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LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:

We are a start up company in the education space. Were launching a web site that matches potential students with online degree programs and courses, based on their needs and interests. Our content includes an extensive database of programs and courses on a wide variety of subjects. The goal of the site is to help students find the best fit for them, whether its finding an affordable certificate program that will help them launch a new career to finishing up their bachelors degree online. In addition, well write helpful articles on key topics in distance learning, such as gauging employer feedback on online degrees; well rank programs on a variety of criteria, such as online MBA programs that cost less than $10,000 a year; and well provide helpful tools, such as an accreditation checker that shows if and how a school or program is accredited.

HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:

A logo for this site, GreatDegree.com. Our tagline will be "Improve your future to a great degree."

We prefer blues and greens. We want a logo that can work online and offline.

OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:

The average age of online students is 29, compared with an average age of 26 among all undergraduates. A majority of the students are at the undergraduate level (associates and bachelors degrees) and employed full-time while working on their degree. A little over half of the students are married and the majority own their own home. Most of the students plan to complete their degree online but are taking fewer than six credits currently. They are also new to online programs with the majority having taken fewer than three classes previously. Forty-four percent of the students have a graduate-level goal of doctorate or masters degree.

Online students are also more likely to be femalewomen constitute 63 percent of online students vs. 57 percent of all undergraduates. And students taking classes online are disproportionately independent. Of the independent students, 58 percent of those enrolled online had at least one child.

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