The Sunglass Fix Launches New Website With Dedicated Server and Improved Search Capability
New South Wales, Australia (PRWEB) March 18, 2014
The Sunglass Fix, leading replacement lenses manufacturer and distributor, launched a new website in early 2014. Marketing Manager and CEO Craig Anderson teamed up with a technical team and graphic designer to improve the site's speed and search capabilities.
The Sunglass Fix purchased a dedicated server allowing for faster navigation for the new website launch. The new site will be faster, easier to navigate, and will include a feature that predicts likely search items to help customers. With it, they will be able to "Find their exact sunglass replacement lenses model to quickly, and easily order lenses," says Anderson. "We also have included Paypal Express at checkout so a customer can order a new set of lenses with only four clicks of a mouse!"
Anderson explains that they ordered the updates and re-launch in order to enhance the customer service experience. "This is the second iteration of our website for our business, so it's very exciting for us to have improved the overall website in every facet. The new website complies with all of Google's latest algorithm changes. We've also added new content for the Australian website," he says. Co-owner Lainie Anderson adds that, "It's a big milestone, completely re-energizing our website to create a better user experience. The new fast speed, combined with easy instructions and an easy-to-use predictive search, means ordering replacement lenses is easier and less confusing for our customers."
The Sunglass Fix manufactures tens of thousands of different replacement lenses for sunglasses. All lenses are made and shipped from Australia; the Sunglass Fix offers free shipping on all purchases.
The Sunglass Fix can ship polarized replacement lenses anywhere on the globe and shipping is free. With over 25,000 lenses to choose from, they have the world's largest selection including Ray Ban replacement lenses, Oakley replacement lenses, Revo, Prada and Arnette that can be easily installed into existing frames. The end result is a new way to protect one's investment in quality eyewear while at the same time saving money and considerable time.
The Sunglass Fix is located in Ocean Shores in New South Wales, Australia. For more information about products and services, visit http://www.thesunglassfix.com or call 530-562-4800.