VisitNH.Gov Gets a Mobile Makeover; Updated Look now Optimized for Smart Phones

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State tourism officials have announced that the mobile version of the tourism website at http://www.visitnh.gov has undergone a complete makeover to provide a higher-quality user experience when viewed with a smart phone. The new mobile website provides a much more interactive experience for the user.

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New Hampshire tourism officials have announced that the mobile version of the tourism website at http://www.visitnh.gov has undergone a complete makeover to provide a higher-quality user experience when viewed with a smart phone.

“Today’s traveler relies more heavily on mobile technology and the internet to research and book travel plans,” said Tai Freligh, Communications Manager for the New Hampshire Division of Travel and Tourism Development. “We needed our mobile website to be in better alignment with the capabilities of today’s smart phones and we are confident that people who check out http://www.visitnh.gov with their iPhone, Blackberry or other device will be pleased with what they see.”

William Storace, Creative Director at SilverTech, Inc., said “The new mobile website provides a much more interactive experience for the user. We incorporated touch-screen capabilities and larger user-friendly buttons to help make planning a New Hampshire trip easier than ever.”

Some key features of the mobile website:

o    The ability to search for lodging, dining, and attractions.
o    Events listings.
o    Local resources, maps, directions.
o    International traveler information.
o    Smart phone-friendly seasonal New Hampshire wallpapers.
o    Contact us page.

Take a look at http://www.visitnh.gov with your smart phone and let us know what you think. You can join the conversation on Facebook (VisitNH) and Twitter (VisitNH).

ABOUT THE DIVISION OF TRAVEL AND TOURISM DEVELOPMENT
The Division of Travel and Tourism Development, as part of the New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development, works with the state’s seven travel regions to increase visitation, travel and visitor expenditures in order to expand business activity and employment throughout the state. The division is responsible for domestic and international advertising and public relations, literature publication and distribution, http://www.visitnh.gov administration, grant administration and research to monitor and measure the impact of travel and tourism to the state. For more information about New Hampshire tourism, call 603-271-2665 or visit http://www.visitnh.gov.

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