A strong website allows us to maintain a strong Internet presence and really be there for our customers when they need it the most.
San Jose, Costa Rica (PRWEB) October 14, 2011
In order to simplify the user experience for its customers, National Payday, recently launched its new website, http://www.nationalpayday.com.
The website modification includes more succinct and informative content, a sleek new design, and an even easier quick-start short form to expedite the application process and overall user experience. The company expects these website changes to improve its ability to share information on current products and services, research, and upcoming events with National Payday customers.
Because National Payday provides its services nationwide, and is exclusively featured online, the company knows just how essential a strong website is. Overall, the new website has been designed to make it easy on the visitor – well-laid out navigation and a plethora of information, including a quick look at the National Payday blog, all make for a positive Internet experience.
“The redesign of the website, including the addition of our new ‘Get Started’ form right on the home page has been a long time coming,” explains National Payday Director of Operations, M. Lee. “A strong website allows us to maintain a strong Internet presence and really be there for our customers when they need it the most.”
National Payday has been providing payday loans for over ten years and has built a large, loyal customer base through its quick and easy application process, state-of-the-art web interface, and friendly yet professional customer service.
About National Payday:
National Payday specializes in online payday loans and cash advances, ideal for customers who find themselves in need of quick cash between paychecks. The company offers quick approval and same day wires of their advances.
For more information, please visit http://www.nationalpayday.com or email support(at)nationalpayday(dot)com.
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