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What Do Home Shoppers Want on Builder Websites?
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Top Builder eFlyers for April, 2017
Top Builder eFlyers for April, 2017 From our eFlyers sent in April, we chose several campaigns that implemented design best practices which allowed them to stand out and perform better in open and...
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BDX works with builders around the country on their social media strategies and one question we hear frequently is “Who should I follow on social media?” So our team has put together a list of...
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The Tech Advantage For Connecting With Out-of-Town New Home Buyers
Search, Evaluate, and Design Your Home – All Online Today’s builders are using technologies to simplify and accelerate the home buying process for buyers who are relocating from another city. Now...
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