Why go static when you can be dynamic?

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IDX hosted integration - Title tags According to a survey conducted by seomoz.org, search engines look for keyword use and relevancy in the title tag. This is great in theory, but what does this mean to a Realtor™ with an IDX website?

You basically have two options; you can build a page that frames another page...or you can pull one link.

Why build a new static page and then frame a dynamic page for each single set of results or each individual property? That sounds like a lot of work!
With that said, some designers can put IDX forms, results, and listing details inside a frame, or inside AJAX events, and produce above-average results. The problem is with the dynamic nature of the content within the frame; especially when the content inside the frame is hosted somewhere else. Does anybody know of a case where title tags of the hosting page are dynamic?
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Rainmaker
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Mike Jaquish
Realty Arts - Cary, NC
919-880-2769 Cary, NC, Real Estate

I suppose it might be a little off topic, but... IDX Broker ROCKS!

Oct 07, 2009 01:19 PM #1
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Kevin Cavanaugh
Keller Williams Hudson Valley Realty - Tappan, NY
Lic. Associate Broker, ABR, GREEN

Huuuuhh??  I not sure why I need to spend $39.00 a month when I get IDX from my MLX anyway.  What am I missing here?

Oct 07, 2009 10:36 PM #2
Rainer
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IDX, LLC. - Eugene, OR
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Thanks Mike, for the words - glad to be of service!

Kevin, It's true that your membership with the MLS provides you with basic IDX search. Most visitors have seen that same form on a lot of different sites, often on the MLS's site itself. So do you take some risk in order to integrate IDX, hoping for more leads as a result? That's up to each individual.

Oct 08, 2009 04:18 AM #3
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