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Build Mobile-First Responsive Sites with SignalMind

noah-smallToday we are happy to make our big announcement official: you can now build mobile-first responsive sites on SignalMind!

(If you have already watched our responsive site builder videos or tried this feature - please note that we've made some significant interface changes and added features since our "soft" release a few weeks ago. More on that below).

Launching even a simple website that works across device sizes and is custom to your brand and your message has not been as easy as it should be.

Personally, I love Wordpress, and I have relied on it in too many occasions. With all the available plugins and themes Wordpress seems like the most suitable and universal option. Creating a website in Wordpress typically means one of the following:

Mobile Marketing for Realtors - Infographic

mobile-marketing-for-realtorsDid you know that 94% of homebuyers start their search online? Or that 89% use a mobile device during their research? These reasons and many more are why mobile marketing is essential for realtors.

Check out our new infographic (with additional mobile marketing stats, tools and ideas for realtors).

Unlimited free demo sites

With yesterday's release SignalMind plans now come with unlimited Demo sites. How this works is - when any site is first created, it is in Demo mode (displaying a gray line with "demo" on the site's pages). Sites in Demo mode are free (not counted towards your usage).

New features, new designs!

This morning we've released a few new features:

1. Image tags

In the icon library we added the ability to search for icons by tags (e.g. search by topic, such as "restaurant", or search by color, such as "green"). Also, you can organize images by adding your own tags to icons:

A few takeaways from SXSW 2014

We've just gotten back from one of the major events in the industry - South By Southwest (the interactive session). Unfortunately we were late in trying to book a booth on the exhibit floor, so the goal was to learn where our industry and the world are headed, and what to anticipate in the near future. Here are a few takeaways from SXSW 2014. Also, I had to take a picture of this ad I saw on a bus:

Who owns your loyal customers?

Image credit: A loyalty program seems to be an ideal tool for businesses to cultivate their own marketing list. Yet, with the growing popularity of customer loyalty programs, I am seeing an alarming trend: business owners often do not own their member data!