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Faster, better, more user-friendly: SeaHelp launches new homepage

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With the relaunch of its homepage right on time for the Austrian Boat Show - Boot Tulln, SeaHelp has more than significantly increased the user-friendliness of its Internet presence, while at the same time taking into account the changed user behaviour. SeaHelp CEO Wolfgang Dauser: "Intensive analyses of surfing behavior have shown that more and more members use mobile devices such as tablets or smartphones to consume the contents of our website. At the same time, the number of hits has more than doubled in the last year alone. This meant there was an urgent need for action with regard to the SeaHelp Internet presence.

“Online First” – this is the motto of most large publishing houses. When something extraordinary happens, SeaHelp members expect their breakdown service to provide fast, comprehensive and reliable information. In order to be able to provide this service in the future as well, a lot had to happen in the background: The move to a high-performance server, “state-of-the-art” software in the background that brings the data to the users, a modified menu structure that also delivers mobile content to the users in perfection and much more that would go beyond the scope of this contribution.

Too many technical details? Then just click through the homepage. From now on, you can reach the most important contents much faster, find your way intuitively and study SeaHelp news in a much more pleasant reading environment. And that on the PC, tablet or smartphone. For users in a hurry, we recommend the new Live Search, which delivers the desired content in a fraction of a second, depending on their Internet connection.

Of course, users will still find plenty of interesting reading material, such as the sailing area guide for preparing for the trip, the fee calculator for tourist tax & Co., restaurant recommendations and extensive tests or the online issues of SeaMagazine.

But the relaunch of the technology is by no means the end of the story. We will also continue to expand numerous editorial areas relevant to skippers in 2020. New products, trends and everything else that might be of interest to skippers in the regions supported by SeaHelp will be presented on the homepage in an understandable way. We also welcome tips and suggestions from our readers. Then, when it comes to information from the region, it should continue to be called “SeaHelp First” in the future.

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