TAMPA, Fla. (PRWEB) January 20, 2006
TWay.com, the customer-focused online auction site, announced today it has completed a complete overhaul of its website, making the site easier on the eye and more user-friendly than ever before.
The site also offers a new color scheme as well as a number of new features that will appeal to its already enthusiastic customer base, according to Dean Burnetti, TWay.com’s president.
“We had a number of goals in mind when we first visualized this makeover,” Burnetti said. “We wanted to make the site more attractive and more user-friendly, but we also wanted to offer a number of new features that we think will be warmly welcomed by our customers.”
The main page now offers a split-view approach, with half the page devoted to auctions and the other half devoted to TWay “stores,” Burnetti said.
“Also, when you move your mouse over one of TWay’s Premium Auction Items, a box containing information about the item becomes immediately visible,” Burnetti said.
On the “Store” side, sellers who have more than a single item to sell can display all of his or her items in a single location, or “store”, on the website. Each Store offers a profile of the seller, along with the seller’s rating.
Another new feature is a Forum section, which is divided into three parts, Burnetti said.
The first part is a public forum, in which any visitor can participate and access FAQs, selling tips, buying tips, notices and other useful information.
The second part includes Member Forums, where members can create forums where other members can discuss various topics of interest.
The third part offers general use forums accessible to all TWay visitors.
The redesign was overseen by Dan Wade, TWay.com’s director of development. Wade, who joined TWay in the fall of 2005, is a senior software developer with many years of experience.
“While the giants in the online auction industry are investing their money in overseas expansions, new headquarters buildings and corporate jets, we are investing in our customers, making our site easier to use and providing more and more features,” Burnetti said. “It’s what our customers tell us they want, and that is what we intend to provide.”
ABOUT TWAY.COM: TWay.com moves online buying and selling to the next level with unparalleled flexibility, options and service. It also offers marketing partnership opportunities to savvy entrepreneurs. To learn more, visit the website at http://www.TWay.com.