Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) July 05, 2012
CollegeOnline.org, a virtual online college concierge, today has officially launched its brand-new, redesigned website. The new launch features better usability, robust college guides, multimedia, a renovated online schools section, and a revamped college blog. These new additions were added to improve the experience visitors of CollegeOnline.org have, while bringing prospective students one step closer to their college of choice.
“Our team at CollegeOnline.org has worked tirelessly for some time to create a one-stop shop for students looking for customized post-secondary options. We are proud of all of the hard work that has been executed and hope that our visitors will benefit from our new improvements,” says Allie Freeland, Editor-in-Chief and Director of Marketing Communications at CollegeOnline.org.
The CollegeOnline website remains at http://www.CollegeOnline.org and incorporates a fresh appearance and better usability, which will appeal to website visitors looking to learn more about distance learning. Within the new site, online school information is readily available and easy to navigate. Additionally, the augmented online college blog section offers inforgraphics and articles on careers, education paths, and college success strategies. All-round, the new site will better serve up information for prospective online college students, so they don’t have to do the heavy lifting when it comes to researching schools and online degrees.
Visit College Online’s new website and discover for yourself the path to career success.
About College Online, LLC
CollegeOnline.org serves as the starting point for your college admission, saving you time and headaches during your search to find the perfect online college program. We have a large network of more than 100 online college and universities to choose from, and more than 2,000 online degree programs to fit your career goals. With access to “how to” guides, financial aid information, and other college material, this site serves to educate those looking for post-secondary school information. Visit http://www.CollegeOnline.org now, and request information at no cost or obligation to you.