Industry News | 12-24-2018
Direct Contact, Inc. Launches Updated Website
Direct Contact, Inc. is inviting contractors, clients, and the general public to explore its newly updated website. The new website has been designed to offer the ultimate user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality. The site also contains integrated social media buttons for interaction with DCI on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.Direct Contact, Inc. is inviting contractors, clients, and the general public to explore its newly updated website. The new website has been designed to offer the ultimate user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality. The site also contains integrated social media buttons for interaction with DCI on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Created with the user experience in mind, the site includes a new menu navigation bar feature for quick and easy navigation. Mobile users will also discover a new browsing experience thanks to an updated responsive layout, maximizing navigation on both smart phones and tablets.
"The DCI website is our platform for sharing how we put the Right people in the Right place at the Right time. The new website design is a showcase of our more than twenty-one years as the agriculture industry's top provider of temporary ag professionals in the U.S. The website continues to allow us to provide personalized content and support to our contractors and clients, with a modernized design that is interactive across all user platforms. We are pleased that the new website will allow our users to get results, faster and more consistently than ever before", said Sarah Burtch, Recruiting Manager and Director of Online Marketing and Social Media.
New visitors to the site are reminded that they will need to clear their cache and history on both their internet browser and mobile devices to successfully view the new site. Visitors will also need to ensure that they are using the following web address:
http://www.directcontact.com (Note no "s" after http).
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