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To celebrate hitting the milestone of 50K scuba-diving subscribers, popular digital media creators Divers Ready! have launched their brand-new website.

The new website is a complete resource for scuba divers new, experienced or profes- sional, looking for fun and educational digital content. Divers Ready!’s video content library is easily accessible, categorized and searchable throughout the site. There are videos for new divers looking for beginner tips, dive professionals looking for tools for teaching or career advice, and scuba divers in general looking for dive gear review videos. Technical divers and underwater photographers are also well-catered for.

The search bar helps divers narrow down content they are specifically interested in. For example, a simple search for the term ‘Nitrox’ brings forward dozens of video options, from ‘When To Choose Nitrox Over Air’ to ‘Advanced Nitrox Course: Is It For You?’

Making Divers Ready! user-friendly

“We wanted to keep the layout as clean, crisp and modern as possible, and for our content to be easily navigable,” says James Blackman, the knowledge broker and personality in front of the camera. “We also wanted to shy away from the recipe-blog cliché where
you have to scroll through someone’s life story before you get to the content you came for! It was important for our content to sit front and centre at the top of each page.”

Divers Ready! has been supporting the dive industry through the tough last three years by the consistent release of their inspirational video content. The aim of each weekly video, which launch on their YouTube channel on Mondays at 06:30ET, is to inspire and educate divers, helping them stay in the sport longer.

Mark Evans
Mark Evans
Scuba Diver's Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. 30-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.

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