Dublin, Ireland (PressExposure) July 08, 2007 -- Since the beginning of the year, the Internet portal insurance-betterdeals.com offers a range of insurance deals from different sectors and providers. The portal's aim is to provide its users with a complete overview over current insurance offers on one single website.
In the past, consumers had to visit various websites to get informed about all kinds of available offers. This often led to the experience of informational overload during the process of navigation, as most of the sites bear an individual structure, which makes it difficult to orientate and compare conditions. Therefore, people often preferred the hassle in the streets when visiting stationary insurance retailers to the electronic confusion on the Internet.
Although it costs more effort to visit or call stationary retailers to compare their conditions, the electronic alternative seemed less attractive. Designing insurance-betterdeals.com in one single format, the developers are convinced by their capability of facilitating the process of orientation and comparison on the Internet. All the provided information and offers appear in a simple structure that is supposed to be as easily accessible as a human conversation.
On the upper part of each site, the navigation menu shows users various categories, and each of these categories presents a different type of insurance. Behind the corresponding links, users find concise information on each insurance field and get to know what aspects to consider when choosing certain insurances. Further, different services are compared directly to each other, taking into account consumer preferences and habits.
Additionally, the site contains links that guide users to the providers' sites, making possible the immediate application for a chosen insurance package. According to the portal's marketing department, first user feedbacks show that consumers welcome the site's services, as insurance-betterdeals.com transmits them the comfort of stationary retailers combined with the convenience of Internet shopping without having to leave aside neither service nor comparison means.