New Features with Agent Pro

There are two new features added to the Agent Pro website.

  1. We now provide statistics on the number of visitors to your profile page and your featured agent advert. These charts which you will see on your dashboard when you sign in show you how many times your profile page has been viewed and also how many times your featured agent advert has been displayed and how many people have viewed your profile as a result.
  2. When you now book a Featured Agent advert you will see a new button marked “view map”. This new feature allows you to see exactly the boundary for every suburb in our database. This dynamic and unique feature is going to be presented as part of the new website and will undoubtedly be of great assistance to help people better appreciate the boundaries of individual suburbs.

October 01 2009 07:29 am | New feature and Online marketing

3 Responses to “New Features with Agent Pro”

  1. Ross Brader AREINZ on 05 Oct 2009 at 8:01 pm #

    Who is that guy?
    I’ve got a bit more hair than that!

  2. Alistair Helm on 05 Oct 2009 at 8:13 pm #


    This guy just walked into our office the other day and claimed he was Ross Brader. We being a law abiding publisher did not feel the need to check his authenticity and took his picture and added it to his listings on our site.

    As it turned out he was an imposter – he obtained a certificate as a salesperson from the Salt Lake City board of Realtors in exchange for two recycled Pepsi cans and a nickel.

    I have severely dealt with the culprit and put out a general warning to all other real estate portals around the world to be on the look out for this imposter – we want him as he took our last ream of photocopy paper!

  3. Alistair Helm on 05 Oct 2009 at 8:16 pm #

    On a far more serious note.

    We did experience some major data issues with reporting tool on the Agent pro dashboard last week and over the weekend. Suffice to say we have now fixed it and are confident that the data presentation is robust.

    Equally you will see we have switched from line graphs to bar charts – a much better way of presenting such data

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