Search Results with Map and List Together

Below is an image of search results on one of our client websites. Notice that the user can increase/descrease the map size. As they do this a cookie is saved which saves the users preferences for this visit and future visits.  

LeadIDX supports multiple Rets Feed in one system

The newest version of the LeadIDX system supports multiple RETS feed in one system. Whether like IRMLS (Indiana Regional MLS) where multiple cities share one system or in the case of needing to display completely separate feeds such as Houston ,Austin, Dallas, the LeadIDX system can allow users to interact with an infinite number of

Top Ten Things to Consider for IDX and VOW

From our main navigation: Top Ten things to consider when it comes to IDX and VOW The LeadIDX team has been in the IDX/VOW world for 7 years. In that time we have learned a lot, taught a lot, and kept a lot of secrets when we learn things. Without giving away the key to

New Major Version of LeadIDX released

We have launched the first phase of our new version.   You can see it here The new features include Comparison, Get Directions, Itinerary, Additional Logged In User features, Increased Mapping options, and of course a higher level of SEO and lead generation.

IDX Websites – Who are you competing with?

The answer “my local competitors” to this question is only part of the story. When it comes to IDX Websites and search engine rankings, you are competiting with atleast two handfuls of national companies. Review the image below, a Blue dot indicates national company. The Green dot is our client, the Red dot is their

IDX Website rankings are affected by page load speed

Does your IDX Website rank high in Google? View this article on an official Google blog titled “Using Site Speed in Web Search Ranking”. Google clearly states, along with the reasoning, that page load speed is a factor in rankings. Now consider your IDX website, does it load fast? If you think it does, how

Democracy, Data, and IDX Websites

What do these three things have in common? Every website is a democracy and every click is a vote. Do you, or your current provider, track these votes? Do you analyze them? Do you follow the polls? Do you listen to the populous? Terms like pageviews, bounce rate, average time on site, visits, and new