San Jose, CA (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
Insurance-Comparisons.org has been the place to go for insight into the process of shopping for insurance for several years, but this November, the site is also getting all dressed up with a brand new look. Just in time for the holidays, the site will be sporting new, easier-to-read fonts, a more intuitive layout, and a color scheme that entices viewers to stick around for a lengthy visit.
Of course, even the prettiest site is nothing without good content, and at Insurance-Comparisons.org, content is king. Site users can learn the best questions to ask when shopping for home, auto, health or life insurance, and even read direct comparisons of competing insurance companies. No stranger to niche markets, the site offers detailed information about the ins and outs of travel insurance, and even guides animal lovers toward the perfect pet insurance products (because caring for little FiFi or Fido can be expensive).
Why change the design now, and not at the first of the year? Insurance-Comparisons.org site administrator Steve Hester explains. "We provide free information on how to get the best prices on insurance, so our 'holiday discounts,' are really year-round savings. Changing the look now makes sense - just as families want to be settled into their new homes before Christmas, or have a new car ready to go for the holidays, we want our gift to our users - both existing and new - to be a friendlier, more organic design."
In addition to learning all about how to compare different insurance quotes in order to obtain the best pricing, visitors to Insurance-Comparisons.org can request free quotes directly from the site. All they have to do is plug in some basic information, and wait for a response to be emailed. There are no high-pressure sales calls - the ball is literally in the customer's court from the first click to the last.
Consumers seeking new insurance policies or who are considering changing their coverage can visit the site, or email support(at)insurance-comparisons(dot)org for more information.