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Site SEO and online presence was also increased after Media & Communications manager Greg Jones gave site and its network a going over. "The result was that many non-industry people heard about software," said Jones. "Quite a few regular mainstream guys and girls have acquired a system as their introduction to internet."
Non-adult entrepreneurs were apparently more open to a new business and technology model, according to Jones, which is basically concept of independantly operated live video chat sites.
New owners and operators found they needed no programming knowledge to engage and manage their online business. All they needed was acquisition of traffic, and an abiltiy to learn online management and networking for advertising.
The next version of LiveCamNetwork, or LCN V2.0, will continue its trend of development by incorporating suggested changes and new ideas all these webmasters and entrepreneurs have suggested.
"We had no idea this was going to be success it has become," Prince said. "Had we known we could have stopped selling 1.9 to work on 2.0, or just not announce upgrade so soon."
The company has had to focus on maintenance, security and support over last six months of 1.9 release, and this has prevented ongoing testing and implementation of 2.0
"But this is all for better," Jones stated. "This way we'll have a hell of a network ready for upgrade, which will feature customized niched model selection and advertising possibilities, more models, and more fun on front end for visitors. V2.0 is coming, it's just going to be better than if we'd released it last month."
Zombay writes for iSN News as well as doing SEO for a variety of sites.