Back To CourseAdvertising on Study.com
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Welcome to Study.com, where advertisers gain access to motivated student prospects who want to earn a degree or learn new skills.
Study.com consistently delivers the highest quality student prospects in the industry. With millions of visitors per month, Study.com reaches motivated and engaged prospects for every type of education program.
Advertising with us is unique because our website is based off organic traffic. Students are drawn to Study.com because of the content we create. We own all our own media and never use affiliates to generate prospects for our advertisers.
So, how do we do it? Study.com has created over 60,000 guidance & career counseling resources that bring in motivated education seekers through organic search.
Assume a prospective student searches for 'web developer education requirements'. She sees Study.com ranking #1 in the organic search results for this query. She clicks and finds an informative page describing the requirements to become a web developer.
How does this help with advertising?
Our advertising partners are included alongside the content. Prospective students will see your brand as well as the programs and courses you offer that are most related to the prospect's original search.
Prospects that click on your school can either fill out a lead form or be sent directly to your website depending on the type of campaign you choose.
With Study.com you have a trusted partner who will help you reach prospects during a critical phase of their decision making process.
Have any questions or ready to advertise with Study.com?
Please fill the 'Advertise with Us' form on our site or email email@example.com.
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