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(June 30, 2015) -- Jellystone Knightstown in Indiana needed a fresh, new look for their antiquated site. TXAD also launched a new website for Timberline Valley RV Resort in Anderson, Ind.

TXAD Internet launches new campground websites

CROWLEY, Texas — TXAD Internet Services launched two new fully responsive websites last week, the company announced today.

Jellystone Knightstown (jellystoneindy.com) in Indiana needed a fresh, new look for their antiquated site. They were not receiving adequate traffic and customer engagement, so TXAD stepped in and revived the site, said Braden Walker, web director at TXAD Internet Services.

“Jellystone Knightstown was an incredibly fun site to create,” Walker explained. “The site was over five years old and needed a fresh look, and to be brought up to web standards and incorporate mobile-friendliness. This site is now fully responsive and showcases the true family-friendly feel this park incorporates.”

Now, the website is more user-friendly. Information is easy to find, and guests can search and enjoy the site on any mobile device, he added.

TXAD also launched a new website for Timberline Valley RV Resort in Anderson, Ind. (timberlinevalleyrvresort.com).

“Timberline’s new website is a huge step up from the previous site,” said Walker. “It’s not only fully responsive, but it incorporates new design styles like parallax scrolling. Timberline’s sophisticated look and design enhances ease of use, upping customer engagement.”

For more information about TXAD Internet Services, contact Braden Walker at braden@texasadvertising.net or visit TXADInternet.com.

SOURCE: TXAD Internet Services press release

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