Many visitors come to the site to read a specific hotel, destination, or attraction review, but stay for the family travel expert tips that we offer.
Natick, MA (PRWEB) August 14, 2013
Family Travel Magazine, an online magazine and family travel blog, has recently unveiled a brand-new desktop and mobile website design.
The website redesign, which was completed by WP Site Care, has made the site more responsive and easier to navigate. Guests will now find four main categories - family travel blog, family travel reviews, family travel tips, and family travel deals and news.
Jodi Grundig, family travel expert and managing editor of Family Travel Magazine stated, "We developed the new site design to help families better navigate our website. Many visitors come to the site to read a specific hotel, destination, or attraction review, but stay for the family travel expert tips that we offer. This new design helps showcase our content".
In addition to the website design, Family Travel Magazine has also hired popular blogger and author Stacy Cacciatore to run the deals and news section of the website. The site also features several other popular bloggers as regular contributors.
Family Travel Magazine managing editor and family travel expert Jodi Grundig is available to discuss ways to make family travel more successful.
About Family Travel Magazine and Jodi Grundig
Passionate about promoting family vacations that help a family bond, Family Travel Magazine reviews hotels, destinations and attractions and reveals special deals and promotions at hotels across the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean. Because mom and dad sometimes need to get away alone, the magazine also features destinations for parents only. Jodi Grundig, mom of two with an MBA and ten years in corporate finance, is a sought-after brand ambassador, travel writer, mom blogger (since 2007) and brand consultant. An avid traveler and travel blogger, Jodi has written about some of North America's best family hotspots, including Hawaii, Phoenix, Virginia Beach, Walt Disney World, Orlando, SeaWorld, and the Cayman Islands.