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Internet marketing has transformed the way you can do business. The Internet has changed how we think, how we act and how we shop. In fact, 95% of home buyers are using search engines, social media and mobile devices to search for real estate. If you are serious about selling in a “niche market”, you must have an innovative Internet marketing strategy. Our Historic Homes Marketing Group is about creating a dynamic online presence to drive targeted traffic to our websites and convert our visitors into satisfied Historic Home Team customers.

The Internet is constantly evolving.  That’s why our Historic Homes Marketing Group is focused on innovative solutions. We empower our business with the most advanced marketing technology. But our work doesn’t stop at the implementation process. Our Historic Home Marketing Experts guarantee you on-going consulting and reporting that focuses on measurable results. We track your success at every possible step. The Internet has changed what it means to succeed in the marketplace. We can help you prosper in this exciting new era.

There are billions of websites on the internet and millions more are created everyday. Corporations spend millions of dollars every year trying to get their websites to the top of the popular search engines. GOOGLE, YAHOO, BING and other search engines, scour the internet for websites that match a person’s search criteria and then they rank the millions of resulting websites in order of the best to the worst. If a company is not in the top 20 best websites, that company might was well be invisible, because rarely will someone venture further than the first 2 pages of results in search of, for instances, a website specializing in historic homes.

Historic Homes Marketing Group has spent years optimizing our internet presence and positioning our websites at the top of the search engines. Today, our websites are consistently the highest ranked websites for the historic home niche on the internet.

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Here is a selection of search criteria that result in one or more of our high ranked websites displayed in the top 20 out of the millions that are available  – HistoricHomeTeam.net, HistoricHomeTeam.com, HistoricHomesNetwork.com, FineHistoricEstates.com & gestson.com:

G00GLE Search Engine (recent search results)

YAHOO Search Engine (recent search results)

BING Search Engine (recent search results)

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Gary Gestson

Gary Gestson is a Certified Historic Properties Specialist (CMHP) with over $100,000,000 in historic homes, estates & farm sales. Gary was featured in the July 2009 issue of REALTOR Magazine "OWN YOUR NICHE" celebrating his success in "Niche" marketing historic homes and estates. He earned a Masters of Fine Arts degree in Art and is an accomplished equestrian. He has lived in the Washington, DC area for over 40 years, and in 2002, after a 20+ year career as an art dealer, Gary became a Realtor. In 2006, Gary achieved the status of "#1 Top Producing Agent" in one of the top real estate offices of the largest privately held real estate company in America, Long and Foster Real Estate, Inc. He is one of the top 5% of Realtors in North America. Gary sees enormous similarities between historic homeowners & art devotee’s, both understand and relish the intangible nature of things. Gary believes that... "A historic home's true value can only be ascertained with specialized marketing that shares its virtues and benefits in a manner that compels a prospective buyer to act. It is that understanding of the unique nature of a historic home that bonds the buyer to it. When asked, most historic home owners will tell you that they fell in love with their homes at first sight. Successful historic home marketing has to facilitate and amplify that experience, while minimal traditional real estate marketing does not even begin to satisfy that need."

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