Proudly serving Great Barrington
We're a Berkshire-based company and take pride in hiring local, talented professionals from the area. We help organizations in Great Barrington with professional web design and digital marketing services including local SEO. Gemini Creative has a well-established base in Great Barrington. Our agency is located in Stockbridge, about 10 minutes north of Great Barrington. We're always interested in building relationships with clients in the Great Barrington area.
We've been offering our services in the Berkshires for 10 years from our office in Stockbridge from where we have built lasting relationships with Great Barrington businesses.
Great Barrington clients we've had the pleasure to work with in the past:
- Berkshire Grown
- Berkshires Live
- The Berkshire Edge
- Chelsea & Co. Antiques
- Cupboards & Roses
- Great Barrington Libraries
- Susan Silver Antiques
- Ward's Nursery & Garden Center
CompuWorks Pittsfield, MA
Case Study: CompuWorks is a leader among its peers in the industry and was looking to break into new territory. They're well known in the Berkshires and they were looking for ways to reach new customers in Albany and the Pioneer Valley.
Berkshire Theatre Group Pittsfield, MA
Case Study: Berkshire Theatre Group initially approached us to see how we could improve their current website. Through discussion and creative thinking, we helped them determine a pain-point: distinguishing their theaters.
Starbase Technologies Pittsfield, MA
Case Study: In our first meeting with the team at Starbase, we discovered that the business was due for a rebranding. We proposed methods to help them reach new business by focusing on their strengths: their legacy in the industry, and their exceptional employees.
County Ambulance Pittsfield, MA
We're proud to work with County Ambulance who has been providing our community with exceptional EMS services since 1983. Brian Andrews worked with Gemini Creative to design and develop their new website from start to finish.View Website
Intermountain Plant Works Salt Lake City, UT
This interior landscape company wanted to change their brand. Their business model is less residential and more corporate. We introduced textures of concrete and glass with images of their beautiful tropical plants.View Website
Julie W. McCarthy Stockbridge, MA
Our friend and neighbor, Julie McCarthy has been capturing the room in her striking photography for years. We worked with her to create website that gets out of the way of her work, and let's the viewer in.View Website
Great Barrington Libraries Great Barrington, MA
We were very excited to work on the Great Barrington Libraries new website. Beautifully designed by Abby Tovell and developed by Glenn Geiger, we started by asking the library team about their patrons and created a profile for every type.View Website
Museum & Archives Stockbridge, MA
The Stockbridge Library Museum & Archives contacted us to build their new website and we were delighted to create something special for our hometown library. Being part of this community means a lot to us, and we couldn't be more proud.View Website
Lake Onota Preservation Association Pittsfield, MA
A group of volunteers living on Onota Lake in Pittsfield have joined to take responsibility for the Lake. They were looking to increase membership, continue their outreach online, and help preserve this beautiful place.View Website
Mayors & CEOs for U.S. Housing Investment Washington, DC
The goal of this organization to to bring the top elected city officials and business leaders together to highlight housing issues in their communities. We developed a website to show which mayors and businesses share these values on homelessness and affordable housing for all.View Website
Ormond Gigli Photography Pittsfield, MA
Ormond Gigli's photographs have been displayed in fine art galleries across the world. We had the honor of working directly with Ormond, his wife, and their son, Ogden. We wanted to show his photos in great detail and allow visitors to order prints and a signed copy of his book.View Website
Cupboards & Roses Great Barrington, MA
In 2000 this was the first antique shop in the Berkshries with a website. Their furniture and their store are gorgeous, and their style is unique. When they came to us for a new look we sought to maintain their modern style and deliver a simple, elegant website to show off their wares.View Website
Client Discovery & Research
How would you describe your brand? What do your customers think about you? Our first step is always Client Discovery. It's about finding your voice as a business. It's a dive into the types of customers you’d like to ring your phone. This essential step becomes a foundation to build upon.
Logo Design & Branding
Your logo is a tool used to identify your company. Your brand is the way your business makes people feel. Customers interact with you and can make a positive association from then on. The ability to recognize your brand is a part of your success, so if you think your brand needs looking at, just do it!
We think a website should have purpose. It should connect with your potential customers and convince them to click that button, or call your office. A new website becomes part of a marketing strategy to reach your customers and connect with them. We take what we learn from client discovery and apply that to the design of your new site.
Gemini Creative writes code in-house. It's not the easy way to do it, but we think it works better. We develop WordPress themes to match your website design, and we build web applications to handle business tasks. Starting with design and strategy, we will build your project from scratch.
Digital Marketing & Social Media
Getting the word out has changed over the years. You might not know whether to try a Google Ad campaign, organic SEO, creating an audience on Facebook or LinkedIn. Your digital marketing strategy can make your business stand out in your field. We'll get to know your business and help you decide what's right.
Search Engine Optimization
Without SEO there are no guarantees. We look at SEO from the perspective of Google looking down at your local area. Can they see you, or are you drowned out by others? We analyze your competitors and what locals are searching for. It’s a game-changer for any business looking to be seen by new customers.
The 4 top ways an SEO Company in Great Barrington, MA will help you get found
- Attract: Using organic SEO and local SEO in the Great Barrington area, you will outrank competitors in Google search result pages and boost web traffic.
- Engage: A well designed website you will engage customers with content that extends your brand message, creating an engaging experience.
- Convert: Conversion optimization strategies will convert potential customers into solid leads. Simple web forms web forms, phone number placement, a Great Barrington, MA address and 01230 zip code, and an intentional visitor path through your site will all contribute to your success.
- Re-Engage: Using social media to retarget visitors to your website or your store, you will create second and third touchpoints where you can engage customers using value add content on Google and social media.
About Great Barrington, MA
We moved to the Berkshires in 2009 because of the town of Great Barrington. We drove south down Route 7 from Vermont for the first time and when we passed through GB, we had to pull over. From the window of our car, we could see small businesses on Main Street, the Berkshire Co-Op, a local bank, everything we were looking for. We met a nice couple right away, and we went to Club Helsinki that night and had a great time. Two years later we moved to Great Barrington into an apartment on the Housatonic River. Two years after that we purchased our home in Stockbridge and now we're raising our twin girls.
Like most towns in New England, Great Barrington was named after a place in England - the village of the Great Barrington in Gloucestershire. Thanks to the railroad Great Barrington became a resort destination for people looking to get away from the cities, and so the Berkshire Cottages were built, almost in competition with each other in scale and beauty.
In doing a little research for this page, I learned about William Stanley, Jr., a resident in Great Barrington, who developed a demonstration of alternating current (AC) to prove it was an improvement to the DC system invented by Thomas Edison. He strung power lines from tree to tree, over 4,000 ft., and powered 23 businesses along Main Street. There's an excellent story in the Berkshire Eagle about all of this. If you like history it's worth a read.
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