Website Design

Upgrade Virtual Selling Screen-time to Facetime

| Dennis O'Neil

One-click video meetings and model home tours. We’re excited to share the details of a new Homefiniti feature designed to provide immediate support to the new normal of virtual and video selling. Available today, Homefiniti hosted builder websites can easily add and quickly manage virtual calling buttons for their online and onsite sales teams. We’ve […]

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It often takes something major to take us out of our normal ways of doing things and challenge the status quo. It’s a huge understatement to say: this is one of those times. Every part of our lives has been affected and businesses have had to quickly adapt to change the way they interact with […]

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Last week Megan and I hosted the first edition of our new series of Facebook Live’s discussing the state of builder web traffic during Covid-19. Thankfully, most of our clients are located in states in which building is considered an essential business, as it should be. On March 12, most of the country began efforts […]

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Introducing Homefiniti Analytics

| Dennis O'Neil

Accurate business metrics have never been more important. In the last couple weeks there have been many conversations and opinions about what is actually happening in the housing market. Is traffic up or down? Are leads up or down? Are form completions of the generic variety, or are prospects actually inquiring about your communities and […]

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Update Your Website for More Online Shopping

| Molly White

While we are all doing our best to practice social distancing, a lot of people are staying home. They are cooped up with their families and taking an extra close look at their surroundings. Anyone who was contemplating a move in the near future will definitely want to move after being at home for so […]

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How We Improved Homefiniti in 2019

| Jenna Schwartz

We love making Homefiniti better and it shows. We made hundreds of Homefiniti improvements and optimizations last year, but instead sharing every nerdy detail, we’ve collected just a few of our favorites. January Custom Page Templates New ability to specify a custom layout when adding Pages. This feature allows for better functionality of specially designed […]

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I ended the previous chapter in this series with some thoughts about the difficulties builders experience when it comes to video. Builders experience progress paralysis with video, not due to a lack of tools and know-how, but because they lack a clarity of purpose. The purpose of your quest for video is what drives every […]

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AMP Up Your Emails

| Jessie Campbell

Sometimes I relate building emails to building websites 20 years ago. They’re made using tables (an old and rigid format), there’s inconsistent coding support, and they have limited interactivity. So when attending Litmus Live in Boston earlier this month I hoped to learn some new tips and upcoming tech in the email world. Besides all […]

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All design is a demonstration of values. The website design process involves decisions on the arrangement of information and assets. The decisions on the placement, prominence, and presence of an element are a manifestation of what you value, how you see your customer, and what you think they want, or should want, to experience. If we […]

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When a builder designs a new website with our team, we’re commonly asked for our recommendations on how to make it the best it can be. And our answer is, to every builder, designs are best created through a process of deep collaboration — one that allows us to learn about a builder’s values, goals, […]

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Is WordPress Right for Home Builder Websites?

| Dennis O'Neil

ONeil Interactive has designed and developed WordPress based homebuilder websites for some of the largest builders in the country. Those builders came to us knowing they required a WordPress solution and they knew of our experience making it work for the industry. Why was WordPress a requirement? In almost all of these cases it was […]

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