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Oklahoma Media Group offers 25 years of collective experience in web site design and application development and programming. We have installed more than 50 sites over the last two years, some very simple, others very complex. We have successfully completed projects ranging from $1,000 to $100,000. Our team members have completed projects that run the gamut from computer based training for Learn & Serve America and Ted’s Café Escondido, to million-dollar ecommerce and tourism sites (http://www.WeGoLook.com and http://www.redondochamber.org, respectively). We can write cogent and focused copy for blogs, web ads, radio and television and more. We have a thorough understanding and passion for Web 2.0 and social media, and are fluent in the latest trends in web development, such as mobile web sites and iPhone/Blackberry apps.

But lots of companies can build web sites. We are different because of the thorough planning and careful thought processes that occur before a single line of code is written. A web site can’t perform the way it is intended to perform; it can’t deliver the results you require, unless you define those desired goals before you begin. We believe a web site should be treated much like an employee: it has expectations and requirements that justify the money being spent on it. It should be held accountable for those expectations. If it’s not delivering, you need to understand why and make changes that will achieve the desired results.

We are an Oklahoma company that is woman- and Native American-owned. We are small enough to appreciate every client and give you our undivided attention, yet large and experienced enough to bring all the necessary resources for this project to the table.

Emily Garman

emily_sqEmily has been working in graphic design for almost 20 years and web site creation for 10 years. She holds degrees in journalism and electronic media from the University of Oklahoma and has consulted with clients all over the United States. A passion for teaching and explaining Social Media to mystified beginners has resulted in her being requested to present at two international conferences for the Humane Society of the United States. Her work for the Central Oklahoma Humane Society, the Oklahoma Democratic Party and the Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce has won several regional awards. Emily serves on the board of directors for the Metropolitan Friends of the Library and on numerous committees as a volunteer for the Central Oklahoma Humane Society. She does pro bono work for several Oklahoma City charities. Emily has three dogs, Oliver, Rocky and Champ, who make her laugh every day. You can contact Emily at Emily (@) oklahomamediagroup.com

Stacie Stewart

staciestewartStacie Stewart has 10 years of experience in broadcast news and video production in the Washington, DC area and won a national award during her tenure with Ogilvy Public Relations firm in DC. For the past 9 years, Stacie has focused on managing Internet strategies for companies large and small. Her experience includes managing the world’s largest martial arts supply e-commerce site and launching a multi-million dollar ecommerce site from the ground up. She also advises small business owners on how to turn their website from a static brochure to an accountable employee. Stacie hero worships persuasion expert Robert Cialdini, and delights in introducing new audiences to low traffic websites. Stacie is glad to be back in the Oklahoma City and when she’s not hanging out with friends and family, you can find her on her Yamaha V-Star investigating the back roads and small towns of Oklahoma. You can contact Stacie at Stacie (@) oklahomamediagroup.com