TXAD Internet Launches Three New Websites
Larry Fons has 25 years of experience working as an information technology professional.
But he still found it worthwhile to hire TXAD Internet Services for assistance when he decided to create a new website for his 116-site campground — Double J Campground in Springfield, Ill.
“We basically moved our web services to them,” said Fons, who worked closely with TXAD Internet Services on the redesign of his park’s website. “It went very smoothly,” he said. “I was very happy with the ideas they came up with. The biggest thing was the transition from the old site to my new site. But it was a seamless transition. There were no hiccups.”
The new website at www.DoubleJCampground.com is already helping to promote a new swimming pool, which is being installed in time for the upcoming summer camping season.
Out West, TXAD Internet Services has also completed a new website for Desert Shadows RV Resort in Phoenix, Ariz., which went live March 1. The new website at www.PhoenixRVResorts.com includes an online reservation capability for its nearly 640 RV sites and two park model rentals.
“The website turned out well. Our guests like it,” said Todd Roles, who owns and operates the resort. “Everyone has been happy with their online reservations.”
Meanwhile, Woodland Lakes RV Park in Conroe, Texas, north of Houston, is enjoying its new website at www.WoodlandLakesRVResort.com. “We did a complete redesign of the site,” said Chris Brailsford, TXAD Internet Services’ website developer, adding that the pages were redesigned for consistency and also to showcase large photos. The website, like others designed by TXAD Internet Services, is also compatible with mobile devices.
“Chris was very good at doing what we needed to have done,” said Susie Prater, who manages the Conroe park.
A Crowley, Texas-based division of Texas Advertising, TXAD Internet Services offers a full range of Internet marketing services, including website design, blogging, search engine optimization, analytics and statistics tracking. For more information, please visit www.TXADInternet.com and www.TexasAdvertising.net.