Pro Audio Stash launches four new websites - PSNEurope

Pro Audio Stash launches four new websites

UK: The East Sussex-based company has introduced new e-commerce websites into the UK, USA, Australian and Canadian markets, reports David Davies. Pro Audio Stash's current top three sellers are 19-inch rack mount accessories, Gator flight cases and Neutrik connectors.
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UK: The East Sussex-based company has introduced new e-commerce websites into the UK, USA, Australian and Canadian markets, reports David Davies. Pro Audio Stash's current top three sellers are 19-inch rack mount accessories, Gator flight cases and Neutrik connectors.

Pro Audio Stash's new online outlets were built by InFX Solutions and enable shoppers to select 'virulently' from anywhere on the site, move to checkout and purchase (via a 286-bit security encoded purchase area) without the need for registration.

The latest products to be added include a new range of audio, coaxial, power and circular connectors from Neutrik.

"Pro Audio Stash are delighted how well these have taken off because their new sites were able to dedicate a separate page to talk and showcase this new stock, and with the new sites' built-in search optimisation they are number one in Google's natural search - all thanks to our InFX team of developers and sites designs," said Nick Silk, director of InFx Solutions.

Rob Platt, managing director of Pro Audio Stash, tells PSN-e: "Neutrik connectors are well-known as the industry standard for reliability and build quality. Pro Audio Stash has one of the widest and most comprehensive collections of audio connectors available on the web."

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» www.proaudiostash.co.uk
» www.infxsolutions.com

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