June 26, 2013 in Announcements (E)
[prMac.com] Chengdu, China - Digiarty Software, Inc., a creative multimedia software company that is popular with young people, recently announced the openings of summer job for high school and college students in summer vacation 2013. It is for the first time that Digiarty offers part time summer job for campus students to help them make money online from home. Besides, its top sellers including DVD Ripper for Mac and HD Video Converter for Mac are also designated as eligible for sale.
It is reported that the number of teenagers who search for part time summer jobs in their summer vacation has been growing over the years. More and more high school and college students turn to internet for summer job opportunities and expect to make extra money online. So, Digiarty brings its affiliate and reseller programs, and opens a door for them to get insight to the digital business.
"We encourage high school and college students to take part time job in summer vacations." Said Jack, CEO of Digiarty Software, Inc., "For one thing, they can make extra money through their own efforts. For another, it is important life experience for them to better understand the real world."
The summer jobs offered by Digiarty don't require related work experience or fixed office work. All you need is a website or blog to place and recommend the company's Video Audio software. You can just stay at home to make money online while enjoying your summer vacations.
Established in 2006, Digiarty Software, Inc. is a professional developer and publisher of games and multimedia software for Windows, Mac OS, iOS, Sony PSP, PS3, Xbox, Droid platforms and devices. Aimed at being the best digital media company, Digiarty is devoted to continuous development and providing their customers advanced products and best services. Digiarty affiliate program aims at helping bloggers and website owners grow revenues online. Copyright (C) 2006-2013 Digiarty Software, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod, iPad and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.