Monday, February 21, 2011
One benefit to FranklyMLS's keyword search is that it is lightening fast! But the downside has always been that it is only 98% accurate.
About 2% of the time a search for a random zip code might pull up a random 22101 Beachway Drive in Maryland instead of McLean's 22101.
But now that is all so very 2010.
We now figured out a way to scrub out these outliers which makes the new zip code boundary feature that much more powerful.
Now if you search for zip codes, it will recognize that you want a zip code and only show you homes with that zipcode. Skipping over house # and even remarks.
Let me know if you get any errors. Soon hopefully we can do this for county searches, as I know people might search for Arlington and get annoyed by homes on Arlington Blvd in another city.
Hope you like it.
The only downside is those with smaller screens sometimes can't see the entire photo and that makes it tougher to get to the thumbnails.
Well now we adding numbers above the main image.
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Rollover those numbers and it will change the photos.
Thanks for the suggestion!
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Monday, February 14, 2011
To think that a small concept could grow and beat most of the powerhouses is pretty neat.
The ranking data is raw but reliable. It comes from a 3rd party hoster of albums for MRIS. They track the number of albums viewed and thus the referral log tracking and ranking.
Thank you everyone for all of your ideas that have helped the site be what it is today.
Sent from my iPhone sorry for typoes.