“Our goal is to make AwardsNetwork.com easier to navigate and more user-friendly,” explains Bob McDowell, Director of Sales.
La Porte, IN (PRWEB) July 28, 2010
Awards Network unveiled its new website today, http://www.awardsnetwork.com, which has been updated to enhance visitor experience and provide additional resources to people interested in learning more about recognition and incentive programs.
“Our goal is to make AwardsNetwork.com easier to navigate and more user-friendly,” explains Bob McDowell, Director of Sales. “We have found visitors to the website want to quickly access information and prefer filling out a short form on the page to request a representative follow up with them about our award programs and services.”
The new menu layout of the website brings all of the links and resources to the top of the page making it simple for a person to find exactly what he or she is looking for.” McDowell adds, “Aesthetically, we are hoping visitors will find the pages easier to read because of the improved layout and enjoy the Polaroid-style pictures featured throughout the website.”
In addition to highlighting its recognition award and incentive solutions, Awards Network has created two new sections of content to its website coinciding with the website launch. These sections are dedicated to helping visitors understand what Awards Network does and also provides reward program resources to clients and their participants.
“In addition to the information previously featured on our website,” McDowell reports, “our recognition and incentive program experts added new pages covering sample recognition and incentive program uses, FAQs, case studies and administrative customization abilities. We also developed additional resources for people interested in a do-it-yourself style reward program, prospective clients and current clients.”
Visitors to the new website will be able to access this new content in addition to the information and insights that brought people to the website in the past such as incentive and recognition program tips, related reading links and checklists to guide companies through setting up a successful reward program.
McDowell reports, “In the near future we are planning to include complimentary downloadable certificates and letters, an incentive program budget worksheet, award presentation tips, expert guides, tools to communicate a recognition or incentive and case studies. These downloadable items will be useful to companies in any stage of developing a reward program.”
If you would like more information on Awards Network please contact Amy Trueblood or visit http://www.awardsnetwork.com.
About Awards Network:
Awards Network has been producing bottom line impact results for America's finest organizations with employee recognition programs, incentive programs, safety awards and employee engagement solutions for more than 55 years. We have shared our experiences with a wide variety of clients in numerous industries, each with a different challenge and unique goal. Awards Network will help design, implement and maintain an award program built to engage, improve performance and achieve any organization's goals. Featuring name brand merchandise and travel selections, Awards Network lets the recipient select the gift of their choice.