Trade Only debuts its new Web site

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Soundings Trade Only launched its redesigned Web site at www.tradeonlytoday.com.

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The user-friendly site provides visitors with multiple options to quickly access information. The new, robust home page offers visitors a broad view of what makes up Soundings Trade Only, including more photos, feature stories, columns, new products, the Dealer Outlook blog and more. In addition, visitors can participate in interactive polls.

Visitors can easily find any story, whether it ran on the daily e-mail newsletter or in the print edition of Soundings Trade Only simply by clicking on the archives button.

Click on Recent News in the nav bar to catch up on any story that ran in the past week in the daily e-mail newsletter.

Also, the new site makes it easy for visitors to navigate through the calendar section; they can easily locate any show or event.

“The new Trade Only Web site is easier for our readers to navigate, and features a lot more editorial content than the old site — content from both the print magazine and our Web exclusives and blogs,” said Soundings Publications editorial director Ian C. Bowen. “The design is better and more modern, and the technology behind the new site is highly optimized for search and more stability. We will continue adding new content features to the site in the future to give our readers and advertisers the best news, information and communication opportunities available in the marine industry.”

The new site was created and developed in-house by the Soundings’ Web team.

— Lois Caliri
Editor

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