Category Archives: Ken Wisnefski


Cyber Monday is traditionally the day in which consumers kick-off the holiday buying season with online purchases. Cyber Monday however may become Cyber Weekend 2011, as Kenneth C. Wisnefski, founder and CEO of WebiMax announced “online retailers and merchants have largely invested in E-commerce, online ads and ramping up their


WebiMax has earned various distinctions this year, including the Interactive Media Award for Best in Class Marketing Website, Philadelphia Business Journal’s Best Place to Work, Southern New Jersey’s Fastest Growing Company and others. (See achievements). Perhaps one of the most important accolades is the one that founder and CEO Ken Wisnefski instilled in the company read more…


Kenneth C. Wisnefski, founder and CEO of WebiMax, the top rated online marketing firm specializing in search engine optimization, announced that Google’s “Panda” update is taking on a new strategy in combating unscrupulous website domains. The Panda update is a tweaking of Google’s search algorithm that aims to flag websites who lack original and quality read more…


Kenneth C. Wisnefski, founder and CEO of WebiMax, announced that the company launched a new website in the United Kingdom, WebiMax.UK. The U.S. based leader in search engine marketing completed a global expansion in April, 2011, including opening a European operations center in London. Wisnefski addressed the company in an email stating “I am pleased read more…


President Obama introduced the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace Plan in April, 2011. The new plan calls for a proposed single authentication system that acts as a sole online identity for consumers. The plan, however, may inversely increase the extent of fraud committed against Americans. Essentially creating a master key to ones online read more…


Facebook rolled out several updates to their social media platform on Wednesday. This came one day earlier than expected, as the social media titan was likely to make the announcements today at the F8 summit in San Francisco. The new updates have made users more dissatisfied than impressed. Kenneth C. Wisnefski, founder and CEO of read more…