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TXAD Internet optimizes two campground websites

TXAD Internet optimizes two campground websites

CROWLEY, Texas — TXAD Internet has launched two more campground websites, the company announced today.

Tropic Island ( in Port Aransas, Texas, needed a complete website refresh.

“Tropic Island’s old site didn’t have a mobile-friendly counterpart, and now the website is fully responsive,” said Braden Walker, web director at TXAD Internet services. “The site is well optimized for every device, and they are already receiving compliments about how great the site looks. Guests comment on how much of an improvement the new site is over the old one.”

The website earns the “mobile-friendly” tag by Google’s SEO standards, which improves search engine rankings and usability, attracting more visitors, he explained.

TXAD launched a brand new site for River Walk RV Park ( in San Antonio, Texas.

“The park is near the River Walk, and we wanted to create a fully responsive website with a fairly modern and festive design that matches the area,” Walker said. “It was a fun site to work with.”

River Walk’s site uses modern design elements to create a fun, user-friendly feel, and incorporates the highest SEO standards, he added.

For more information about TXAD Internet Services, contact Braden Walker at or visit

SOURCE: TXAD Internet press release

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