Entrepreneur – August 2018
The Seattle Times – August 2018
The Salem News – July 2018
HubSpot – February 2017
The Huffington Post – December 2017
We are very honored to have received the following unsolicited testimonial from The Huffington Post:
“Very well done graphic by your guy Leo, topnotch article from you!
Really excited for more:) Checked what you sent on another thread, wow – you are a super content machine!”
Jonha Revesencio, The Huffington Post
PRNewswire / ProfNet – 2015
Forbes – March 2015
In this New York Times article, John McDougall is quoted regarding how our seminar series helps promote thought leadership and augment our growing client roster.
In this Salem News article, John McDougall discusses how the extension of the sales tax to certain computer software services meant a call to his accountant to see if it applied to his business.
In this Boston Globe G cover story, our own Jimmy Craig and Justin Parker are interviewed about their viral video “Cat-friend vs. Dog-friend,” which has over 14 million YouTube views.
Colleges across the North Shore are seeing an uptick in enrollment numbers this fall for reasons as varied as the institutions themselves. Read the article and check out the “Related Photos” to see how McDougall Interactive is using social media to help Montserrat College of Art.
Interactive marketing is not just for the big companies. Small and medium sized businesses can utilize social networks such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn along with web content and search strategies to move their marketing plans into the digital age. Join us for the newest Biz Advisor video blog, where Ziff Davis Enterprise’s V.P. of Editorial Content, Eric Lundquist, sits down with John McDougall, President of McDougall Interactive, for an in-depth discussion on interactive marketing.
Gloucester-based McDougall Interactive Marketing spearheaded the idea of Internet marketing and search engine optimization (SEO) after the dot-com boom in 1995. Headed by Internet marketing and advertising guru John McDougall, the company’s mission is to create and guide dynamic websites for clients looking to maximize their presence online.
Rock Bottom, which operates on a Yahoo Store e-commerce platform, has worked with search engine optimization firm McDougal Interactive to build an online golf game that lets visitors compete against one another if they submit an e-mail address. The game features Rock Bottom’s cartoonish mascot, Scratch the Caveman, who also appears regularly in marketing and merchandising content. To score points, players click their mouse to make Scratch swing his club in time to hit a moving target.
Rock Bottom Golf worked with McDougall Interactive, a design and interactive marketing company, to optimize its e-commerce site on Google. The result: a 100% increase in fourth quarter 2008 sales related to natural search.