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November 10, 2011

posted by: Carissa Drohan-Jennings

LWS Is Pleased To Announce Landlord Web Con 2012

Thorold, Ontario, November 10, 2012 –Landlord Web Solutions is pleased to announce Landlord Web Con 2012.  The team is already in the planning stages for the event, which is shaping up to be an even bigger and more comprehensive event than last year.  Surveys from last year's event indicated that there was a varying degree of familiarity with Internet marketing among landlords.  So, this year’s event will be separated into two streams – intermediate and...

November 05, 2011

posted by: Carissa Drohan-Jennings

LWS Announces The Launch Of Homestead Land Holding's Website - www.homestead.ca

Thorold, Ontario, November 5, 2011 - Landlord Web Solutions Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of Homestead Land Holding’s new website www.homestead.ca.  The new website, which features a fresh new design, a unique and interactive search feature, and a state of the art, secured rental application system, was built on the LIFT System, a proprietary content management system (CMS), which was designed by Landlord Web Solutions to exclusively power rental websites.  This system...

November 04, 2011

posted by: Carissa Drohan-Jennings

5 Design Tips That Create Killer Mobile Websites

Before creating a mobile website, it’s important to keep one thing in mind—the person viewing the site is mobile.  That may seem like a no-brainer, but it’s surprising how many people forget that simple truth.  So to a renter on the go what’s most important?  Usability.  Below are 5 great tips that will help you create a killer mobile website that focuses on a renters usability of the website.    #1 - Simplify The Content Of The...

November 01, 2011

posted by: Carissa Drohan-Jennings

Colour Secrets Your Rental Website Designer Didn't Tell You

Imagine how boring the Internet would be without colour.  Visualize how lifeless a website would appear in black and white.  What would you think about Google’s corporate logo, for example, if the colour were removed? Would their brand have survived?  Would people have become attached to the brand in the same way if did not contain colour? Would the company have been as profitable without colour? The answer to all of these questions is probably no.  Google’s...