The Much-Awaited Website for Page Scroller is Finally Launched

Page Scroller recently launched its much-awaited website for hosting content related to activities like fishing, hunting etc. They will also introduce other segments for outdoor activities which will provide extremely helpful information to the respective activity enthusiasts including detailed descriptions of related equipment and accessories.

Snevringevagen, Sweden - December 6, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Page Scroller recently launched its much-awaited website for hosting content related to outdoor activities. The domain will cover hunting and fishing as the beginning sections. It is also slated to introduced other outdoor activities, and cover information related to the use of accompanying accessories.

To successfully give it a kickstart, it also revealed a list of best performing trolling motor batteries in 2019. It will be extremely useful for fishing enthusiasts who use trolling motors for the purpose. The revelation closely followed the introduction of valuable tips one should consider before buying these batteries.

With this introduction, Pagescroller hopes to assist people in choosing the right trolling motor battery with specific suitability for their purpose and environment. These recent initiatives fall in line with its plans to gain higher readership from traditional fishers and fishing enthusiasts.

An equally enthusiastic announcement followed the website launch that they would also reveal information related to other equipment used for fishing. Additionally, they plan to introduce a newer section on their website that would deal with hunting equipment and accessories. It will assist hunters in selecting the right kind of equipment and match it with the right accessories.

The spokesperson for Page Scroller said, “We understand that there’s a host of equipment options available for fishermen and hunters which confuses them. Thus, we will continue providing content from time to time to help them choose a suitable one.”

Furthermore, they are also planning to release content in the form of tips and tricks to handle specific situations. Expectations are that this list would include climbing, forest camping, adventure travels, riding, gliding, surfing, and many more. They plan to include these activities one by one under different tabs and host related valuable advice on their newly launched website

Additionally, they also revealed that they would be hosting a list of useful equipment and accessories, linking them to ecommerce sites. A person willing to purchase them can simply click on the product link and purchase from there. It will thus effectively reduce their hassle of opening another tab and search for the product on different websites.

Besides, they also plan to tie up with some renowned informational websites to improve the description quality for chosen products. It will help the readers gain a better understanding of the equipment functionality. They will also be useful for the newbies who have recently developed a liking for these outdoor activities.

The launch of a website for Page Scroller, along with other valuable announcements will help bring them considerable readership from the beginning. It will also help to bring them among the elite online information sources in the outdoor activities segment.

About the Company
Page Scroller is a distinguished entity that recently launched its website to host content for outdoor activity enthusiasts. It provides information related to equipment and accessories useful for activities like fishing and hunting. It also provides a direct purchase option on its website for these products with a single click. Other useful information that it hosts includes a list of boats of different sizes and buyer’s guides.

Contact Info:
Name: Magnus Sellén
Email: Send Email
Organization: Mech
Address: Snevringevagen 53f

Source URL:

Source: MarketersMedia

Release ID: 456165

More News From Thailand Tribunal

Thai government lifts politics bans ahead of polls

Dec 15, 2018

BANGKOK — Thailand's military government on Tuesday lifted a ban on political activities it imposed when it seized power in a coup more than four years ago, an action taken in preparation for elections promised for early next year. Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha invoked a special executive power with publication in the Royal Gazette of the order easing several restrictions that were set after the army seized power from an elected government in May 2014. The order included the lifting of a ban on political gatherings of more than five people that the ruling junta has used as one of...

Thai court extends detention of refugee sought by Bahrain

Dec 15, 2018

BANGKOK — A Thai court ruled Tuesday that a soccer player who holds refugee status in Australia can be held for 60 days pending the completion of an extradition request by Bahrain, the homeland he fled four years ago on account of alleged political persecution and torture. Hakeem al-Araibi, who was detained Nov. 27 upon entry at Bangkok's main airport, was denied release on bail during his court appearance. Thai officials said he was originally held on the basis of a notice from Interpol in which Bahrain sought his custody because he had been sentenced in absentia in 2014 to...

Death of young Thai kickboxer brings focus on dangers

Dec 15, 2018

BANGKOK — The sight of two preteen boys pummeling each other with fists, elbows, knees and feet as a boisterous crowd shouts wagers at each other is considered good, clean sport in Thailand. However, the death earlier this month of a 13-year-old Muay Thai contender may push forward changes to protect other youngsters in Thai kickboxing. Anucha Tasako died of a brain hemorrhage two days after he was knocked out in a bout on Nov. 10, his 174th match in a career that began at age 8. His death was a fluke, said some of the sport's boosters. They said...

Experts weigh the record of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge tribunal

Dec 15, 2018

BANGKOK — After spending nine years and more than $300 million to prosecute leaders of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge responsible for the deaths of 1.7 million of their countrymen, a U.N.-assisted tribunal has ended up convicting only three people for the communist group's heinous actions. Was it worth it? These kinds of proceedings don't run cheap. The longer-running tribunals covering genocide in Rwanda and war crimes in the former Yugoslavia ran up costs of as much as $2 billion — though both tried many more people than were called to account in Cambodia for crimes committed during the 1975-79 regime of...

UN finds 486 million in Asia still hungry, progress stalled

Dec 15, 2018

BANGKOK — A United Nations report says some 486 million people are malnourished in Asia and the Pacific and progress in alleviating hunger is stalling. The report by the Food and Agricultural Organization released Friday said more than half of all children in the world who are malnourished live in the region. It says hunger-related stunting that causes permanent damage is being worsened by food insecurity and inadequate sanitation, even in big cities in relatively affluent countries. It says the main reason people still go hungry is poverty and unequal access to good food, clean water and toilets. Many who...

About Us

Thailand Tribunal is the country’s next generation of digital news portal, bringing you non-stop news on the happenings in the country and all over the world.

Contact us: sales[at]