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Jim and Bonnie of Jersey Shore Guide would like to wish you ALL a Happy, Healthy, Safe and FUN 4th of July Holiday Weekend!

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Click Here For Our Website: www.shore-guide.com

Greetings Fellow Jersey Shore Business Owner!

You too can increase Your Businesses online internet exposure with a Jersey Shore Guide Website Business Listing Ad!

Our website's Home Page alone and not even counting all of the Sub-Pages in our site receives over three million hits a year, resulting in leads through calls, e-mails and visits to your website!

Your display ad will show up in the categories you are listed in, targeting users effectively in our Business Directory. Only ads from businesses in your category will rotate with your display ad if you choose that package, giving you more exposure. Your display ad links to your full listing webpage within our Business Directory.

Unlimited Access to Change Your Listing: As a member of the NJ Shore Guide website, you will have access to your account information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! You will be able to edit and change your ad as you please, as many times as you wish. You will also be able to view information about the performance of your ad such as how many times your ad was viewed and how many referrals to your website from our website your ad generated.

All of our Listing Membership Plans will have your basic contact information including, your company name, address, and phone number, a contact form, website, and a short business description. You can choose from any of our Listing Membership Plans for your business advertising.

OK !!! I'm signing up with NJ Shore Guide ~ www.shore-guide.com !!! We want more exposure for our money ~ We want to be found at the Jersey Shore !!!

In Google – type: “Jersey Shore Business Directory” YES ~ We are #1 in Google too!

If you are happy and satisfied with the traffic that our website brought to you and your business with a “Basic - $300.00” ad, you can then upgrade to either our "Premium - $600.00" or "Deluxe - $1,200.00" Listing Membership Subscriptions, each for a one year term, which will now give you either a “Premium” Left Column Placement Rotating Banner Ad, or a “Deluxe” Top of Page Placement Rotating Banner Ad and go right to the TOP and get your business found FAST with the Premium or Deluxe Ad Listings!

Make sure you enter the Initial New Subscriber Discount Code of: njsg2015 for your $50.00 off one-time sing-up discount when signing up!

We are already positive you'll be glad that you signed up with our Business Directory website!

Thank you ~ From NJ Shore Guide and please feel free to contact us anytime for and additional questions that you may have! 

Best regards, Jim
Jersey Shore Guide ~ www.shore-guide.com
https://www.facebook.com/njShoreGuide
PO Box 551, Forked River, NJ 08731
Tel 609-971-3511, Fax 609-939-0829
contact-us@shore-guide.com
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This is a Very Cool video of our friend Jay, owner of Bahrs Landing Restaurant and Marina, Highlands NJ, taken only a few weeks after Hurricane Sandy !!!  Kudos Jay !!!  Jersey Strong !!!  :)  :)  :)  (y)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uQ2tuzJdwY

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Today is "Cinco De Pixie" !!! Party it up today for "Pixie" !!! This photo was pro-shot in back 2007 of our Little Princess !!! Pixe is 17 now and hanging in there !!! Enjoy your day today !!! Jim & Bonnie of Jersey Shore Guide !!!  :)  :)  :)  (y)
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HUGE Google Announcement Starting On April 21, 2015!

Hello Fellow Business Owners,

Google has announced that as of April 21, 2015, it will modify its search algorithm to expand on mobile-friendly factors.

Google is just giving the people what they want: A better mobile user experience, with relevant, high quality search results that are optimized for the device on which they are viewed.

According to Google’s research, 75 percent of mobile device users prefer a mobile-friendly site, and 67 percent of users are more likely to purchase items from a mobile site.

To stay competitive, companies that haven’t already taken the steps to make their site mobile-friendly are going to have to follow suit if they want to remain competitive.

What factors are important in whether a site is considered mobile-friendly by Google? Requiring users to pinch, squeeze and zoom to read text or to view a page is NOT mobile-friendly. Neither are links or buttons that are close together and thus hard to select.

A streamlined experience with minimal clicks for visitors to get where they want to go and complete common tasks is always important to a website. Most critical though: A consistent interface that is easy to use across all devices.

Responsive Web Design (RWD) produces a website that “responds” – adjusts and optimizes - to the screen size of the device on which the site is being viewed, be it a desktop computer, tablet or mobile phone. This eliminates the need for the user to zoom, pinch or use a scroll bar to move around the page.

NOW is the time to update your website using Jersey Shore Webs as we are the company to help you make this transition and STAY RELEVANT on Google search results!

Run your site through Google’s mobile-friendly test here: https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/mobile-friendly/

Call us at 609-971-3511 or e-mail us at info@jerseyshorewebs.com

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(6) Reasons a Facebook Page Does Not Replace Your Business Website!

As businesses become more and more comfortable with being on Facebook, I find that there are some businesses that are getting TOO comfortable! They think that they no longer need a website because being on Facebook will suffice.

I'm here to tell you that a Facebook business page does not replace your website.

Here's why:

1. You don't own it!

Facebook owns your page. They can shut it down at any time if they believe you've violated any Facebook rules. Or they could change the way pages are set up and your business page might suffer from it. Who knows what could happen! Bottom line is that you do not control what happens because it's not on your own domain.

2. Consumers may think poorly of your company because it doesn't have a website.

I've been directed to Facebook pages for plenty of businesses and it always makes me think twice about the business. I wonder if they are in it for the long haul or just seeing if this business can make a go of it. Don't make people uncomfortable by not having a website. Consumers just expect it.

3. Facebook is a closed network.

If someone isn't a member of Facebook, they won't be able to see your page. You would hope that businesses who are opting for the Facebook-only route would have a target market that widely uses and accepts Facebook, but it's not always the case. I meet more and more people who decide not to use Facebook - in all age groups. Why shut them out?

4. You're relying on Facebook to get found online.

When you have your own website, you're in control of how you'll get found online. That means you can have your site optimized to show in search engine listings for the keywords you want to rank for.

5. You can't design a Facebook page to be like a website.

How can people possibly learn enough about your business on a Facebook page? Unless the business has a very robust Facebook page with a lot of tabs, you just don't have enough room on a Facebook page for people to learn about your business. 

6. There is too much distraction on Facebook.

Getting and keeping people's attention online is so difficult to do. When you have people on your Facebook page, they are constantly distracted by their friends and ads. On your own website, you still have to work hard to keep their attention, but you have more control to do it.

A Facebook Page Serves to Work With Your Website

Let's face it. Facebook pages were not set up to replace websites. They were designed to be a place for your business to interact with your target market.
I believe all social media networks serve as a platform to get people back to your website. Just another way to get your business out there. and they do a great job at that . . . but don't try to make them do a job they just weren't built for! 

Call us at 609-971-3511 or e-mail us at info@jerseyshorewebs.com
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Check-out our NEW "Jersey Shore Webs" ~ High Tech Responsive Web Designs Division for Businesses Small to Large !!!  Contact Jim to have a website newly designed, or revamped for your company !!!   :)  :)  :)  (y)

http://www.jerseyshorewebs.com
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