Danish Company Netomia Offers You a Share in the Next Social Network Mega
A minor European company is set on creating the next successful social network. If you can find a
name for the new website, you become an instant shareholder.
Herning, Denmark, January 15, 2010 --(PR.com)-- The small country of Denmark has a reputation of
fostering skilled and dedicated entrepreneurs. Both of which should prove quite useful if you wish to
create the next social network mega success.
A Danish company, Netomia, has set out to do just that. The only problem is, the company is having
trouble finding a name.
The solution? Offering 0.1% ownership of the new website to anyone who can find a suitable (and
available) name. The company is now taking suggestions at NextFB.com.
Netomia explains the background for their bold quest as follows: "Current social networks are awesome
and awful! The potential is enormous and yet utterly wasted. While millions and millions of users login
each day and spend hours glancing at their profile, very little useful and constructive information is
Netomia is a 10 year old web development company specializing in social networking. Although the
portfolio only lists projects with up to 3 million users, CEO Martin Bay Pedersen is not discouraged.
“Whether you have 3 million or 300 million users, the concept of load balancing does not change
significantly. You simply add more servers and bigger backbones,” he says.
The new, still unnamed, social network is expected to launch within this year.
Martin Bay Pedersen
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