UpMarketing Releases Online Quick Learn Videos to Stimulate the Economy

Washington, DC, March 27, 2009 --(PR.com)-- UpMarketing (University Promotion Marketing), a specialist in public relations and Internet promotion marketing for schools has released online access to the public for 114 e-marketing entrepreneur Quick Learn Videos. To pump up the sagging economy in a hurry, the UpMarketing library, it is hoped, will ignite the learning curve of users to new entrepreneurial and e-marketing financial success.

Each video instruction is no longer than five minutes and is grounded solely on getting the job done quickly. UpMarketing Director, LaFonda Oliver-Bowen, expects the instructional videos to bring online businesses to new heights of sophistication and profit. She confirms that with the economy the way it is, "They couldn't come at a more needed time."

According to Oliver-Bowen, the company plans to release new short entrepreneurial net marketing video instructions every month. "People and small business enterprises are looking for ways to maximize their income and to recover, hopefully, what they have recently lost." Oliver-Bowen goes on to say that this gives the novice entrepreneur and seasoned small business alike, a rapid education in developing their individual online businesses to their fullest potential.

"Publishing articles by academics for distribution to the public is our only other outreach program to the public as we specialize in helping organizations maximize their returns, " notes Oliver-Bowen. "However, we saw the online quick learning system as a way for us to help the individual get started with a new venture and a new source of income. This quick learn system takes the new learner from 0 to 60 in nothing flat."

UpMarketing is the public relations and e-marketing arm of Global Academy Online, Inc., and serves the Academy's major divisions including the largest cyber based education think tank in the world, CEFE. "With the economy falling down all around us, there are many who suspect strongly that the Internet will be the savior. Any tools that can help speed up that process are a most welcome sight," notes former financial guru turned eLearning expert, Dr. Fred DiUlus, the CEO and Founder of Global Academy Online, Inc.

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