Quincy, MA (PRWEB) February 23, 2006
As the Internet becomes more crowded and more polluted by scholarship scams and junk information, students, parents, and families find themselves overwhelmed by the sheer number of scholarship opportunities, real or fake, online. The Financial Aid Podcast, a publication of the Student Loan Network, is pleased to offer the Scholarship Search Secrets e-Book to subscribers of the Financial Aid Podcast for free. The 14 page e-Book explains how to use popular search engines such as Google to located valid, up to date scholarships online with minimal effort.
"Each day on the Financial Aid Podcast, we generally talk about a new scholarship online, or a new way of searching for scholarships, and we've assembled the best tips we've found into a concise, powerful guidebook. A lot of the services generally regarded as scams charge fifty or a hundred dollars for the same information, but we're giving our book away to our subscribers as a token of our thanks for listening," said Financial Aid Podcast host and producer, Christopher S. Penn.
"Subscribing to the Financial Aid Podcast is easy. Despite the name, you don't need an iPod or any portable MP3 player to listen, though they're convenient. You can listen right on your computer, or even burn them to CDs and listen to them in the car or wherever you want to. We recommend using Apple Computer's free iTunes software, available at iTunes.com, to receive podcasts, and then visit our web site, http://www.FinancialAidPodcast.com and click on the purple 'Add to iTunes' button to subscribe. The free e-Book will also appear in subscribers' iTunes listing. Subscribing is the best way to listen to podcasts - that way, you never miss an episode," remarked Mr. Penn.
The Financial Aid Podcast e-Book is available for free to subscribers of the Financial Aid Podcast and is downloaded alongside regular episodes of the show. Mr. Penn also commented, "Subscribers to the Financial Aid Podcast will also receive regular updates in the show, such as newly discovered search terms or new sites to use in their quest for financial aid. It's like having a financial aid counselor at your side every weekday morning."
For more information or to subscribe to the Financial Aid Podcast, visit http://www.FinancialAidPodcast.com or contact Christopher S. Penn at FinancialAidPodcast@GMail.com by email. The Financial Aid Podcast is a publication of the Student Loan Network (http://www.StudentLoanNetwork.com) and is broadcasted in Quincy, Massachusetts.