and writing is one of its most powerful applications.
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Steve Pockross
February 28, 2017

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How A Leading SEO Agency Used BlogMutt To Overhaul Their Content Creation

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A case study through four months of conversations with one of SocialSEO's main SEO gurus BJ Enoch and their content creation operations evolution and overhaul with the help of BlogMutt's talented writer network.
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Paul Zalewski
January 3, 2018

Homebuilding Sample Post: 4 Reasons You Should Consider Building A Custom Home

Middle-of-funnel posts like this one for custom homebuilders can help generate new leads, while also educating potential customers about the benefits of building a custom home. This is a 1,023-word sample blog post written by Janelle B., who has been writing for BlogMutt for more than 5 years. During that time, she has published dozens of posts for real estate clients. If you're looking for content for your custom homebuilding, construction, or architecture firm, our talented network of 3,000+ writers can draw on their expertise to create content that's catered to your audience. 


 

Congratulations on looking for a new, or maybe your first, home. Buying a home is exciting. It's part of inching toward the American dream. However, it can also be unsettling. In fact, one survey found buying a new home to be more stressful than bankruptcy, divorce or even the death of a loved one. Will you be able to afford it? Will you be happy once you move in? Are there any underlying issues with the home? Will you have good neighbors? The lists of doubts can seem endless. The majority of these issues, though, can be resolved by building your own custom home.

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BY BlogMutt
February 9, 2018

4 Sample Posts, 4 Blog Post Lengths: How I Tailor Real Estate Content To Different Word Counts

Editor's note: We worked with one of BlogMutt's stellar writers, Alicia P., on this series of four posts to give a good, concrete idea of the kind of content you can expect at each of BlogMutt's word counts: 300+, 600+, 1,000+, and 1,500+ words per post. This series focuses on samples from the real estate industry specifically.

What follows here is a brief, 409-word overview of Alicia's process and how she approached each length of post.


 

By Alicia P.

Adjusting my content to different word count tiers required being mindful of being thorough while adhering to the target blog length. There's a right word count for every topic, so having the right subscription is key to obtaining outstanding content.

To help you out, I've prepared a snapshot of my experiences with each word count in regards to real estate writing.

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BY BlogMutt
April 4, 2017

Real Estate Sample Post: The Comprehensive First-Time Home Buyer's Guide

This is one post as part of a series of sample posts entitled 4 Sample Posts, 4 Blog Post Lengths: How I Tailor Real Estate Content To Different Word Counts, all written by the same writer, to showcase what sorts of posts you'd receive at each of BlogMutt's word count lengths.

This particular, 1,291-word sample post is what you can expect in terms of depth of content and quality at the 1000+ word tier for the real estate industry as an agent or broker—an exhaustive exploration of a complex topic or a longer form post as a potential white paper or thought leadership piece.


 

By Alicia P.

Becoming a homeowner is well worth pursuing for its financial benefits. If you know that you are going to stay local, it makes sense to save money by paying an affordable mortgage instead of renting a home for a higher monthly payment. In addition, each time you pay toward your mortgage, you are one step closer to owning the property in full. Your home is likely to appreciate in value, meaning you are investing in something that will grow in its worth and contribute to your wealth. Homeowners also benefit during tax time by being able to deduct the interest they pay in their mortgage, resulting in owing less money to the government and even getting a refund.

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BY BlogMutt
April 4, 2017

Real Estate Sample Post: 10 Luxury Virginia Beach Communities You Need To See To Believe

This is one post as part of a series of sample posts entitled 4 Sample Posts, 4 Blog Post Lengths: How I Tailor Real Estate Content To Different Word Counts, all written by the same writer, to showcase what sorts of posts you'd receive at each of BlogMutt's word count lengths.

This particular, 993-word post is what you can expect in terms of depth of content and quality at the 1000+ word tier for the real estate industry as an agent or broker—an in-depth list or exploration of a complex topic.


 

By Alicia P.

Did you know that the 757 is not just a hot spot for tourism, but there are many luxury communities tucked away in aquatic paradises? Builders are breaking ground all around the city, carving paradises of upscale homes packed with amenities to die for. Waterfront properties can only be obtained at a premium, but that doesn't stop many from getting that dream home that is cradled by the sound of rustling waters.

 

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BY BlogMutt
April 4, 2017

Real Estate Sample Post: 4 Reasons Why You Need A Property Manager For Your Oceanfront Investments

This is one post as part of a series of sample posts entitled 4 Sample Posts, 4 Blog Post Lengths: How I Tailor Real Estate Content To Different Word Counts, all written by the same writer, to showcase what sorts of posts you'd receive at each of BlogMutt's word count lengths.

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BY BlogMutt
April 4, 2017

Real Estate Sample Post: 3 Ways To Enjoy Springtime In Virginia Beach

This is one post as part of a series of sample posts entitled 4 Sample Posts, 4 Blog Post Lengths: How I Tailor Real Estate Content To Different Word Counts, all written by the same writer, to showcase what sorts of posts you'd receive at each of BlogMutt's word count lengths.

This particular, 381-word post is what you can expect in terms of depth of content and quality at the 300+ word tier for the real estate industry as an agent or broker—a short, punchy post or brief list.


 

By Alicia P.

Things are heating up here in Virginia Beach, melting away winter's cabin fever. There's plenty to do in the city—especially in the warmer monthswhich makes owning real estate here an exciting prospect.

 

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To give you a picture of what this city has to offer, here are three ways to enjoy springtime in Virginia Beach.

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BY BlogMutt
April 4, 2017