The website rankings consist of 6 key categories and 1 special category. Winners are selected using a set of methodology based on each category.
Website design and user experience often depends on users understanding of how the website works. There should be a unique value proposition (UVP) addressed on the home page and give users an idea of who you are, what you do and how they can take action. User experience consists of several variables including layout, clear navigation, usability and branding on a website.
The idea of responsive web design is to make websites that fit multiple screen sizes. For the design and development, it means multiple versions of the website that adjusts to both desktop computers and mobile devices. Fluid layouts, flexible images and individually catered landing pages are the three technical ingredients for responsive web design.
Websites that provide quick searches for towns and communities make it easier for visitors to find specific information. Landing pages should provide emotional insight on each community, such as amenities, things to do, market data, unique imagery, what to expect, facts, maps and lifestyle information.
These pages give your customers detailed data and information at the property, community, demographic and market level. Home details that include mortgage tools, historical sales price, year of sale, tax information, bedrooms, and baths and other data points should be included. Also, a highly ranked website will allow users to easily query for comparable sales or related properties.