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30.01.2011

First fully customisable local site in the UK

The CityLocal franchise is, it says, constantly improving and regularly implementing improvements to make their local site more useful for each area.

According to the information provided, they discovered – after polling their franchisees to discuss future improvements – that no two territories were the same and each franchisee was focussing on a different money-making area of their franchise. As a result, the decision was made that each franchisee must be able to tailor their local portal and configure fully the layout of the top row and bottom row navigation buttons to maximise their earning potential.

CityLocal franchisees can now tailor their local site to suit them, their customers and their local audience. They have the ability to fully customise the top two rows of navigation buttons on their local portal. They have a choice of 21 buttons on the top row and 20 buttons on the bottom row that they can choose from. This allows CityLocal to constantly add new features that the franchisee can then choose to display or keep hidden. No two people are the same and the same applies to each and every town and city in the UK.

CityLocal now gives it franchisees the power to choose which buttons have prominence on their site. It is, it says, the first, and only, fully customisable local site in the UK. (kbp)


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