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Mega Star Media, Inc. Develops Social Networking Sites Guaranteed to Give

In today's highly competitive global
economy isn't just about what you know, but who you know. Top website designer
Mega Star Media, Inc. gives businesses, entertainers, retailers and
professionals the tools they need to expand their network exponentially,
developing custom made websites and social networking sites designed to
increase their social networking capabilities and put their company at the top
of Google's list.
"(Our) web design company is all over the first page of Google..." says
Mega Star Media, Inc. lead designer Sandy Rowley. "We specialize in building
websites that Google loves to index."
Mega Star Media, Inc. also works with clients to develop marketing
materials, press kits, and products such as stationary where a great design
can attract clients and boost business, providing them with all the tools they
need to give their website and company a great send off.
Lead designer Sandy Rowley personally works with incoming clients to help
develop a package custom tailored to their unique needs.
"We have a unique combination of high quality professional design skills
and the kind of people skills that tech-type Web designers rarely have," says
Rowley.
Since its birth in 1999 Mega Star Media, Inc. has built over 3500 websites
for big names like the Oprah Winfrey Show, NBC, Patti LaBelle and Wrangler
Jeans, as well as numerous small businesses and charitable organizations.
They've recently announced the release of barculture.com and
ondecksoftball.net and are currently building major social networks for
ugrowu.com, goodcook.com and inovahire.com that will provide them with the
same networking capabilities they would have through social networking giants
MySpace and Facebook.
In 2006 Sandy Rowley and her team were recognized twice by the
international Webby Awards, receiving Official Honoree distinction for both
the development of DeafAfrica.org, a website dedicated to supporting
educational and vocational programs for children with hearing loss in
Ethiopia, and for their work with the team of The Mission is Possible, a
documentary for inner city youth.
Rowley says, "I am so very honored for this global recognition and look
forward to creating more web sites that affect the world in a positive way."
For more information on working with the web design talents of Sandy
Rowley and Mega Star Media, Inc., visit www.megastarmedia.com.
SOURCE Mega Star Media, Inc.

Sandy Rowley for Mega Star Media Inc., +1-775-850-5821, or
sandy@megastarmedia.com

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Comment by social networking web design on August 19, 2018 at 10:47pm

Updated information. Award winning web designer, Sandy Rowley, launches SEO web design company in Reno Nv.

Learn more about her next venture here: www.RenoWebDesigner.com

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