Secret Sydney has launched a new ‘mobile friendly’ website www.secretsydney.info to showcase the directory of Sydney nightclubs they feature. 

Sydney, NSW, Australia, September 25, 2015 /PressReleasePing/ – Secret Sydney has just launched a new website to showcase the array of night clubs on offer in Sydney Australia. The owners have seen the need to keep at the leading edge of technology to keep in touch with users of the directory and assist with future promotions.

Mr Tommy Cairns, marketing manager said, “we did in-depth surveying of the existing client base to arrive at a website solution which suited the range of individual client needs, in order to deliver the most effective visitor portal.”  He went on to say, “We found that the directory visitors have broad customer interests from a wide New South Wales geographic base, so the new website developer needed to take this also into consideration in their design”

Secret Sydney features clubs across Sydney City and its surrounding suburbs.  The maps functionality interface incorporated needed to be robust for ease of viewing on all mobile and tablet devices.

Mr Samuals, consultant web designer for Secret Sydney said “our team of exceptional professionals worked hard to incorporate all the technical aspects required for gaining the ‘Mobile Friendly’ status.” He stated, “Each of the new website functions deliver an outstanding customer service experience. This is backed up by state of the art hosting technology that has been employed to cope with the growing flow of organic traffic visiting the site.”

The new website is a reflection of the commitment of Secret Sydney’s management to staying abreast of the fast pace of changing technology. They are pleased with user experience feedback already received on how comprehensive it is, from existing and new customers recently visiting the site while it was being beta tested.

You are invited to visit the new directory website here: http://www.secretsydney.info

Contact
Mr Tommy Cairns
Secret Sydney
Sydney, NSW, Australia