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Some of yall in other posts have asked about if your site was hit by any Google updates.. I found this site and it is free.. I think it judges by your traffic to see if you where hit or not.. It may not be perfect but it does kinda give you an idea.. I use the free account so it is 2 weeks behind any update.. http://fruition.net/sem/
Dumb Question... Do yall see alot of people pinning listings from your website like I do? I am wondering how this is going to help me? I can see friends of friend pinning images but I dont see a lot of traffic from it.. Am i doing something wrong or am I doing something right? http://pinterest.com/source/nuhomesource.com/
I did it for 4 months, what a waste of time and money, and whatever you do don't sign up for one of the $10 a month agent sites. Links everywhere to Zillow, just spending your money to promote Zillow.
Mike Pannell, so sorry to hear you are going dark. What a shame you have lost so much money on it. I feel real bad bro, so I will set you up on Zillow for a year in exchange for taking over your site. Hopefully I can salvage something from it...
I agree with Mike Pannell plus Google is cracking down on internal link spamming.. The big portals are getting away with it, but a lot of the little guys are not.. Have that stuff in your Meta Title and description... If you have links pointing to your site G knows its about homes and real estate ;-)
I'm not an SEO expert but I'm reasonably certain that the iframe won't be a negative for your site's SEO but it simply won't help your site's SEO either. As far as that goes, I'd use whatever gives the best user experience since either would be SEO-neutral. Fully integrated as part of your URL would be best and then a subdomain like search.YourURL.com would be next after that.