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If you haven’t heard the news…Santa Cruz County Board of REALTORS® recently won the 10th annual best web site contest for fewer than 300 members! Just another benefit of being a member for our association! Visit our web site at, www.sccazrealtor.com

This Web site gives no clues that it’s from a small association and is updated by the president and EO. From the Twitter feed and elegant mobile version to the quick MLS search and unobtrusive pop-up windows, this site has the features and functions offered by large associations.

From the judges: “I love the action of the photos on the different pages. The sunrise-to-sunrise banner is captivating! There is nothing stagnant about this Web site! Under Government Affairs, I was really drawn to the Legislators and Legislative Tracker. If I were a member and wanted to know what my representatives were up to, this is an easy resource to navigate. Good job! I was able to find a category easily, and finding out how to become a member is easy. I like the way it flows.”

REALTOR AE, Spring 2012

To read about the other associations that won the contest, visit: 2012 Web Site Contest Winners  


If you haven’t heard already, Facebook has come out with a new profile page. The Facebook Timeline Profile page will help you tell your story in a new kind of way. To get started, click on the links below and review the the tutorial video to help you understand the new profile:

To help you on your way to the new Timeline Profile page click on the links below:

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