The Outer Banks Child Magazine Website is the New Playground for the Family-Friendly Activities and Events to keep OBX Family Vacationers and Locals in the Know

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Child’s play is serious business for Outer Banks Child Magazine as they launch their new website and bring back the publication that keeps local and Outer Banks vacationing families up-to-date with kid-friendly happenings from Corolla to Hatteras and Ocracoke Island.

Outer Banks Child Magazine just launched a user-friendly, branded website to complement their publication helping Outer Banks families with child-friendly resources.

Be sure to pick up the latest Spring edition of Outer Banks Child magazine at locations all up and down the Outer Banks

Outer Banks Child needed the website to bring brand awareness to their publication and serve as a much needed resource for information pertaining to children and families on the Outer Banks.

Outer Banks Media (OBX Media), a North Carolina-based digital marketing agency specializing in website design, search engine optimization (SEO), internet marketing and online advertising, announces the website launch of their client, Outer Banks Child. Outer Banks Child is a free quarterly magazine targeting residents and visitors of the Outer Banks of North Carolina with children up to 12 years of age. The website offers articles, information, and a calendar of events to inform and entertain both children and families. Designed to complement and extend their printed publication, co-owners Lee Hux and KC McAvoy wanted their website to be a fun and useful resource for vacationers, residents and those who are considering a move to the area.

“With all the work Lee and KC did to bring this publication back to life, they knew they needed a functional, easy to understand, fresh, new look for their website,” said C.K. Evans, owner of Outer Banks Media. “Outer Banks Child needed the website to bring brand awareness to their publication and serve as a much needed resource for information pertaining to children and families on the Outer Banks. They wanted something that would be colorful, creative and useful for busy parents looking for entertainment, community events, arts and crafts ideas and much more,” he added.

In addition to an attractive, mobile-optimized design and kid-friendly color scheme, the events and camps calendars are a comprehensive guide to everything happening on the Outer Banks for children in the summer and all year round. Family support, local parks, libraries, schools, and other community resources are available on the website as well. “We’re happy we now have a more modern and user friendly website that will add to the value of our magazine, especially by providing an easy way for family-friendly businesses to advertise“ said Hux. “We look forward to working with Outer Banks Media on optimizing our advertising program as our website and online presence continue to grow,” McAvoy added.

Hux and McAvoy will be adding useful and intriguing articles and blogs, while inviting all Outer Banks businesses from Corolla to Nags Head and Manteo, and Hatteras Island and Ocracoke to submit their family-friendly events and activities to keep the events and camps calendars up-to-date guides of what is happening on the Outer Banks for children and their families. Outer Banks Child offers a weekly newsletter to keep fans updated each week with important news and activities, that can be joined from the website. Also, advertising requests from Outer Banks businesses can be submitted from the website, or by calling (252) 256-2513.

About OBX Media
Outer Banks Media provides marketing and advertising consultation services to small and large businesses all over the nation. OBX Media specializes in search engine advertising, including paid search advertising, search engine optimization, social media marketing management and website design and development. For more information on brand awareness and online marketing please visit http://www.outerbanksmedia.com or call 252-256-7116 to speak with C.K. Evans.

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