Get ready for some big changes here at MSC

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New dawn here at MSC with Stage 1 of the upgrade being implemented so thought one of Kylie's beautiful Maroochydore Sunrises was rather appropriate

Over the next few weeks you will notice some pretty massive changes on (MSC) which is the first stage of a ginormous upgrade that Subtle Difference has been working on for over 12 months.

We had hoped to fully implement all our very ambitious upgrade plans towards the end of this year though unfortunately the upcoming change in the Google algorithm on the 21st of April has forced us to implement our upgrade plans for the site in stages, not really of our choosing, though, that is life on the internet, you have to be prepared for what comes out of the blue.  To be quite frank, when you work with large database driven sites, how the website looks - is the very last issue you actually work on to display your data.

Considering the massive size of our site, please don’t be surprised if some pages will have the odd kink that will still need to be attended to and of course we always appreciate the heads up that our valued locals always give us, so please don’t hesitate to email the crew with any links to pages that you feel still need a tad massaging.

*For those Organisations and Businesses who have upgraded listings with us, submit events, news items or specials, we will be requesting new logo’s etc. from you to ensure the display of your information is looking great. Please view “MSC Stage 1 Update” for required information  :)

As most on the Sunshine Coast know we have been around a long time, servicing our community online since 2002 and as you can imagine we are a tad disappointed that we could not launch what we had originally planned for and envisioned with a bang, at a timing of our own choosing. Though, having said that, we are pretty sure that not only will you enjoy using the new streamlined online display, you will also enjoy all the extra state of the art touches we will be implementing over the next twelve months, so stay tuned.

The MSC Crew
Noely, Tane, Leone, Stephen, Pat & Caitlin

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