Bankrupting America Launches New Website
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BANKRUPTING AMERICA LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE
Website Re-Design Provides One Stop Shop For
Economic Facts That Affect Americans’ Pocketbooks
Arlington, VA – Bankrupting America, a project of Public Notice, today launched a new and improved website at www.bankruptingamerica.org. The redesigned site is cutting-edge and user-friendly and provides a unique, state-of-the-art sorting mechanism that will give users the exact content and facts that they are searching for in timely manner.
“The competition for people’s attention online is intense and combined with constant news from traditional sources, it can be an intimidating amount of information to wade through. We know that, and we know that people are busy, so our goal in creating this website was to create an easy to navigate, one stop shop for the economic facts that affect Americans’ pocketbooks,” said Ben Brophy, New Media Director of Public Notice.
[WATCH] Introduction Video HERE
Additional Features include:
Mobile and tablet friendliness
Cutting edge graphic design
Improved navigation and search tools
Dynamic presentation of visual products
Ease and access to share or embed our visual products
About Bankrupting America:
Bankrupting America is Public Notice’s educational project that explores the policies hindering economic opportunity and growth in America. The project focuses on the causes of the country’s current economic downturn and the future implications of careless policy-making. This project is about finding solutions to the economic problems that concern all Americans. We’ll examine any proposal that could improve the financial well being of the country and its citizens, regardless of which political party promotes it.
To interview Ben Brophy, please contact Kate Pomeroy or Victoria Coley
at 571-970-6490 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Notice is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit, 501(c)(4) organization dedicated to providing the facts and insights on the effects public policy has on Americans’ financial well being.