One change to the site is the distinct separation between the customer-facing content where one can place orders, and the corporate content which includes company history, news, and general information. The corporate content will even have its own URL, http://company.papajohns.com, which will not only keep the customer portion of the site free from information unrelated to ordering, but will also allow those who want to learn more about Papa John’s a one-stop shop for more information.
“Papa John’s consistently strives to make placing an order and learning about our company as convenient and easy as possible,” says Jim Ensign, Vice President of Marketing Communications at Papa John’s. “Our updated Web site will allow those looking for more information the ability to do so with ease; and our customers a more accessible and simpler online ordering experience that will deliver Papa John’s hot, fresh pizza onto the dinner tables faster.”
Along with the new look and feel, visitors will find many additional updates to the redesigned customer site and corporate site including:
* Direct access to Papa John’s international online entities on the corporate site, such as links to Papa John’s United Kingdom, Papa John’s Canada, and Papa John’s Mexico
* Ability to scan Papa John’s menu without signing in
* Shortcuts for logging at www.papajohnsonline.com
The redesigned site comes on the heels of the announcement earlier this year that Papa John’s surpassed $1 billion in cumulative online sales, and the recent launch of mobile web ordering by Papa John’s.
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