Washington, January 30 – Agri-Pulse.com launched an exciting new look and improved web site, designed to greatly enhance users’ experiences, provide additional content and offer significantly better performance on mobile phones and tablets.
“With the growing number of our readers accessing content on mobile devices, we wanted to ensure that our top-quality content worked on a variety of platforms,” explained Editor Sara Wyant. “This new design will enhance the Agri-Pulse brand while improving the user experience with more value in a user-friendly environment.”
In addition to the home page, readers will have access to new landing pages for regular subject areas such as Politics, Farm Hands, Energy, Food & Nutrition, Labor & Immigration, Farm, Rural, International, and special landing pages like the one devoted to the new Farm Bill.
The new design features handy and easy to use “drop-down” menus to more quickly navigate to reader interest sections and landing pages. The new website also will offer several prominent advertising positions designed to leverage maximum reader exposure.
During the first week after launch, all site visitors can explore and experience the new Agri-Pulse.com without restrictions to any of the content. Afterwards, Wyant says the site will require Agri-Pulse subscribers to log in to access premium content using their current user names and passwords. An auto log-in feature will be provided.
After the initial introductory period, first-time visitors who are not Agri-Pulse subscribers will be required to register to access the non-restricted content and encouraged to subscribe. Agri-Pulse will continue to offer the four-week free trial subscription for those first-time visitors who want to “peek under the hood” at all of our high-quality content.
“We think our subscribers and advertisers will appreciate the new Agri-Pulse.com and we look forward to hearing their feedback”, adds Wyant.
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