Saab History Optimizes Entire Website Presence

Posted on 11. Dec, 2009 by in 2000-2009

12.11.2009

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Saab History Optimizes Entire Web Site Presence

PORTLAND, ME – Saab History has upgraded the entire web site presence spanning every year since the initiative began.

Launched in 2006, this social media information resource has been operating as a traditional RSS feed based blog environment.

As part of a necessary continuation of upgrades since the social media launch took place two months ago, the website now has undergone a complete back end upgrade making it faster, more efficient and current.

Today, visitors to the site should experience a much improved performance increase in the speed of each page and the site as a whole.

“It was critical to the success of the website that the accessibility of the content is optimized and ready for future technological enhancements. Saab History is now well positioned to meet and exceed these objectives. ”

The site www.saabhistory.com, is owned and managed independently from Saab Automobile, GM and any other affiliates

CONTACT(S):

Ryan Emge, Editor, Historian & Promoter
New England, USA

Saab History – Past, Present & Future

E-mail: info@saabhistory.com
Web : http://www.saabhistory.com
RSS: http://www.saabhistory.com/feed/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Saab-History/155470094884?ref=nf
twitter: @saabhistory
YouTube : http://www.youtube.com/user/saabhistor

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  1. Ted Y

    12. Dec, 2009

    Seems to be a noticeable improvement in responsiveness. Good move.

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  2. Ryan

    13. Dec, 2009

    Ted,

    Thank you! It was about time! 🙂

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  3. Peter Gilbert

    14. Dec, 2009

    I use Opera 10.1 browser with Windows 7 on Roadrunner and the site is warpspeed on the Autobahn!

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  4. david

    15. Dec, 2009

    Loads much faster on a slow machine

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  5. Ryan

    15. Dec, 2009

    David,

    Great to hear! No new machine necessary. 🙂

    Best,

    Ryan

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