Website Announces Free Trial Promo for Student Loan & Government Contracts

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MyGovWatch.com, which tracks government and student loan collection services purchasing nationally, is now offering an unprecedented, limited-time promotion for new clients through December 31st.  Any company that signs a trial contract to access the website for the month of December will receive three user licenses for the price of one, and the month of December will be free of charge.

This promotion comes just weeks after ARM industry expert Mike Ginsberg published a piece highlighting several bold predictions regarding the changing landscape and developing trends within the ARM industry. Most notably, Ginsberg predicted, “The government will become the single largest source of new business for U.S. ARM service providers for the next decade.” In an earlier piece, Ginsberg cited well-documented growth in the U.S. Department of Education’s collection contract, and predicted an upswing in Federal outsourcing to third-party professionals on top of known increases in state and local outsourcing, all pointing toward a foreseeable shift and significant growth of this market.

MyGovWatch.com offers subscribers insider access to the past, present, and future of government and student loan contracting by providing users with timely notifications six months before a procurement is expected to occur, when the procurement starts, and access to secret government files after bids are awarded so users can learn why and how different buyers picked their vendor(s).

The most recent issue of The Public Eye, a quarterly newsletter also published through the website, reported that the third quarter of 2013 yielded at least 56 opportunities translating to at least $9 billion in portfolios available for bid through government and student loan procurements. MyGovWatch also lets users know what prices competitors typically offer for government and student loan contracts and know what successful government and student loan contractors typically say in their RFP responses in order to win more business.

MyGovWatch.com has revolutionized the way companies win government and student loan contracts. The site’s overwhelming success prompted one user to comment, “MyGovWatch.com is an incredible asset to any organization with an eye towards government collection opportunities. The amount of meaningful, and, more importantly, actionable information at your fingertips is tremendous.”

To take advantage of this limited-time promotion, simply visit www.mygovwatch.com and submit a request for a free trial, mentioning this press release in the comments section of your request.

MyGovWatch.com is a website owned and operated by Net Gain Marketing, Inc. It is the only information repository of its kind, fully dedicated to providing valuable information to users specifically about government and student loan debt collection purchasing activity. Read more about why current users love the site here: http://www.netgain4results.com/net-gain-marketing/b2g/mygovwatch.

NGM is a full-service marketing agency operating primarily within the call center and credit and collection industries, with core competencies in sales and marketing planning, communications consulting, public relations, RFP/RFI response, government contracting consulting, web design, and email marketing.  Learn more at www.netgain4results.com.

 

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