With this new color palette and smooth layout, our aim is to enrich the readers’ experience, making it even faster and easier for them to compare products, read reviews, and apply for different financial products directly through DailyMarkets.com.
New York (PRWEB) September 26, 2013
DailyMarkets.com, a leading consumer finance website that helps Americans save smart daily, has just completely revamped its website design to a more trendy and easily usable format. This will make it easier for people who access DailyMarkets.com to find what they need.
This new website design makes it much easier for readers to find and access the different sections of DailyMarkets.com, which include credit cards, mortgage rates, insurance, CD rates and credit scores. On the main homepage, vibrant graphics, cleaner fonts, spacious spacing and neater organization have replaced the former text-crowded page. These new improvements are aimed at providing readers with greater ease of use, so that they can find what they’re looking for quickly. This entire redesign has come hot on the heels following a recent newly designed mobile version optimized for iPhones and Android phones.
On the main homepage, readers can easily access the latest personal finance articles, credit card reviews, mortgage comparison, CD rates comparison and much more. When readers move their mouse over the credit cards tab at the top of the page, they can see a clear list of the different types of cards, and when they go over each type of card, they can see at a glance the most popular cards in that category, and have the option to read staff reviews, or to go directly to the card issuer’s website to apply for the card. At the top of the page under Mortgages, readers can simply select the state they reside in and the type of loan they are looking for, before they are shown a comparison of mortgage deals offered by major mortgage lenders. At the top of the homepage under Insurance, readers can similarly select the state they reside in and the type of insurance they are looking for, ranging from home and car insurance, to health and life insurance, before being shown a comparison of insurance quotes from different insurers.
Besides the main DailyMarkets.com homepage, all other pages of the site have been revamped to reflect the cleaner and more vibrant feel.
“To help our readers navigate the website more easily, we have completely revamped the design of DailyMarkets.com, which will make it much easier for our readers to find what they’re looking for,” says Grace Cheng, co-founder and CEO of DailyMarkets.com. “With this new color palette and smooth layout, our aim is to enrich the readers’ experience, making it even faster and easier for them to compare products, read reviews, and apply for different financial products directly through DailyMarkets.com.”
Intuitive navigation bars simplify readers’ access to product information, and social media integration with Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ gives readers a fast way to stay connected with DailyMarkets.com.
“At DailyMarkets.com, our focus is always the user. We strive to make it easy for readers to find the best deals in the market, whether they’re looking for credit cards, mortgages, insurance, or CD rates,” says Grace Cheng. “With so many user friendly features, busy readers can now easily do product comparisons, see product reviews, and apply for them on the spot.”
DailyMarkets.com’s main focus is on educating consumers about credit cards. This main credit card guide not only allows readers to find the best credit cards, but also offers detailed reviews of credit cards. These reviews are done by the DailyMarkets.com staff writers who have been trained to carefully pore through the fine print.
DailyMarkets.com has a featured section on the Best Credit Cards, which lists the best credit cards in the US, along with their star rating, a link to a detailed review and a direct link with their issuers website where people can find the official terms and conditions of each card.
Readers will also find the Best Credit Cards 2013 section useful, as they will be able to browse through the best credit cards in the US market this year separated by categories, such as cash back, rewards, travel, airline, student, business and balance transfer credit cards.
Readers will also find a section featuring the best airline cards, gas credit cards, cash back cards, airline cards that reward in miles, business credit cards for small business owners, the best student cards, and the best card depending on their credit score.
In the Insurance section, readers can browse through and compare the best insurance rates all across the country by selecting the state they live in. This way they can find the best health, life, home, and car insurance for themselves or their family in the state they live in.
Readers looking for home loans will also be able to select their state and find the cheapest mortgage rates available for them. Whether they’re planning on purchasing or refinancing their home and regardless of the time horizon they’re planning to pay off their mortgage, this section will prove useful to them.
To compare CD rates, readers only have to select the type and length of the CD they want as well as the amount they want to invest, after which they will see the best CD rates available for them based on their decision.
DailyMarkets.com is a consumer finance site founded in 2008 by Grace Cheng who was named as one of the ‘new kids in cyberspace’ by Financial Times. DailyMarkets.com is dedicated to helping consumers compare insurance quotes, mortgage rates, auto insurance, best credit cards and other financial products. Its comprehensive credit card section is perfect for consumers to browse through the different categories of credit card offers such as airline credit cards, 0% balance transfer cards, rewards credit cards, business credit cards, travel credit cards and many more. You can also check out DailyMarkets.com's list of Best Credit Cards 2013 which shows the best cards for earning cash back, for earning airline miles, for doing balance transfers, for business owners and students. For more information, visit DailyMarkets.com.