Our creative team of copywriters and designers did an excellent job on this project.
Delray Beach, FL (PRWEB) September 16, 2009
Payday.pro is pleased to announce the launch of its completely redesigned website. Their corporate site has been updated to provide easier site navigation and to also incorporate database technology to automate cross-linkage between related content.
"The major goal of any redesign is to make a site more functional for a wider variety of customers, and provide top-notch service and information. Our updated homepage, as well as the navigation, provides much quicker access to our products, services, and pertinent information which is of high value to our clientele," says Harold Jager, Communications Director for Payday.pro. "Our creative team of copywriters and designers did an excellent job on this project."
It is common knowledge that in today's business world, it is not enough to merely have a website. Design, usability and well informed content take all part of the equation towards a successful site. This is why Payday.pro offers a variety of informative articles, tips and payday loan benefits. Marketers everywhere agree that websites should be refined and improved upon on a regular basis in order to capture the visitor's attention. Furthermore, the updated information should engage the customers consistently, or else they may be inclined to visit a competing site instead.
The look of your site can make or break a company's image or reputation. With only seconds to make that first impression, a company can lose a potential customer. Attention to detail and good design sense can go a long way, and contrary to what some people believe, bells and whistles are not needed to entertain visitors. A simple, well-designed site is generally the winning formula. Many people find themselves in need of cash before their next paycheck and Payday.pro offers this service in a professional and secure manner through their new design website.
"Who wants to wait five minutes for a Flash intro page to load? Certainly not us." says Ira Mateschitz, spokesperson for Payday.pro. "Music, flashing graphics, moving text … these kinds of sites can crash customers' browsers, or require them to download plug-ins just to view the site. We don't have these problems."
This press release was written with the sole intention of emphasizing the service aspect of Payday.pro, and they want to make sure that they are tracking their results that have been generated (e.g. more customers per month, increase in volume, etc.) so that they can showcase their über-informative payday loan site to a much wider audience.
For more information on this forward-thinking payday loan company, please visit http://www.payday.pro today.