Your web site looks like an excellent resource for the first time home buyer. It looks as though you poured your heart and soul into its creation. Congratulations on a job well done.
The site discretely promotes your services with Keller Williams although it does not identify you or the group of agents affiliated with this web site. It also directs all leads to Keller Wiliams for questions, inqueries, etc.
Concerns I see a Realtor might have in adding your site to their site for first time buyer education:
Loosing leads. The agent would be directing their leads/contacts/referrals away from their own web site.
Buyer Confusion. Leads/contacts might find it confusing why a RE/MAX, Prudential, C-21.Coldwell Banker, etc agent would direct them to a Keller Williams web site for first time buyer information.
Many agents spend thousands annually promoting their web sites in order to attract Buyer and Seller leads. It doesn't sound like a wise buisness decision to divert leads and possible referrals to another realtor.
My advice would be to find a good company to promote your web site on the internet for an economical price. Until you find such a company, you may want to do pay per click on Google.com and Yahoo.com. You can do a campaign to promote your site for specific search terms. The sites usually give you a search term suggestion tool. You can pick a monthly budget. You will get stats on how many visits you can expect. I have done this with great success until I found a company to discretely direct traffic to my web sites.
This is not the most economical route but it will get your site exposure until you can find a company to promote your site. I got a call from a company the othr day offering 25 search terms and first page placement on Google for $225 a month. Just be sure to thourghouly check out the company you decide to use.
Best of Luck . Great Site.