29 Dec '11, 5pm

Celebrates Growth in 2011

SEO.com Celebrates Growth in 2011 Pat Parkinson , December 29, 2011 0 Comments Share Tweet In an economy comparable to a stormy sea, where many companies struggle to keep their heads above water, SEO.com has found solid ground, having been recognized several times this year for its rapid growth and increasing revenue. As the year closes, SEO.com is celebrating its success after receiving a handful of awards. “We’ve seen continued growth and prosperity,” said Ash Buckles, president of SEO.com. “Our employees have amped up both the quality of their work, as well as their efficiency. We’re proud to have a team that dedicates themselves to our clients.” SEO.com grew during the recession as many other businesses closed their doors. The search marketing company has been so successful that within the past two years its staff has expanded from about 45 employees to nearly 100. Int...

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