The website re-design offers a new and dynamic appeal with eye-catching images of their diamond products. New pages introduce visitors not only to real diamond luxury products, but to the memories and emotional feelings created within them. Visitors will easily see the website's primary topics with multiple browsing and searching capabilities through products, precious moments captured within a diamond, video showcasing products, educational information, and much more.
The website re-design is the first of other upcoming plans that DNA2Diamonds has incorporated into their integrated marketing and social media campaign. “We are excited to unveil our new website," DNA2Diamonds President/CEO Tom Bischoff said. "Our effort to improve on technology is a priority as we endeavor to provide our customers with a pleasing user experience. We are confident that this website re-design will help achieve this objective."
The new website contains:
• Improved Look and Feel - Enhanced images and the new page layouts.
• Enhanced Navigation – Making it easier for viewers to find what they are looking for and know where they are within the web site.
• Blog – A blog within the site has been created so online visitors can read “trending stories” and our thoughts on various topics within this niche’ diamond category, as our visitors come from around the world.
Bischoff also stated, “We invite you to become acquainted with our new website at www.dna2diamond.com. While we are excited to introduce these enhancements, continued improvements are our never ending goal in today’s technological environment.”
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Headquartered in Fort Washington, PA, DNA2Diamonds is a global manufacturer and distributor of eco-friendly laboratory-grown diamonds that are custom created for each customer by using signature carbon taken from the hair or ashes of loved ones, both people and pets. These certified diamonds are physically, chemically, and optically identical to earth-mined diamonds. This technology provides colored diamonds at much lower price than most earth-mined of the same color. Located in St. Petersburg, Russia, the laboratory uses a full-cycle creation process that is fast, easy, secure and environmentally-