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We've grown. A whole lot and after much consideration we have decided to build out a brand new office to better house all creative Monsters. Thus we have moved our corporate offices back into our sales office on Millard Avenue where we will remain until the build out on our new office is complete. More exciting news to come…
One of the many questions we receive every week is "how can I attract more people to my Facebook profile?". Like most social butterflies who have decided to use social media to increase their business exposure you have been burning the might night oil trying to figure out how to increase your Facebook's fanbase with little or no success. According to Jupiter Research, over 80% of all Internet users have participated in an online sweepstakes or contest in the past year, while another 50% enter them once a month. Creating an online sweepstakes is tantamount to taking advantage of human nature’s enchantment with the game of chance.
Omaha Media Group LLC ( www.omahamediagroup.com ) delivers a MONSTER APPROACH to internet marketing solutions to small. medium, and large sized businesses all around the United States. In the last few months we have secured dozens of new customers in the Omaha area and are looking to build upon our success with additions to our sales organization.
Hey alright, OSx Lion is out, why not hop over to the Apple App Store and download yourself a copy? Wait, maybe not because it's not working is it? "Akamai’s servers and Apple’s datacenters are being hammered for OS X Lion downloads. But going forward, is it the right content distribution network for Apple?" As of this morning, the answer is a big NO!! If you're like the millions of other Apple fans you're probably already at your witt's end trying to get yourself updated to Lion.
Just as expected and right on time Google has released Panda v2.2. This time around Google has improved their ability to detect those pesky scraper websites and remove and ban them from SERPs. Naturally Panda updates are changes made to Google's algorithm and are not manual reviews of websites within their index - so expect some error for those of you unlucky website owners. So what all has changed? A lot! So you better have a good strategy or you will be lost in translation or even worse off, removed from the index.