TORONTO, ON, July 18, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- CanadaQBank is pleased to announce that as part of its continuing social media outreach efforts, it has launched an official company Google+ page. The page will be used as hub of helpful information for Canadian medical students, providing them with links to useful information that will help them in their studies, and will also be used to as a way for CanadaQBank and its customers to communicate and interact with each other.
The official company Google+ account for CanadaQBank already has over 200 followers, and is already being used to lead Canadian medical students to CandaQBank's large number of articles and resources that will help them study for MCCEE, MCQE, and USMLE exams. Content listed on the site includes exam schedules, links to practice tests, and tutorials and study guides on specific medical subjects.
By taking advantage of the unique tools provided by Google+, CanadaQBank will be able to greatly expand its social media efforts. CanadaQBank's expanding social media presence will allow it to provide even better service to medical students, and to distribute its instructional material, apps, and apparel to an even larger audience base, at a faster rate than ever before. The page will be updated regularly with even more resources, study material, and other helpful tools.
To visit CanadaQBank's official company Google+ page, go to http://plus.google.com/+canadaqbank/posts
has been helping Canadian medical students prepare for the MCCEE, MCQE, and USMLE exams since 2008. As of June 2014, over 20,000 medical students and physicians from over 136 countries have subscribed to their service. The company has made its service available over as many forms of digital media as possible, including its website, apps for mobile devices, and now its Google+ page. CanadaQBank is committed to providing the best resources available to students preparing to take their medical exams, in order to empower the next generation of doctors and medical professionals to be the best they can be.