Waves: SurferToday follows six water sports since 2007

SurferToday has debuted a new website developed by Zalox.com.

Almost seven years after going online, SurferToday is opening a new page in its history. With nearly 10,000 articles and richful surfing content, the new website promises to keep SurferToday as a leading world surfing news source, read in over 220 countries.

"SurferToday is currently one of the most reliable surfing news websites in the world. We've managed to build a solid network of contacts in the water sports community, from the local club to the international level," explains Luis Madureira Pinto, founder of SurferToday.com.

"Every day, we wake up wanting to get from good to great, with the precious feedback from our daily readers. Fortunately, we've been growing steadily in last seven years, too."

The new website was developed by Zalox.com, a young and talented multimedia and communications agency based in Europe. Their work was critical, as they had to port the previous database into the new online mobile world of smartphones and tablets.

"SurferToday's new website was an exciting challenge. Our design and engineering team worked closely with Luis to build an intelligent interface for wave sports enthusiasts", adds Francisco Cardoso, CEO at Zalox.com.

"We all decided to keep it simple. SurferToday is known for its rich content, so we opted for simplifying the 'read-watch-listen' factor. We're quite happy with the final result, and we hope visitors fully enjoy it, too."

SurferToday is currently following six wave and water sports: surfing, kiteboarding, windsurfing, bodyboarding, skimboarding and wakeboarding. The website founded in 2007 also showcases the largest online collection of surf movies and surf books.

SurferToday.com will upgrade and review its main content to improve readers' experience throughout 2014. All advertisers should update their Google Adwords campaigns to the new ad formats.