Music Industry News Network [01-07-2014]
New Website Showcases Rotosound Strings And More
World renowned British string manufacturer, Rotosound has re-launched their website with a fresh contemporary design to showcase all their products. With its quick and easy navigation the updated website site is packed with new features and functionality. Visitors to the new website will notice a difference straight away; from the great design, the faster page load time, quicker search results and enhanced responsiveness.
Created with the user firmly in mind, the product pages of the website now include videos of Rotosound strings being played. Musicians can hear what strings sound like before they buy and find out the artists who have used them, plus discover which albums they have been featured on. The new Videos section includes a series of forty previously unseen clips featuring Rotosound artists demonstrating and talking about the strings.
Jason How, CEO Rotosound observed ‘the new website will give our customers more information than ever before about Rotosound Strings and our history. We have built and designed the website from scratch to make it easier and quicker to access a huge database of information on our strings, artists and accessories.”
Customers can explore the completely revamped Artist section, which now includes more than three hundred and fifty endorsee biographies. They can search the Rotosound Timeline and discover the rich heritage of the brand and strings as well search through the comprehensive company history starting with the 1950’s through to present day. If they want to sign-up to the Rotosound newsletter, visitors can simple click on the large Newsletter Sign-up button at the top of the page.
To stay informed about all the latest Rotosound products, offers and news go to http://www.rotosound.com and check out the new website now.
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