(PRWEB) June 01, 2012
cheaphealthinsurance.term.org is one of four insurance sites that is under the term.org domain. Term.org was created in 2006 and has grown fast and is still growing. Such growths are updates in their coverage on insurance and necessary tools for better navigational purposes. The site was geared in helping people to find better quotes and rates on life insurance originally in 2006. It now is helping customers in the field of car, home, life, and recently health. Latest improvements to Term.org has been the redesign of their health insurance site.
Before their health insurance site was redesigned customers were complaining that it was hard to find recent published articles and news about health. Their main writer Logan, a doctor at practice, has had his head in the medical health side of life for years. He has been contributing his knowledge and regularly posts articles to term.org. With the new design his latest articles will be moved to a sidebar on the right side of the homepage. This will allow for users to view his latest article and also find popular articles by him.
Since term.org's main objective is to help its users to find better insurance rates. The new design will include a very easy and obvious section of the page dedicated to finding affordable health insurance quotes. It is not question why term.org is doing so well. Their quote finder lets users really save money on health insurance. Something that most people wouldn't mind.
Other improvements include the logo. A logo has been made for the sub-page. The logo is very basic and would be considered to fit under the category of a web2.0. logo.
Richard, head engineer of term.org says, "The new design will help users know where to go on the page. It will help them to understand faster what we are really about as a company. I hope my hard work will pay off".
Term.org wants to thank the insurance industry for such a friendly welcome. They will continue to provide service to as many as they can reach though social media like; twitter, facebook, and google+.