Skeeter debuts new products website

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Skeeter Products, builder of Skeeter brand boats, launched a new micro-website.

The site provides an informational and interactive experience to visitors and supports the needs of current Skeeter owners and those shopping for a new Skeeter boat.

“The new Skeeter multispecies website will provide a clean and organized way for our owners and potential owners to find out more about Skeeter Performance Fishing boats dedicated to their specific product interests,” Darin Coats, creative services manager at Skeeter, said in a statement. “We are launching this new site in conjunction with our new MX1825 Multi Species boat, which is a great way to kick off the summer season.”

During the summer, the new site will add testimonials from customers about the new products, regional demonstration ride information, and news and updates about the company’s 2012 product lineup.

The new site will include a products section, where potential buyers can review product photos, videos, specifications, performance bulletins and the Skeeter warranty and owner’s manual; a features section, providing detailed information about the features in a Skeeter walleye or multispecies boat; a testimonials section; and a community section.

Skeeter Boats is incorporating several new social-networking links in the community section. Facebook users can choose to like Skeeter Boats on the social-networking site, post pictures and comments about their own rig or any other fan post available, follow Skeeter on Twitter or watch Skeeter’s YouTube channel.

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