New Site Attempts to Unravel the Complexities of Getting an Online Degree.
February 08, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Education NewsA native of Huntington, WV, John Higginbotham has been an online entrepreneur since early 1998. He started out with affiliate programs and slowly started to write his own series of E-books and tapes. His goal is to teach average people how to get started on the web either by getting a degree at an accredited online university or succeeding in the various affiliates programs that are sprinkled all over the Internet. He just launched a new site titled “Online Degree Programs” located at http://www.degree-online.info . It is his hope that people will have a much better understanding how the entire process works from start to finish. “There are so many people who do not even know where to begin”, says John. It is with our website that people can become to have a better understanding of the entire process.
The new website explains the various types of online degrees a person can obtain. John has articles and guest columnist every month. He offers a welcoming haven at his website for people wanting to better their lives via the Internet. He decided to create the site after realizing there was a need for this kind of information. There is a growing need for people to understand the process of getting a degree online. There are so many choices and decisions to make it becomes overwhelming at times.
There are so many questions a potential student must ask themselves. They may have many concerns such as "Is the college accredited? Or "Will the credits I earn at this college transfer to a college in my local town?” John attempts to answer all these questions and more at his website.
Among the resources listed for getting a degree online, there also are numerous articles that discuss the entire process. The good and the bad aspects are discussed as well. Among the topics discussed are " How To Pay For Your Online Degree", "Tips on Finding the Best Online Degree Programs" and "Obtaining An Online Bachelor Degree". There are five to ten articles added each week from a guest author. He plans on adding a blog section and user comment area in the near future.