Bouncepad.com – Version 2.0 released, includes Free keywords.

Bouncepad.comSo, I’ve not really done much in the way of updates for the past week or so. I’ve been spending a lot of time in the past week gearing up for today – the release of Bouncepad 2.0, a vastly improved version of our system that delivers real estate property information to mobile devices.

So, what’s new in this release? I’m glad you asked!

There are several HUGE changes, and a few smaller added features. For starters, now you can register and start using Bouncepad completely free! We’ve added two keyword types – basic and pro. Basic keywords allow you to start adding your properties and using the system for free – but with a somewhat reduced feature set. Pro keywords are keywords you pay for, but which have additional features that basic does not have. We’ve also set the pricing on pro keywords to be a bit lower so as to be a bit more affordable.

In an effort to make the system easier to use and understand, we’ve seperated keywords and properties. This enables you to have an unlimited number of properties in our system, and to link them to any of your keywords that you wish. This gives you significantly more control over how bouncepad works for you.

Aside from those changes, we’ve updated the layout of the web pages for properties (and our whole website, for that matter) – including a larger property map image and adding support for multiple property photos. To coincide with that, we have added the ability for agents to put up to twelve (12) property photos into our system – these will be shown on the property website – both mobile and non mobile versions.

So, if you know a real estate agent who is looking for a way to distinguish their properties from everyone else, send them to Bouncepad! It’s fast, it’s easy, and best of all – it’s free.

What are you waiting for? Sign up today!

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