Hit A Home Run With DDA

On this day exactly 29 years ago, New York Yankee Dave Winfield became the highest paid Major League Baseball player with an annual salary of $15 million dollars. If you believe a professional athlete should make that much money, then perhaps a 12 time all-star, 7 time Gold Glove Award winner, 6 time Silver Slugger Award, and winner of countless miscellaneous awards including 1990 AL Comeback Player of the Year, 1992 Babe Ruth Award, 1992 Branch Rickey Award and the 1994 Roberto Clemente Award should be deserving of such success.

Nowadays, Alex Rodriguez holds the record for highest paid MLB player with an outrageous annual salary of $26 million a year. By the time his contract is up, he will surpass the $275,000,000 mark. Its no wonder why the New York Yankees won 27 World Series Titles and 40 American League Pennants.

I suppose the classic saying goes: “You get what you pay for.” For the most part, I’d be lying if I told you I didn’t agree with this statement. But what if there was another alternative that provided the same high quality without dishing out astronomical amounts of money? That’s where DDA comes in!

DDA has been offering below market prices to its clients for all digital advertising and marketing services for over 15 years. That’s longer than A-Rod’s major league career. All of our clients expect and receive exceptional service and unparalleled value whether they are major corporation executives or small business owners. We even won some awards ourselves. Out of over 100,00 search marketing firms in the country, we are proud to say that according to Goldline Research’s objective award process, we are among The Top Ten Most Dependable Search Engine Marketing Firms in the U.S. One of our uniquely built websites, www.not-2-late.com, was honored with the Outstanding Achievement Award from OBGYN.net and the Annual Aesculapius Award given by the Health Improvement Institute.

There’s no need to pay more than you have to… come visit our website and hit a home run with DDA today!