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    Real Estate Niche and the six pack??

    In a niche dominated by huge sites like realtor.com zillow.com trulia.com

    I don't see a lot of local sites in the six pack. And in most city's I have looked there is no six pack listed for a "City Name Real Estate" search.

    Is this because the national sites are just to big and take over? Or are a lot of people just missing a great opportunity to have a local site rank with the big boys?

    Has anyone had any luck with this?

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    Re: Real Estate Niche and the six pack??

    As +AaronWeiche so eloquently describes Real Estate Has Lost Itís Home In Local Search as a result of the Pigeon update

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    Re: Real Estate Niche and the six pack??

    Thanks MichaelJ,

    That clears it up. And for a moment I really thought I found something.

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    Re: Real Estate Niche and the six pack??

    I work specifically in the real estate space, and also have a bit of insight I can share here: What's The New Pecking Order For Local SEO? A Response To Google's Pigeon Update.

    While it has been a pretty dramatic shift since Pigeon dropped on us, the people who have continued to focus on growing their brand and also maintaining strong presence/reviews on the major aggregators (Yelp, Zillow etc) are still doing quite well.

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