An online facelift could go far to raise more awareness of the U.S. Money Reserve. The private distributor of government issued gold, silver and platinum announced it is changing the online look of the company. State of the art photography will enhance the new online design. The new platform will also feature new content, rich texture and an overall great customer buying and educational experience.
The impressive new photos will include pictures of current U.S. Money Reserve President Philip N. Diehl and a robust coin gallery. The bullion distributor hopes to attract many new visitors with the facelift to the online site. It also hopes it can further educate current and future traffic to the website about the potential of buying precious metals.
The new online look will give customers and browsers of the website a more unique and satisfying experience. The new platform also allows the U.S. Money Reserve to create more content suitable to attracting new guests. The customer service experience is one of the target goals of the new ambitious online look. The U.S. Money Reserve wants to make it easier to understand the precious metals category for anyone who browses the site.
Ryan Buchanan, VP of Brand and Creative, says the new look will allow the U.S. Money Reserve to “further interact with our clients.” Buchanan goes on to say purchasing bullion will now be easier through the storefront site. The customer experience will be enhanced by the ease of the new online portal. Live pricing on gold and silver bullion bars is just one of many attributes the store will offer online. It will give customers the convenience of shopping for precious metals at home. “We now have a fully-responsive tool that allows us to generate quality content across all platforms, ” Buchanan said.
Customers of the site can utilize many site advantages. Browsers can sign up for a free gold information kit. A Knowledge Center is also a state of the art informational depot for insight into common questions about the precious metals market. Customers can also connect for consultations or find out the latest developments and news on the website.