Underground Elephant Launches eDegree.com
Company launches new education leads portal site to drive lead volume, enhance quality, and increase ROI for its clients.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) June 24, 2012
Underground Elephant, a leader in performance-based lead generation, announced today the company has launched their new education leads portal, eDegree.com. The portal is the company´s newest tool driving lead volume for its clients in the education sector.
eDegree.com is the perfect starting point for people looking to further their education. The “College Finder” search tool matches potential students to the school that best suits their needs from over 7,000 online and campus programs across the nation. Users can search for a school or program by location and degree type, as well as view detailed data on schools, including student ratings and reviews and side-by-side school comparisons.
Additionally, eDegree.com is a resource for potential students needing unbiased information on admissions advice, scholarship opportunities, securing financial aid, career paths and more. Ultimately, the portal guides students based on their career goals and matches them with their perfect school. The benefit to clients is high quality inquiries from candidates that are very likely to enroll.
Underground Elephant provides compliant marketing solutions for colleges and universities in both the private and post-secondary educational sectors. The addition of the portal to their services exemplifies a dedication to supporting existing and prospective university clients´ best interests. The company will be showing off eDegree.com at LeadsCon, one of the industry´s largest lead generation conferences.
About Underground Elephant
Underground Elephant is a global, performance-based marketing technology company that specializes in customer acquisition solutions in a wide range of vertical markets. Our proprietary technology platform, NeoKeo 2.0, funnels qualified inquires through data-driven algorithms to maximize client ROI and increase conversion propensity.
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