WorkersCompensation.com Announces Completely New Website Design

The complete redesign offers improved navigation, streamlined look and a host of new services.

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Sarasota, FL (PRWEB) July 5, 2006

WorkersCompensation.com has announced the completion of its site wide redesign, providing a streamlined look and improved navigation to its thousands of daily visitors. The new design incorporated several new offerings, and included some major technological upgrades for the website.

A completely new weblog (blog) was introduced, along with a new comprehensive events calendar. Both the blog and calendar are available through the WorkersCompensation.com NewsCenter, or directly at http://www.workcompblog.us/. Also new to WorkersCompensation.com is an advanced Press Center, where interested parties may now submit their press releases for distribution through the WorkersCompensation.com NewsCenter and subscription emails. News in the Press Center is also distributed through RSS feeds.

Simplified navigation and presentation was a big goal in this process. The company's exclusive CompYellow Page Directories can now be found directly from more than 70,000 pages of content. Likewise, navigation between state areas was also improved. WorkersCompensation.com President Robert Wilson, says, "This is by far the most aggressive upgrade we have deployed in our 7 year history. In addition to a host of new features, we were able to make significant changes in our technology; changes that will allow us to more efficiently update the site in the future".

Those interested in reviewing the newly designed website may go to http://www.workerscompensation.com/.

WorkersCompensation.com remains the only national publicly available website dedicated to the workers' compensation community. Online since January 1, 2000, it is the largest and most visited online portal available today. It serves millions of unique visitors every year. The company headquarters are located in Sarasota, Florida.

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