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New Website for Insects Limited

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The company's website, www.insectslimited.com, has a new modern look andis more user friendly.

| October 5, 2010

WESTFIELD, Ind. — Insects Limited recently launched a new design and structure for its website, www.insectslimited.com. The look is modern and user friendly. With the changes, navigation will be easier for those who are in search of information on stored product insects or would like to purchase pheromones.

“The new look is clean and focuses on our company motto – Start with the insect first,” commented Insects Limited Owner, David Mueller. “This is our focus and the website helps the user research this through the wealth of information that we have on the newly designed site.”
Along with recreating the homepage, detailed technical sheets on several different common stored product pests were added. In addition, an archive of Insects Limited’s quarterly newsletter, Fumigants & Pheromones, isavailable to browse. Interested readers may also sign up there to receive this informative newsletter via email.

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