Omaha Web Design Company History


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Sarah Cargin

Sarah Cargin
joins team as Project Manager

Ted Herman

Ted Herman
joins team as Internet Marketing Relationship Manager

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WordPress runs 33% of the internet

Google My Business tests the waters, trying to charge for its services


JM acquires all Jelecos’ shared web hosting customers

Eric Wallace

Eric Wallace joins team as Web Account Strategist

Nikolay Popov

Nikolay Popov joins team as Server Administrator

Carl Jacob

Carl Jacob joins team as Tech Support Specialist

JM expands Web Marketing department,adding more Google Analytics certifications to expand marketing services.

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Google begins testing “Dragonfly”, a censored version of its search engine for China, a market they left in 2010

Augmented reality on social media takes off, with real-time filters added across most major social media platforms

Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, answers to Congress on major data harvesting sandal and privacy concerns


JM becomes certified as a Google Partner


JM acquires all InfiNET’s web hosting customers

best Web Design firm

JM is voted #2 best Web Design firm in Omaha

Lindsey Adams joins team as Finance Director

Lindsey Adams
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Amazon acquires Whole Foods, launches Prime Wardrobe and ventures into home appliance service.

Harvey Mudd College reports that female computer science graduates are on the rise.

Google announces plans to redesign its popular search page on mobile phones, creating a more personalized feed for users.

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Small internet devices can be powered wirelessly.

Tesla deploys software update to make autonomous driving cars.


JM Hits 500 clientsJM Hits 500 clients


Chris Effken joins team as Project Manager

Chris Effken
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45% of internet users ages 18-29 in serious relationships say the internet has had an impact on their relationship.

Facebook buys messaging app Whatsapp for $19 billion.


JM Hits 350 clientsJM Hits 350 clients

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Twitter files for its long-awaited IPO. Shares soar 73% above their IPO price of $26 a share on the first day of trading.

Apple says app store downloads top 40 billion, with 20 billion in 2012 alone.

A majority (56%) of Americans now own a smartphone of some kind.

51% of U.S. adults bank online.


JM wins Davey Award for Promotional Materials

Davey Award
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Among the 13% of US adults who made a financial contribution to a presidential candidate, 50% donated online or via email.

Facebook reaches 1 billion monthly active users, making it the dominant social network worldwide. Some analysts start calling it “Facebookistan.” The company buys Instagram for $1 billion and debuts on NASDAQ at $38 a share.

66% of internet users use Facebook and 12% use Instagram.

Ecommerce sales top $1 trillion worldwide.

JM hits 250 clients

JM hits 250 clients

JM wins Best of Omaha Award

JM wins Best of Omaha Award

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35% of adults have cell phones with apps, but only two-thirds actually use them.

Social photo-sharing sites Pinterest and Instagram launch.

Wikileaks collaborates with major media organizations to release U.S. diplomatic cables.

Ex-Facebook employees launch user-based question and answer site Quora.

Omaha Chamber of Commerce Excellence Award

JM wins Omaha Chamber of Commerce Excellence Award

Stephanie Effken

Stephanie Effken joins team as Account Manager

Megan Patton

Megan Patton joins team as Office Administrator

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Twitter raises $98 million from investors, valuing the company at a whopping $1 billion.

Microsoft’s Bing search engine launches.

HTML5 is introduced.

69% of Americans turn to the internet to cope with and understand the recession.


Microsoft does case study on JMMicrosoft does case study on JM

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19% of cellphone owners say they have gone online with their phones.

Google releases the Chrome Web browser.

HTML5 is introduced.

Apple launches its App Store with 552 applications.


JM Hits 100 clientsJM Hits 100 clients

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8% of adult American internet users say they participate in sports fantasy leagues online.

About one-in-six online adults – 25 million people – have sold something online.

Broadband connections surpass dial-up connections.

Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. buys MySpace for $580 million and sells it in 2011 for $35 million.


John Campisi joins team as President & Creative Director

John Campisi
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Harvard student Mark Zuckerberg launches 1,200 Harvard students sign up within the first 24 hours. Facebook goes on to become the world’s biggest social networking site, with over a billion users worldwide.

Social news website Digg launches. Digg users vote to “digg up” links that they like and “bury” down those they don’t.

Mozilla releases Firefox 1.0.

Google starts trading on the NASDAQ at $85 a share.


JM teams up with John Campisi and Image World Studios for collaboration and graphic needs.

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40 million Americans – or 48% of internet users – have purchased a product online.

78% of internet users who download music don’t think it’s stealing to save music files to their computer hard drives.

43% of internet users say they would miss going online “a lot,” up from 32% in 1995.

32% of internet users (over 30 million people) sent e-greeting cards to loved ones and friends.


All Business article of JM

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MP3 downloading service Napster launches, overloading high-speed networks in college dormitories. Many colleges ban the service and it is later shut down for enabling the illegal sharing of music files.

41% of adults are using the internet and the weather is the most popular online news attraction.

Pew Research Center tests online polling with mixed results.

Yahoo! acquires GeoCities for $3.6 billion.


JM was foundedJM was founded

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20% of Americans get news from the internet at least once a week, up from 4% in 1995.

AOL launches AOL 4.0 and inundates American homes with CD-ROM mailers. AOL membership jumps from 8 million to 16 million members.

The Internet Corporations for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) takes over responsibility for the coordination of the global internet’s systems of unique identifiers.

Oxford Dictionary adds “spam” and “digerati.”

Information by Pew Research Center