(The Hosting News) – The Internet Alliance (IA), the leading advocacy organization of Internet policy professionals, announced today a major membership drive and the launch of an exciting website: www.internetalliance.org.
IA Executive Director Tammy Cota said: “The IA is a well-known and trusted voice in statehouses from Boston to Sacramento. This dramatic website redesign will improve our online presence, better serve existing members, attract new members and more efficiently deliver our message to policy makers and the media.”
Cota continued: “The benefits of an IA membership are well established as we have been serving members in the states for 20 years. This summer we will launch a two-pronged campaign: We plan to broaden our base and attract new members from all sectors of the online community: We plan to improve the way we deliver our message to make it easier for lawmakers and policy makers to hear from our members. This website redesign is the first step in this process.”
The Internet Alliance’s mission is to promote consumer confidence and trust in the Internet so it can remain the premier marketing medium of this century. To achieve this, Cota explained, “we try to educate state legislators about the complexities and possibilities of the Internet so they can make informed policy decisions that benefit and protect industry and consumers.”
The new and improved website clearly outlines the benefits of joining the IA which includes a variety of advocacy, networking, and information services that even the most successful company should not attempt to perform alone. It allows potential members to signup online to join or request more information.
The website also provides members easy access to the organization’s legislative tracking service, KSE FOCUS, the state government affairs and communications firm that provides monitoring and reporting of legislation of importance to IA members in all 50 states.
“The Internet Alliance prides itself on unparalleled service to its members,” said Cota. “Members and their advocacy needs are always our first priority.”