Last week we gave you the scoop on the latest extension of the Twenty Over Ten family, Providence V2. The platform was built specifically for Broker-Dealers and compliance teams to make the work between the two more seamless. Over the last several weeks we’ve received tons of positive feedback, chock-full of comments and questions about the features of the platform. Over the course of the next three weeks we’re going to do a deep-dive on the most helpful features of Providence that will further benefit advisors at your Broker-Dealers. To kick things off, we’re starting with our new SEO tools.
In April 2015, Google came out with a new policy stating that if your website isn’t mobile responsive then your website won’t show up in mobile search results. All of our websites at Twenty Over Ten meet the highest w3 standards and are completely mobile-responsive. They’re adaptive to any screen size and meet HTML5 and CSS standards.
All of our users are able to add SSL certificates for free. We believe that added security and better SEO is a big responsibility to our clients. Any advisor on our updated platform will not be required to incur the technical challenges that are required to implement SSL security for their site and will see a boost in search rankings. Read more about SSL here.
On Page Features
Users have the ability to add and edit all of their website’s metadata including blog posts. This type of data helps search engines evaluate the relevance of page content which determines whether a page will or will not be displayed within search results. We’ve also provided tools that help structure pages including social sharing, image alt-tags and customizable URLs.
HAVE A CONTRACT WITH ANOTHER WEBSITE PROVIDER?
WE’LL WAIVE OUR MONTHLY FEE.
Interested in getting started with Twenty Oven Ten but locked into a contract with another website provider? We’ve got you covered. We are so passionate about our product and service and want you to have all of our new features at your disposal right now, that we are waiving our monthly subscription fee for the remainder of your contract with another provider (or through May 2018).* But don’t take our word for it, see what our clients have to say.
*proof of contract required and any setup fees still apply