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NH tourism site gets mobile makeover

Posted by Paul Kandarian  February 20, 2012 07:08 AM

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New Hampshire's tourism site, www.visitnh.gov, just had a makeover to add features for users of smart phones, said Tai Freligh, communications manager for tourism. He said modern travelers rely more on mobile technology and the Internet to book travel plans and that the makeover puts the tourism website "in better alignment" with the capabilities of today's communication devices.

The new stuff includes a much more interactive experience, he said, with touch-screen capabilities and larger, user-friendly buttons. Key features of the mobile website include the ability to search for lodging, dining and attractions; events listings; local resources, maps and directions; international traveler info; and seasonal NH wallpapers.

Tourism folks want your feedback, Freligh said. Check out the state's tourism site on your smart phone and let them know what you think on the site's new "Contact Us" page.

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