We at Fynyty Media LLC want to thank everyone who turned out to support us at our Grand Opening! We also celebrated our launch of the redesign of HostOfChristmasPast.com. The event was a tremendous success. Thank you so much from the bottoms of our hearts.
In this digital age, websites serve more than the singular purpose of a business card or billboard. Your website IS your business. Imagine having more windows for shoppers to glance into. Showcase your products in a bigger storefront. Have more areas available for customers to browse your products. You don’t have to imagine anymore, because that is the […]
Fayetteville New Technology is now Fynyty Media LLC. We are eager to expand the scope of our services and further serve you with your individual media needs. Foiling upon Fayetteville’s motto Where Tradition Meets Tomorrow, our mission is to empower local businesses because The Future is Now. To celebrate this change we are excited to announce that we are offering a special limited time […]
We just recently designed and launched a website for Fayetteville-based lawyer Jonathan C. Brown. He and his staff were a pleasure to work with while developing the site. Jonathan wanted a simple to use website that he and his staff could update themselves and continue to add features in the future. If you or someone […]
It was getting time to give the site a new look. Let’s put some “new” into Fayetteville New Technology. With me getting my Part 107 drone certification I wanted to show off the site with a video-centric design showcasing aerial videos and other work we’ve recently done. For the time being, the online store where […]
Over the last few years Pinterest has always been the exception to all the rules of social media marketing. Things always work a little bit differently when it come to pinning your content. The platform is interesting in how it works and also its demographics skew differently than other social media sites.. If you have […]
It’s time to finally get a Google+ page. Google is trying out a new program called “Let’s Put Our Cities on the Map.” It has been hard to get businesses to sign up for Google+ and Google Places accounts through the years it has been active. According to Google, searchers are 38% more likely to […]