DDC Advocacy Launches New Online Presence Website Reinforces Firm's Expansion and Rise in the Marketplace
WASHINGTON, June 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, DDC Advocacy(DDCA) announced the dynamic redesign and re-launch of its corporate website at http://www.ddcadvocacy.com. It's the entry of a fresh new look and user-centric functionality that emphasizes the firm's offering of unique advocacy-focused technologies and expertise.
DDC Advocacy's new website is an elegant and layered virtual peek inside the DC-based agency. At a time of significant expansion for the firm, the site also offers quick and easy access to essential information about DDC Advocacy's offerings.
"It's the culmination of considerable brainstorming and hard work, putting some of our firm's greatest talent into one room and unleashing it – just as we do for clients," said B.R. McConnon, the company's CEO. "Our new site also offers current and prospective clients a true DDCA experience. There is brand new technology driving it, enhanced functionality and ease of navigation, but most importantly, it presents a clearer picture of who we are and what we do. Getting the message through is our mission, and we employ whatever media that best serves that objective."
In an effort to contribute to the public discourse on a broad range of subjects, the firm's thought leaders and experts will be posting to the DDC Advocacy blog "Insights and Opinion" weekly. The site will also be updated regularly to include news of events, product releases, and new content.
DDCA was established in 1996 to design, implement and manage advocacy campaigns utilizing cutting-edge technology. Today DDCA offers strategy, campaign management, social media and Internet technology to its corporate, association and non-profit clients to impact the views and actions of public officials, consumers and corporate audiences. DDCA's clients include many of the Fortune 500, major trade associations and non-profit organizations, all of which count on DDC Advocacy to engage and guide communities of advocates to impact policy and win public debates.
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