NDC Enhancing Web Presence

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ST GEORGE’S, Grenada:
Following the very successful convention last Sunday, the National Democratic Congress has begun to enhance its web presence.

“It is part of the mandate we have coming out of the convention, and that is to use the technology more aggressively and efficiently to make party supporters and Grenadians at large aware of what is happening,” says new Public Relations Officer Arley Gill.

“In the coming months he will announce some bold initiatives and seek to build on the platform that was put in place by my colleague and comrade Vincent Roberts,” he said.

In the last 24 hours, the NDC has established a flickr photostream profile, as well as a youtube channel, and has reactivated its twitter account.

One of the first tweets read: “Excited about the convention. Once again we have showed everybody why we are the only genuinely democratic party in Grenada.”

People can follow the official NDC tweets at twitter.com/ndclive

The first posting on its flickr photostream profile includes more than two dozen high quality photographs from last weekend’s convention.

The URL for the photostream link is www.flickr.com/photos/ndcgrenada/

The youtube channel which has just broadcast Political Leader Tillman Thomas’ after convention impromptu press conference is at www.youtube.com/best4grenada

“I am pleased at the speed which everybody in the PR department of the party has taken up this new challenge, and we all look forward to the further expansion of the areas of communication,” newly elected Chairman Kenrick Fullerton said Wednesday.

“I am told that within a week we will be able to unveil a new full service website, and we also look forward to that,” he added.

“There are a lot of new and exciting things that are going to happen for the party in the coming weeks and months, not only in communication, but in organization and mobilization as well,” Fullerton said.

Gill chimed in: “And some of those will be unveiled on Sunday on the NDC Heartbeat programme on WE FM from 11:30AM.”

Speaking about the issue of its web presence, Gill said: “We have not fought the cyber war well enough, but all of this is about to change.”
Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 July 2011 07:29