Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) May 13, 2013
FullTraffic, a leading ad network that provides global and targeted website traffic for businesses, today announced that it updated its help section to make it more user-friendly and informative.
Aside from the usual Q&A articles, the new help page now contains videos that teach users how to launch campaigns, make changes, request pay outs, add funds, and more.
“We want users to get the most out of FullTraffic’s services, so they can meet their advertising and online marketing needs as quickly and effectively as possible,” said FullTraffic CEO, Federico Einhorn.
“We get a lot of questions on how to get website traffic, how our affiliate program works, how to manage accounts, and more. Now instead of having to call or email, people can get answers right from our website,” continued Einhorn.
Brand New and More User-Friendly
The revamped help page sports a brand new interface that’s more intuitive and easier on the eyes. It’s also divided into two sections: Advertisers and Publishers, giving people a more organized view.
Additionally, the updated help section now displays the most common issues above the fold, so the solutions to frequently asked questions can be accessed with one click. It also has a more convenient search feature with auto-complete, so users can get to their answers much quicker.
Help and How-To Videos
More importantly, the updated help section includes videos that allow people to see FullTraffic’s features in action. The videos provide step-by-step instructions on how advertisers and publishers can manage funds, set-up campaigns, and more.
“Thanks to these videos, our new help section doesn’t just tell people what to do, it SHOWS them how to do it,” added the CEO.
A leading provider of website traffic for all kinds of businesses, FullTraffic offers various solutions that can help advertisers reach target customers, drive real visitors to their websites, and boost rankings. FullTraffic has an extremely wide reach as it runs its very own ad network comprised of over a million websites. Learn more at http://www.fulltraffic.net.