Bradenton, FL (PRWEB) July 06, 2011
An unconventional online education module that teaches clients the fundamentals of online commerce and basic business management, Consumer Finance Reviews has long marketed itself to niche populations. Earlier this year, the company announced an initiative to attract senior citizens, citing its ease of use and its flexibility as proof of its appeal to retired persons looking for extra activity or supplemental income. Now, Consumer Finance Reviews announces a separate drive to summon the interest of an entirely different community—college students.
A statement from Consumer Finance Reviews observed that, for the purposes of this business, the two communities are really not so different. Both senior citizens and college students are frequently on the lookout for supplemental income—not necessarily a full-time job, but something relatively easy to come by. Additionally, the statement noted that college students, like retired persons, are typically interested in income sources that allow for flexibility in schedule.
These points are actually the foundation on which Consumer Finance Reviews has built its reputation. Company representatives note that Consumer Finance Reviews is erroneously lumped in with online “moneymaking” enterprises, but in reality it sees itself as an educational endeavor. The program offers clients a crash course in the fundamentals of online business, implementing both a series of tutorial videos and access to a team of coaches, present to offer instruction and advice.
The point of the enterprise is that customers come out the other side of the program with their own small online business—something that is managed easily from home. The decision to market to college students is based on a combination of factors, specifically the service’s in-home accessibility and the fact that it can be managed with a minimal time commitment.
The makers of Consumer Finance Reviews are quick to note that they are not marketing a “get rich quick scheme” to college students. Rather, they say they are offering an opportunity for students on a tight schedule to earn some extra “pizza money” and support themselves financially.