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Small Business Websites and Examples: Room For Improvement

[ 0 ] May 22, 2022

Here at OSM we often write about small businesses using technology and also social media marketing and recently posted an article about small business web design mistakes to avoid. Now we want to give you some more information on a similar theme, this time talking about room for improvement for small business websites and also…

Online Career Communities: Changing the World of Work

[ 0 ] March 20, 2022

The use of technology and also social media is impacting upon every aspect of daily life now and one area that’s seeing big changes is the world of work. Not only do new innovations affect the way that companies work but also the way in which we, as individuals, manage our careers.

New Share Widget - Tool to increase audience engagement

[ 0 ] February 9, 2022

Here at OSM we do like to give our readers news about innovations and today we hear of a new sharing tool, designed to increase audience engagement. The tool, currently in beta form, enables simultaneous sharing between Facebook, Twitter and others and could be useful for websites of all kinds.

Santa online activities for kids at Christmas

Santa online activities for kids at Christmas

[ 1 ] December 19, 2021

With the holiday season on us and Christmas only days away we’ve already brought you some ideas and stories about the festive season such as the social media version of the Nativity story, the NORAD Santa Tracker app and some iPhone app Christmas games. Now we have news of some great online ways that your…

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange granted bail but still in jail

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange granted bail but still in jail

[ 0 ] December 14, 2021

If you’ve been following all our WikiLeaks posts here on OSM you’ll know we’ve been bringing you all the latest developments and most recently wrote about a link between the Amazon store going down and WikiLeaks, removeable media being banned by the U.S. military and also asked how much worse the WikiLeaks Cyberwar could get…