Changes to Landlord News – do you like it? Have your say.

by Mark Alexander

14:36 PM, 3rd December 2010
About 8 years ago

Changes to Landlord News – do you like it? Have your say.

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Changes to Landlord News – do you like it? Have your say.

You may have noticed some changes to Landlord News which include: 

  • The ability to search on any word or phrase, e.g. The history of (right hand side of the page)
  • Grouping of topics (articles in each topic will show in date written ascending order)
  • Easy access to back issues and previous articles (also on the right of the page)
  • Opportunities for readers to comment (bottom of every article)
  • Save/Share button at the foot of every article.  This enables our readers to share the content via their preferred social media
  • A weekly feedback question intended to be light hearted, to get you thinking and above all, to provide a bit of fun.

We knew we needed to raise our game to reach our goal to attract 500,000 subscribers so we very much hope that you will enjoy the enhancements.

Please leave comments and help us to spread the word. 

Our Vision is for Landlord News to be the number one online information resource for UK property investors. 

Our Goal is to help property investors to raise money, build wealth, minimise risks and maximise returns. 

Our strap line is ‘The Complete Solution for Landlords’.



Comments

Michael Dolan

19:13 PM, 6th December 2010
About 8 years ago

Topical and relevant articles for the average buy 2 let landlord. I find it very useful. Keep it up. Michael

20:50 PM, 6th December 2010
About 8 years ago

Thanks for your feedback Michael, it's very much appreciated. Please tell any other landlords you know.


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