Beth Shearon of SeeMe Digital with Missy and Lisa at the Greater Enid Chamber of Commerce November 2012 Noon Network, at the Enid Convention Hall
Photograph by Greater Enid Chamber of Commerce
Incorporated in the state of Oklahoma, SeeMe Digital Inc. was birthed as its own business entity March 1, 2012. It is a woman-owned business.
Office premises are three blocks north of the downtown square in Enid, Oklahoma, at 116 West Pine. Folks who have been around these parts for a while know this structure as the old Day Ford building.
Feel free to swing by if you like. The best time to pop in is Thursday from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. Appointments are available other days, just call 580-231-2342 or email.
This is the place!
SeeMe's section has been remodeled inside with new carpet, drapes, and even custom office dividers.
The office is in the southeast wing of the building, sharing quarters and occasionally music with the office of an artist and craftsman who does airbrush work (check out the closeup of the company sign below!) as well as metal work and a long list of other creative expression, some of which is on a different website.
116 West Pine Avenue, Enid, OK 73701, three blocks north of the downtown square, in the southeast wing of the old Day Ford building
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A South Florida entrepreneur beginning in 1990, Beth moved to Enid, Oklahoma in 1993 where she attended Phillips University, volunteered, worked, and raised a family. She went back to college in 2009 to focus on the business end of her fine art business and majored in E-Commerce at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, a field she enjoys immensely because it utilizes both the creative and logical sides of the brain.
Beth spent a year as Website Intern for the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, taking care of everything for the website from switching A-records to taking photographs, social media, making new site pages & graphics, and editing video & content. She also did a summer website internship with NWOSU, fixing outdated links, adding to the index and transferring much of the University's old website content to the new site. She achieved an Associate in Science degree with highest honors from NOC and the Bachelor of Science in E-Commerce from NWOSU.
In May 2012 Beth also graduated with honors from NWOSU with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. After graduation, her clients have included the Regional Heritage Center (August 2012 to March 2016) as well as other area businesses and organizations. For more information, here are Beth's Personal Web Hub with resumé and digital Portfolio. Special interests are in multi-device responsive code, efficient, fast-loading sites, and website accessibility.
Committed to creating a professional, customized digital marketing presence for individuals and businesses. References are available on request.
SeeMe Digital booth at the Summer 2013 Chamber of Commerce Business Expo
SeeMe Digital's custom sign at the office, painted by Wayne Shearon. The photo doesn't really do it justice; the sign is gorgeous.
SeeMe Digital and Sx Custom Fabrication August 2012 at Wymer Brownlee's "The New PR is Spelled Customer Service" luncheon with Peter Shankman, at Northern Oklahoma College
Photograph by Alan Tarin
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