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Smiles Property Holiday Lettings Section, Levi Dale Launch, City Lets Social Media Integration

Posted on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010 by Helen

York estate agents Smiles Property have extended their business to include holiday properties. Their new holiday and short term lets section will provide a range of high quality York holiday apartments and cottages for visitors to the city, and caters both for leisure and for those who are visiting on business and require a short term serviced let. The Smiles site is designed and maintained by Loyalty Matters, but is receiving additional SEO treatment from Semlyen IT.

Also in the property area,  York student accommodation specialists Levi Dale Lettings have a new website profiling their  portfolio of managed student and non-student properties in the York, Selby, Goole, Malton and Whitby areas, which is currently undergoing a thorough SEO treatment.

In yet another area of the property market, high-end York letting agents City Lets have recently commissioned some social media integration in the form of Facebook and Twitter feeds. These will not only include company news and updates, but will also feature an automated property details feed. New properties posted on the City Lets website will be automatically posted in the City Lets Twitter and Facebook streams.

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New Blog for Applied Web Analytics

Posted on Monday, August 24th, 2009 by Helen

Jamie is currently developing a blog for web analytics consultants Applied Web Analytics.

The blog is making use of many social networking and bookmarking tools – a toolbar below each blog entry offers buttons which will add the article to any of a variety of bookmarking sites, such as Digg, StumbleUpon or Technorati.

As well as these tools, it offers RSS feeds of blog posts and also blog post comments, with optional buttons which automatically subscribe in the viewer’s chosen reader – for example Bloglines or Newsgator. Alternatively there’s the option to subscribe via email.

It also features syndication with Twitter, so that when a blog entry is posted, a connected Twitter account is also updated, and vice versa.

The blog’s entire functionality and structure is being built before any design or styling, as opposed to after the initial design, as is more usual. It’s not yet live – but I’ll post an update when it’s ready.

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