Blogging Tulsa Real Estate: Retagger Now Works with my Interactive Mapping

Retagger Now Works with my Interactive Mapping

The folks at Retaggr read my previous blog and responded immediately to my complaint.   They have repaired the coding problem to my satisfaction. 

I have now inserted the new code back into my website.  The interactive maps are working again alongside the tagging.

Now I just have to figure out if it will be helpful to leave the tagging feature on my website.  

My gut feeling is that the website will be more useful the more interactive it becomes.

I started playing around with it and started labeling everything on my home page.  I felt like I did when I was teaching French where every item in the classroom had a label.

This tagging feature could be very useful for instruction.

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Comment balloon 2 commentsDebbie Durkee • September 05 2008 10:37AM



I had not heard about this feature. Thanks for working through the problems and for posting about it.


Posted by Richard Byron Smith, NMLS #184479, Mortgage Loan Officer (Mortgage Loan Officer, Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation NMLS #2289) over 12 years ago


Wow, someone has actually read my blog! 

I only heard about Retaggr very recently and I am trying to figure out how best to use it.  I think it will come in very handy when I post pictures of properties and communities where I want to point out particular features.  In order to do that I think I will have to label objects as if they were people.

Play around with it.  I think it will be either a lot of fun or a real annoyance. 

I just looked at my website on my friend's computer.  The banner reminds me of when as a child I would go to the dentist and pick up a Highlights for Children and discover that all the little hidden critters and things were already discovered and outlined in purple crayon.

I'll leave it that way for a few days -- but I am leaning toward removing the tags in the banner at some point.

Posted by Debbie Solano over 12 years ago