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Glenwood Springs, CO, United States, 2005/04/01 - Blizzard Internet Marketing, Inc., a leading provider of website design, hosting and internet marketing solutions for the hospitality industry, is proud to present a new look for its monthly Newsletter.
Taking on an appearance similar to the company's recently redesigned website, BlizzardInternet.com, the online newsletter is streamlined for quicker viewing and easier navigation into and throughout the interior pages.
Trent Blizzard, CEO and owner, remarks on the new design, "The Blizzard Newsletter's primary goal is to provide news that impacts our customers, offering the most current and up-to-date information affecting hospitality internet marketing. We have found that educating our customers fosters good communication and helps us provide higher quality customer service."
Recent survey results have helped shape the new format and delivery of information. Many survey respondents reported a desire to have some "back to the basic" internet marketing information included in the newsletter. Blizzard plans to address this foundation of internet marketing and to refresh memories on familiar topics in the coming months.
To add a little levity to the newsletter, Blizz-Toons, a monthly cartoon section, is now included. Another addition soon to be implemented is a "Tech Glossary", for a quick reference of internet terms. In the coming year, the company plans to tackle some of the following topics:
· The Benefits of Belonging to an Association
· Wireless Connection for Properties
· Specialty Lodging - Inns Friendly to the Environment, Pets, etc...
· Pay-Per-Click Search Engines - Are They Right for You?
· Hospitality Trends
Blizzard Internet Marketing, Inc. has provided website design, hosting, and promotion services to the hospitality industry since 1997. The company, owned by Trent and Susan Blizzard, is located in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, and has over 2,500 national and international clients. Blizzard's customer base consists mainly of independently owned hotels, motels, country inns, bed and breakfasts, vacation rentals, and resorts, as well as spas and outdoor adventure companies.
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