Spotya! Media Reaches Out to Community Through Education and Technology
MURRIETA, Calif, June 7, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Spotya! Media isn't just a web design company. They believe in helping their clients complete the sales cycle and maximize their return on their investment via marketing campaigns and search engine optimization programs. But that's not all. Spotyamedia.com is reaching out to the community through web development and design.
Spotya! has recently created a cutting-edge website for College Prep High School, a new charter school in Hemet, California. CPHS offers a rigorous curriculum allowing students to take courses through the local junior college while gaining high school and college credits. Once launched, the website will offer students and parents the ability to shop at the school store, download important forms, and access Project Foundry, an Internet platform for project-based learning.
"Spotya web design is a strong supporter of education. We believe in the importance of investing in our future...our children. We are very happy to be a part of what College Prep High School is doing in regards to helping students get a quality education while moving toward the goal of going to college. We will continue to update the website according to the school's growth and needs."
Spotya! Media offers a bevy of services including but not limited to: web design, SEO and online marketing, social media and video services, copy writing, pay per click campaigns, website analysis and data management. They have designed sites for a wide variety of businesses which include a strawberry farm, cash advance lender, solar energy specialist and of course...a high school.
Spotya! Media's dynamic group of professionals are committed to making your online presence known. Whether we build the site or not. Each player on the Spotya! team brings a necessary ingredient to the successful promotion of your business.
CONTACT: Laura Solomon, 1.877.689.2669, email@example.com
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