Someone I was talking to yesterday brought up an interesting item. Most all of my posts are educational or informative in nature and that I rarely show off work I’ve done. I had to actually look back in the archives and…
GUILTY AS CHARGED!
The last thing I want to do is come off spammy.
The truth is, I work very hard full time building and WordPress Based Websites
What to Know…
This is a community based site. That means community first / real estate second. Jason writes and shares posts about the happenings in and around his town (Fresno)
- The header image is a play on the NO of FresNo – get it? It was done via Logo Tournament.
- The menu bar invites people to learn more about the site, neighborhoods, invites user generated content and has a complete map based home search.
- The Home Page, what you see above, has the latest blog posts and images cycling or fading in order. Clicking on an image or ‘read more’ leads you to that post.
- To the right of that is another home search, this one being form based.
- Ten Neighborhoods are visually show – clicking on any of the images brings you to a Page describing that neighborhood with 3 current listings in that neighborhood . (http://www.fresyes.com/old-fig-garden/)
- Click on a listing and that page is automatically and dynamically built from data in the MLS (see http://www.fresyes.com/idx/mls-395164-338_east_holland_ave_fresno_ca_93704)
- If you want to see more than 3 listings – there’s a link for that right above the first listing. (It’ll create a dynamic page like http://www.fresyes.com/idx/267547-fig-garden-area/)
- On the sidebar, there’s a a call to action to find out how much their home, a map on the showing all the listings, an Altos Research Chart and even tweets from others about anything FresYes related .
- The footer has the usual legal stuff as well as contact information for the agent.
So that’s a small insight into the work I do. Want one like this? Let’s talk!