Consolidated Credit: New Spanish-Language Website with Additional Financial Resources and Enriched User Experience
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL – May 27, 2016 – (HISPANICIZE WIRE) – Consolidated Credit relaunches its Spanish-language website http://espanol.consolidatedcredit.org for Hispanics, who represent a growing and thriving segment of the American population. As part of the relaunch, they are hosting an online scavenger hunt. Visitors to the site are asked to find the page that explains the difference between debt management and debt consolidation. More contest information can be found at https://youtu.be/jeHXURbruZY.
The new site provides improved navigation and delivers a consistent user experience across computers, tablets and phones. The new website has maintained its bilingual content so that users can find relevant information in both English and Spanish. “The purpose of the new Spanish-language site is to help users find what they are looking for quickly and effortlessly. It is a reflection of our commitment to client satisfaction regardless of their language preference and excellence in communication,” said Gary Herman.
The Consolidated Credit website relaunch follows the English-language main site upgrade unveiled a year earlier. “To further our success in connecting with Latinos, we decided to re-launch our Spanish-language website using the latest user-friendly reactive technology to provide visually enhanced and interactive Web content,” Herman continued.
Features and enhancements in Consolidated Credit’s new Spanish-language website:
— Reactive technology to meet user needs across all platforms
— Bilingual content to serve users across languages (English and Spanish)
— Improved navigation and a consistent user experience
— New video galleries featuring TV interviews, “Ask the Experts” videos, and client testimonials
— Information on free webinars & seminars. Topics include living debt free, budgeting 101, and homeownership
— Free financial calculators, including credit card debt re-payment, credit score loan cost and debt-to-income ratio calculators.
Visit Consolidated Credit Spanish at http://espanol.consolidatedcredit.org and let us know your thoughts by filling out a short survey.
About Consolidated Credit:
Consolidated Credit <http://www.consolidatedcredit.org> is one of the nation’s largest credit counseling and has helped over 5 million people over more than 20 years with financial issues. Their mission is to assist families throughout the United States in ending financial crisis and solving money management problems through education and professional counseling.