More Than Just a Pretty Face: 5 Things Your Website Needs to Work FOR You

April 29, 2013 · · Branding, Google, SEO, small business · 0 Comments

As little as ten years ago, websites were a luxury reserved for businesses with large marketing budgets and a staff that understood the intricacies of HTML.  Today, any business or organization can have a web presence with the click of a few buttons.  The question now becomes ‘why’ have a website?  Just having a website.

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Happy Thanksgiving!

November 20, 2012 · · Uncategorized · 0 Comments

The Mears Interactive offices will be closed from Wednesday, November 21 through Friday, November 23 to enable our employees to celebrate Thanksgiving with our friends and family. We are so thankful for all of our wonderful clients and partners, and wish each of you a very Happy Thanksgiving!

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Mears Interactive Teaches Pinterest Workshop

July 31, 2012 · · Social Media, Workshops · 0 Comments

The Mears Interactive team had the priviledge of teaching a workshop for the Monmouth County NJ Chamber/SBDC on Tuesday, July 31.  Here are some tips for using Pinterest for Business.

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Why SERPs Don’t Matter Anymore…And Never Really Did!

May 30, 2012 · · SEO, small business · 0 Comments

It’s tempting to look yourself up in the search engine ranking positions (SERPs). Don’t feel bad – everyone does it. Yet, no one should do it. Ever! And here’s why… You choose a 2-3 word phrase, such as “chiropractor Philly Area ” or “insurance agency Lakewood,” type it into Google, and start scanning for your website. You.

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Pinterest ~ The New Vision Board?

February 12, 2012 · · Futurism, Mears Interactive News, Pinterest, Social Media · 0 Comments

Pinterest ~ The New Vision Board? Pinning Has Completely Changed the Way We Look at Photos on the Web The whole Pinterest thing took me for a complete loop.  Not sure what rock I was hiding under, probably YouTube , but this thing came out of nowhere. It took me all of 2 minutes to.

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Social Consciousness or ‘Betterness’ in 2012

January 1, 2012 · · Accountability, small business, Social Consciousness, Transparency · 0 Comments

Last month, I had the pleasure of attending an ACG luncheon featuring New Belgium Brewing Company CEO, Kim Jordan.  The team that brings us micro brews Fat Tire and Sunshine Wheat, among many others, is a testament to how socially conscious business practices can not only help our world, but also positively affect a company’s.

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Happy Holidays from the Mears Interactive Team

December 24, 2011 · · Uncategorized · 0 Comments

Wishing all of our wonderful clients, friends and family a fabulous holiday season and a VERY prosperous New Year!

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Happy Thanksgiving

November 23, 2011 · · Mears Interactive News · 0 Comments

We are so blessed to have so many wonderful clients and friends that we do business with.  On this Thanksgiving Holiday, we wish you and your family a happy safe weekend, and know that you are appreciated every day! In observance of Thanksgiving, our offices are closed until Monday, November 28, so our team can.

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Mears Interactive Launches Google+ Business Page

November 7, 2011 · · Google, Mears Interactive News · 0 Comments

Finally…. Google has made Google+ Pages available for businesses!  Following Facebook and Linkedin, Google is now allowing businesses to promote their companies with Google+ Pages. Businesses can brand their pages, interact with customers and other businesses.  Stay tuned for more specific suggestions on how to use Google+ Branded Pages, but for now, you can connect.

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How I Can Prove Google is a Teenager

September 27, 2011 · · Google, SEO · 0 Comments

The almighty Google turns 13 today, and it was as if I was hit over the head with the irony.  What in world could be so satirical about Google becoming a teenager?  I have a 13 year-old daughter at home. Because I believe that there are no coincidences in life, Google’s 13th birthday comes at.

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