HomeToys.com rolled out its new look website today and formally announced the launch of its sister online publication AVSystemsMag.com. The new eMagazine has a greater focus on Commercial AV, Automation and Digital Signage.
San Diego, California, March 1st, 2012 - HomeToys.com, a leading Home Technology and Automation eMagazine, went live today with a freshly revamped website. The new look is designed with increased white space and easier to navigate features that will improve the reader's overall experience. Not to worry though, it's 16 years of archived articles, news and product information remains intact. It's just easier to find.
Along with the revamped look for HomeToys, the developers also formally announced the launch of their newest eMagazine, AVSystemsMag.com. Following the same mission and format as its sister publication AVSystemsMag.com will have a stronger focus on the Commercial side of AV & Automation as well as the digital signage industry.
HomeToys and AVSystemsMag are published by LJB Management Inc. of San Diego, CA. LJB is a pioneer in the Industry eMagazine concept with 2 other popular technology publications, AltEnergyMag.com & RoboticsTomorrow.com. Bob Hetherington, chief editor and founder of LJB Management, had this to say about the launch of AVSystemsMag.com. "We've always been looking ahead to the next industry breakthrough with our publications. In 1996 HomeToys led the way into online publishing about the Home Technology industry with HomeToys.com. Over the last few years Commercial AV & Digital Signage has seen tremendous growth and we felt like this topic now warranted its own space."
To view the new site visit: http://www.AVSystemsMag.com
Publishing an eMagazine since 1996 HomeToys.com has grown into a highly regarded news and information source for Home Technology & Consumer Electronics. As an official Google News Source and with well over 150,000 monthly visitors, HomeToys.com is a premier go-to information source for all facets of the HomeTech industry. With in-depth content and vast archives, HomeToys.com brings the industry directly to the desktops of industry insiders from around the globe.