AboutBail.com Debuts New Website and Resources

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Following a complete redesign, AboutBail.com has debuted a new website with improved functionality and resources for bail agents and individuals who are looking to hire a bail agent. The redesign includes new tools like the How Bail Works video, customizable bail premium calculator, and more!

We're very excited about the usability of the new site as well as the new [free] resources we've been able to develop.

AboutBail.com, a trusted network of local, pre-screened bail agents, has debuted a new website. The updated and sleek design includes recently released tools including educational industry videos and a bail calculator widget that are both free for bail agents and industry professionals to post on their websites.

Some of the new features include:

  • The How Bail Works video -- The bail process is a complicated and involved process that can be difficult for the average person to understand. This video walks the viewer through the steps of bail from getting arrested to the verdict. Helpful illustrations explain what information is needed to contact a bail agent, how bail premiums work, what collateral is and how long the person is obligated to the bond.
  • Bail Calculator Widget: The Bail Calculator is a customizable and embeddable tool that allows a potential client to type in the bond amount to calculate the premium. With options for flat rate pricing and multiple tiers, bail agents can customize the calculator to accurately represent premiums in their states.
  • Information on bail cost and premiums: A new tool in the AboutBail.com Help Center shows how bail premiums differ by state. The allowable bail premium, additional information like minimums, exceptions and links to further information are available for each state. Additionally, states that do not allow private bail, like Illinois, Kentucky, and Massachusetts are listed on the site.
  • Private investigator and process server listings: Below listings of bail agents in a city are additional links to private investigators on PInow.com and process servers on ServeNow.com.

“We’re very excited about the usability of the new site as well as the new resources we’ve been able to develop,” AboutBail.com co-founder Trent Carlyle explained. “These new tools are free to use, and we hope they will help bail agents become more efficient in working with their clients.”

AboutBail.com has been helping bail agents get more clients and increase revenue through network listings, website design and local search optimization, and now these resources are readily available to associations. Bail associations that are interested in a new website and other marketing services can contact AboutBail at info(at)aboutbail(dot)com for help.

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