Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada (PRWEB) December 13, 2013
Striving to be at the cutting edge of technology and education delivery, The Centre for Arts and Technology is pleased to release a brand new way for their website visitors to source important information. This innovative delivery will appear to the viewer as a simple blog platform, but upon inspection the visitor will have access to not only a wealth of blog articles, but also webinars, recent and upcoming campus events, videos, ebooks, cheatsheets and images. Viewers can register for upcoming webinars and also have access to an archive of previously aired instructional videos and webinars. Information on-line shows that the majority of webinars are not being viewed live, that most prefer to watch them on their own time. The Centre for Arts and Technology is aware of this trend and plans to make our content accessible to all interested parties whenever it is needed.
The internet is abuzz with terms like content, content marketing, search engine optimization, social media, back linking and engagement. And a shift is occurring towards rewarding sites that offer real, genuine, original content. We at the Centre for Arts and Technology are choosing to be at the forefront of this trend and would like to offer quality content not just to improve our business standing, but to benefit our viewers.
The cyber landscape is awash with diluted information and duplicated content, something The Centre for Arts and Technology is actively working against. We are striving to be different; to provide content that our visitors want to read and share and find true value in. Internet juggernaut Google has reflected this change in its own search algorithms, which have been updated to reflect positively on content with higher social shares. Meaning that what people are actually spending the time viewing and then sharing will rank higher on search results. This is fantastic news for anyone who spends any amount of time online, large or small. We will continue to populate this new content hub with value added materials as they become available from our staff, students and alumni of The Centre for Arts and Technology. Our National Director of Marketing and Admissions Amy Nutt had this to say; “The Centre’s new blog will act as a content hub for all things in the Arts and Technology sector. Servicing both students and industry. This will be a place that everyone will be able to find, articles, news, webinars and videos. All produced by leading industry professionals and cutting edge students.”
The Centre for Arts and Technology delivers fully accredited certificate and diploma programs across a variety of arts and technology disciplines. The Kelowna campus features two contemporary recording studios and a film production studio, in addition to extensive digital video, photography, motion graphics, digital media, digital effects, fashion design, and animation labs.