Leading personal statement essay coaching service, IvyResearch.Com, launches it's free essay outline and excerpt service request page on Facebook. Facebook users need only join the fan page and post their request along with biographic information. IvyResearch.Com will then produce a free essay outline and essay excerpt based on the biographic data.
Online PR News – 23-September-2010 – – Join the newly launched fan page at Facebook, and get easy access to essay samples and other services offered by IvyResearch, provider of topnotch essay development solutions.
Santa Cruz, CA,September 20 2010 –Now, you can get a sample of your college application essay from IvyResearch and be on Facebook at the same time. IvyResearch.com, one of the trusted names on the web when it comes to essay development solutions, launches its free essay outline and excerpt page at Facebook. You only need to check out the page http://www.facebook.com/pages/Free-Admission-Essay-Assistance/119359794785648 to see how easy it is to get your very own personal statement examples and enjoy your favorite Facebook apps at the same time.
Joining the fan page
Incoming college freshmen and even graduate studies applicants can now easily get an excerpt and outline of their own customized sample essay through their Facebook accounts. All they need to do is to log in to Facebook, search for the IvyResearch fan page http://www.facebook.com/pages/Free-Admission-Essay-Assistance/119359794785648, and become a member of the fan page by clicking on the "Like" button.
After becoming a member of the fan page, fans can start posting a request for their essay outline and excerpt. A linkto the completed sample will be consequently posted on the fan page for easy verification and review. Since only samples will be provided, fans should not expect a full-length college application essay. An essay sample will merely consist of an excerpt as well as an outline. Through the excerpt provided, IvyResearch fans or clients will be able to get an idea as to how the essay will turn out. The outline provided will also showcase which details will be included in the essay, or which information will be highlighted and given due focus.
This fan page is designed to give students, graduate students, and college applicants with easier access to the essay development services offered by IvyResearch.com. Just by clicking on a web page, interested fans can check out their very own essay samples through a well-crafted excerpt and detailed outline. Best of all, this essay sample is offered for free. For the samples, there are no fees, no start-up payments involved.
Easy access to essay solutions through Facebook
As of June 2010, Facebook has more than 500 million active users, with the majority of these active users adding friends, sending messages, joining networks, and becoming members of various fan pages. It has been ranked by Compete.com on June 2009 as the social networking with the highest number of active users per month, with MySpace coming in second. On May 2010 alone, Facebook was able to secure 130 million unique visitors, which translates to 8.6 million added users. IvyResearch has tapped into this opportunity provided by the social networking site and have come up with their very own fan page.
IvyResearch.com provides essay development services to clients such as students, graduates, and university applicants, all over the world. According to Carly Michaelson, IvyResearch.com consultant, "the services provided by IvyResearch are designed to help their clients organize their respective essays into compelling pieces, highlighting the unique facets of their life experiences, so they can rise above the competition and improve their chances of getting accepted at the preferred schools."
With the newly launched Free Essay Sample page, prospective IvyResearch clients and fans can easily get an excerpt and an outline of their essays, and use their favorite social networking site at the same time.
IvyResearch.Com is a leading provider of custom admissions essay development and research services for applicants to college, law school, medical school, graduate school, and MBA programs. They help applicants create attention-grabbing, insightful essays from often confusing personal and academic information.