It doesn’t matter if you have a 50 inch monitor, the amount of the search results per page in Google will not change. What are the chances that if you type the word “Atlanta Real Estate” you’d see your real estate site on the first page, or second or third or even tenth? It’s all about marketing your home page now, if you can’t do it, a real estate agent selling dilapidated condo units will do better than you.There are many ways to get your real estate page on top of the search engines without consuming loads and loads of precious bucks. Here are some tips I’ve researched over the net and as I tried them out, seem to be working pretty well.It is important that your listing page can be indexed by search engine spiders before you become part of the visible web. Make sure that your URLs contain the important keywords that you want to be searched for. You must remember that you write and upload contents not just for your target market but for the search engines as well. Do avoid technical jargons; anyone even search engines get annoyed with people who tries to sound impressive when in fact no one can understand a word they say. Search engines are your only friend in the web, if you piss them off, down goes your chances of becoming visible.Another way is to do blogs that can link to your website. Real estate sites doesn’t need too much updating, making blogs that link to your site can pretty much do the trick. Blogs unlike real estate pages are very flexible making it easy for you to put up fresh content as often as you want. Search engines just like web surfers are crazy about fresh and relevant contents. Be as visible as you can; submit to directories and link to outsides sources. Make useful anchor texts and be sure that they are relevant to the site that you are linking to. If you’re a good source of relevant information, chances are you will be able maintain your traffic.