Check Out My Homemade WebSite!

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Real Estate Agent with Century 21 Alliance

My commitment to a more personal and unique website finally has me putting it together myself.  I have it linked to HavertownRealty.com and called it Your Havertown Realtor.  I still pay for a website that most of the people in my company use made by Birdview, JohnRyanHomes.com.  No offense to Birdview, who has put together a great client management system if all you are going to use is their website, but it's kind of boring. 

I'm thinking that a website should be more personal as we are hired for our unique personalities.  I have put together this website with my MacBook Pro using IWeb and uploading it to my MobileMe.  I bought a whole bunch of Havertown web addresses from GoDaddy last year, see Your Havertown Realtor in my Blog.   Took one of them HavertownRealty and connected it to my new website.

Well I'm not done yet but have a good start and would appreciate some constructive criticism.  Click on by and tell me what you think.

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Carla Muss-Jacobs, RETIRED
RETIRED / State License is Inactive - Portland, OR

I like it!  For a self-made site, it's pleasant.  I like simple, and neat looking.  I've seen sites that are so overblown with links, and harsh colors, so this was nice.  Pleasantly surprised.  Plus, I like that you capitalize.  Email addresses and websites aren't case sensitive, but still people will have, johnryanrealestate.com  So hard to read.  JohnRyanRealEstate -- much better.  So I like it!!

Oct 17, 2010 03:01 PM #1
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Deb Jamail
HomeLife Southern Properties - Galveston, TX
Galveston County Real Estate

John

Great job on the website.  One thing I have found, is that consumers really want to look at the MLS.  I'm not sure how that works in PA, but in Texas you can incorporate IDX into your website.  I also have noticed that folks like it simple.  I think your website is comfortable and easy to get around in.

Keep up the good work

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