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Real Estate Websites

Posted by James Osmar | Posted in How to Web Page, Lead Generation, Random | Posted on 23-02-2012

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This great speaker slash trainer, wants to offer my real estate websites as a part of their real estate training… and quitereal estate websites sincerely I am faltered.

To present my products to the real estate agents that they work with they have asked me to create a logo of sorts to place on their website. So I did a quick search on the web to see what it would cost and how long the turn around time would be. The cost was not much – $5.00 to $20.00 and the time to create would be 2 to 5 days.

I then thought about tackling this little project myself, after all I to like these little creative techy challenges. As well I thought it might be a good story to share. It took me about an hour to crate this logo, remember this was my first attempt. I think with a little experience this time could be whittled down to 20 minutes. I would have had to spend at least an hour working with the design person anyway.

What I did was look around the net for some Royalty Free images. This is fairly easy,  just Google royalty free images or the keywords that you are focusing on and you will find plenty of images to choose from.

Then drag or download the image to your desktop and you will have what will become your background.

I use a great little piece of software called Snaggit and with this software you can do screen captures and with the built in tools add text. Once you have added your text you will save you work to your desktop. Voila, you are done.

If you are shrinking your image as I needed to do do for the purposes as adding it to a product page on a website.  You will need to save it so that your text will stay  in the order it was set up before you do your resizing. After the image has been saved to your desktop you will need to do another screen capture of your saved work and then you can resize the image to the required pixel size. In my case it was 150 x 150.

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