the best flower-buying experiences occur when florists and consumers can work directly with each other.
Paragould, AR (PRWEB) November 12, 2011
Flower Shop Network (FSN), a company that helps local florists promote themselves online, announces the launch of it's newly-redesigned website, http://www.FlowerShopNetwork.com. The new look allows for easier navigation and enhanced functionality, as well as encouraging site visitors to find and use a florist local to their city or town. It also serves as a valuable tool for learning and exploring the world of flowers through their daily publication, The Bloomin' Blog.
Flower Shop Network understands the importance of local businesses in an age of online shopping, and strives to help those who want the best of both worlds. “One of our main goals for this new redesign was to give our visitors a clear understanding that, by using FSN, they are being connected with a real florist,” said president and CEO Brock Atwill.
Anyone looking to send flowers to most any city in the U.S. or Canada, can easily find real flower shops that service that area. Most florists also have links directly to their website where consumers can shop for an arrangement they like or place an order for flowers online 24/7. Because the site is mobile friendly, smart phone users can also connect to their favorite florist anywhere, anytime.
Flower Shop Network has always believed the best flower-buying experiences occur when florists and consumers can work directly with each other. By launching the new and improved http://www.FlowerShopNetwork.com, FSN is hoping to help ensure those postive florist-to-consumer connections continue to happen, especially when it comes to online flower purchases. “We hope consumers continue to visit and grow with Flower Shop Network, and always remember to use a real local florist when sending flowers,” said Atwill.
Established in March 1999, FlowerShopNetwork.com is an online flower shop directory with web hosting and internet advertising for 6,000 member florists across the U.S. and Canada. For more information, visit http://www.FlowerShopNetwork.com or phone: 1-800-858-9925.