Elevated Third Partners with Going Global to Help Improve Digital Brand Platform

Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) December 07, 2012

Elevated Third, a digital agency in Denver, this week announced its partnership with Going Global, a leader in digital career resources for both domestic and international job seekers. As the organizations web strategy partner, Elevated Third will brand, design and develop a new public website and back-end portal to better organize Going Globals comprehensive, curated and country-specific content.

Going Global is a leader in its field, providing users with information on available jobs, cultures and professional climates in cities in the US and abroad. The organization provides its site visitors with more than 80 downloadable career guides, as well as free resources including information on securing a work permit or visa, resume and interviewing advice, and cultural and financial considerations for various countries. Going Global was first to market with this essential information for international job seekers and they continue to innovate the collection and delivery of this content.

Elevated Third will build both a public-facing site and private portal, with the portal being accessible by site subscribers searching for careers in the US and abroad. The subscription service offered by Going Global can be purchased individually or accessed through a subscribing education provider. In partnership with over 500 top-tier colleges and universities around the world, as well as countless international corporations, Going Global requires a digital experience that guides users directly to their desired information.

Going Global founder and CEO, Mary Ann Thompson, comments, This is a great opportunity for us. Thanks to the team at Elevated Third, we will be able to execute a digital strategy that competitively addresses the ever-changing, global marketplace for job seekers.

The digital agency was selected due to its comprehensive and efficient approach to web development. Elevated Third offers enterprise-level digital solutions through Drupal, an open-source content management system (CMS). The CMS is ideal for publishing content on a grand scale, and allows for multiple site administrators to edit and manage large amounts of data and information with ease. Additionally, Drupals extensive framework will provide a groundwork for building custom client driven functionalities.

Elevated Thirds experience in information architecture and UX design will be an asset in the project. With numerous user groups, each searching for different information, the digital agency will build a fully-customized site with intuitive search functionality that allows users to easily traverse Going Globals numerous databases.

Elevated Third welcomed the opportunity to work with Going Global, as in addition to web development, the digital agency will contribute other services including branding, print collateral, SEO and SEM services, and a thorough content strategy that will enable Going Global to extend its brand across various social platforms.

About Going Global is the market leader in career-related resources. Launched in 2002, the company has extensive history in producing the largest collection of location-specific career information for its users to intelligently manage successful job searches. Going Global employs a global team of local experts with first-hand job market knowledge. Whether searching at home or abroad, users are given everything they need to fast track their job search. For more information, visit

About Elevated Third: Founded in 2005, Elevated Third is a leading digital agency in Denver, Colorado. Through its unique combination of user-centered creative and open-source technology, Elevated Third is recognized for its digital marketing solutions that integrate intuitive user experience design using Drupal. The agency provides a variety of other award-winning services, including branding and usability and SEO consulting. For more information, visit, the company’s Facebook page, or follow @elevatedthird.

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