Transforming your website just got easier

October 18, 2017

You know it’s crucial to nail your online presence in today’s digital age. Not only do 95% of buyers use the internet in some way in their search process*, once they land on a site, you’ve got about 50 milliseconds to make a good first impression.

We know—the demands are high. To nail it, your site needs to:

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For those using Top Producer® Websites, we introduced sleek, new mobile-responsive designs to answer these demands. 

Not only does the site display flawlessly on any device consumers can get their hands on, it’s the perfect place to tell your story. (You know—where you answer the question “Why should I hire you?” and make meaningful connections before you even say hello.)

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Ariana Loucas, an agent with RE/MAX Living, has been a Top Producer® Website customer for many years. She made the switch to the new responsive design and had this to say about the experience:

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That said though, all wasn’t 100% right in website land…

Those who upgraded started reaping the benefits of their sleek, new site. But to make a change to their website, they still had to do it in the Control Panel, which wasn’t mobile responsive, and admittedly, needed an update. Next to the shiny new website designs, it became increasingly clear that the Control Panel lacked luster and just wasn’t up to snuff.

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So, knowing we had to right this wrong, we completely redesigned the Control Panel too.

Now, whether you’re sitting at your desk…

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Or at a slow open house, tweaking your website is simple, quick and convenient. Just the way it should be!

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The Control Panel is now just as pretty as its counterpart, is fully responsive, and you no longer need mad developer skills to tweak your website. Finally—all is right in website land.

*National Association of REALTORS® 2017 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers

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