10:37AM, Friday 22 July 2016
You may have noticed a few changes to the Maidenhead Advertiser website recently – and it has all been designed with you in mind.
We’ve been hard at work looking for ways to improve how we bring you the latest news, sport and entertainment so you can access the content you want, when you want it.
The site is now fully responsive for mobile and tablet devices, and has an improved homepage and search function to make it easier to find what you are looking for.
In addition, we’ve made it simpler for you to join the conversation and customise the way you use the site.
Registering an account only takes a couple of minutes, or you can sign up using your existing Facebook or Google account. This allows you to leave comments, share stories with friends and submit your community event to our interactive diary.
You can also access the ‘where I live’ function in the news section, which allows you to search for stories that have taken place close to your address.
Scroll through our most read and trending stories, as well as related content, to find out more about what’s going on where you are.
Browsing on a tablet? Tap the ‘fullscreen’ button at the top of the page to get an interactive snapshot of the latest headlines.
It’s not just about news either. If you’re looking to buy a new home, on the hunt for a new job, or want to upgrade your motor, you can find everything you need in the ‘buy, sell, tell’ section, where you can also browse the latest classified ads, business listings and family announcements.
Looking to place an advert? All it takes is a few clicks and you’re on your way to reaching thousands of readers in print and online.
We hope you enjoy the new features.
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