MOUNT LAUREL, NJ – Kenneth Wisnefski, founder and CEO of WebiMax, the leading search engine optimization firm, announced an impressive first-half of 2012, and further indicated that “WebiMax is strengthening its processes and strategically revitalizing our products to better serve clients and continue to gain precious market share in the online marketing sector.”
According to a research study conducted by eMarketer, online advertising spending will surpass print advertising for the first time in 2012, and is projected to reach $40 billion. Furthermore, online advertising spending is expected to reach $62 billion by 2016.
Wisnefski announced “2012 is a pivotal year for online marketers because advertisers have had some time to digest the results of other online marketing initiatives they have seen, and are starting to understand its real impact on brand visibility, and ultimately their revenue.”
WebiMax is certainly feeling the impact of a growing industry as evidenced by their success in the first half of 2012. Revenue is up more than 5,600 percent from 2008, and the company is strengthening its balance sheet and income statement in order to further expand operations and continue to reinvest in the company including key areas of personnel and technology / innovation. In addition, the company is on-pace to surpass 2011 revenues by a projected 150 percent.
In June, WebiMax announced the addition of Bill Slawski. Slawski is the owner and operator of SEO by the Sea, a leading online resource for industry news, announcements, and statistics. Mr. Slawski covers Google, Inc. and other related industry movers. In addition, he successfully predicted the launch of Google Plus, a social networking site launched by Google in November of 2011.
In a recent company email, Wisnefski announced “Ultimately, in today’s ever competitive global market, it is very easy for businesses to fail from poor performance. Fortunately, WebiMax has been able to leverage a growing industry and refine our processes with the changes to the global market to compete with larger and well-funded organizations. The second half of 2012 looks promising for WebiMax, as the company continues to reinvest in their core products and services and personnel. In addition, the company has experience a 200 percent increase in new client acquisition in 2012.
Led by serial web entrepreneur Kenneth Wisnefski, WebiMax has become the leader in online marketing services, including a focus on Search Engine Optimization, Search Engine Marketing, Paid Search and PPC, Website Design and Development, Reputation Management, and more. The company was selected as one of America’s Most Promising Companies (2011) by Forbes Magazine and recently awarded one of Philadelphia’s Fastest Growing Companies (2012 and 2011) by the Philadelphia Business Journal. WebiMax employs over 100 personnel in 12 offices including 8 U.S. based, and 4 International. Visit http://www.webimax.com/ for more information.
MOUNT LAUREL, NJ — (May 24, 2012) – Kenneth Wisnefski, founder and CEO of WebiMax, a leading search engine optimization firm, announced today that the company will host a webinar discussing Google, Inc.’s recent Penguin algorithm update and the future of internet marketing on June 5th at 2:00pm EST. The Penguin was released in late April and is a major update to the search engine’s algorithm and has impacted the entire search community.
“I am pleased to announce that this webinar will be hosted by WebiMax’s own Todd Bailey, Vice President of Marketing and Digital Strategy, Michael Stricker, SEO and Social Media Strategist, and Chris Countey, Director of SEO Strategy,” states Wisnefski. “Our experts will discuss relevancy, SEO signals (including links, social & relevancy), the impact of the Penguin update and how to recover, Google’s Knowledge Graph, and more.”
Google states the Penguin update is another necessary step toward eliminating spammy websites from their search engine, and further declared there are over 50 updates each month, causing webmasters to scramble to stay informed.
“WebiMax employs some of the most talented webmasters in the search community and feels it is necessary to host this type of webinar,” exclaims Todd Bailey. “We have the resources in personnel and experience to be able to discuss best practices including how to adjust your website to the Penguin update and further discuss the future of internet marketing.”
The Penguin update webinar is open to the public but has a limited amount of seats. It will take place on June 5th at approximately 2:00pm EST. All interested may register here.
Led by serial web entrepreneur Ken Wisnefski, WebiMax has established themselves as a global leader in SEO services, E-commerce solutions, social media, web design, pay-per-click management and reputation management. The company was voted one of America’s Most Promising Companies (2011) by Forbes Magazine and recently awarded one of Philadelphia’s Fastest Growing Companies (2012 and 2011) by the Philadelphia Business Journal. WebiMax employs over 150 personnel in 12 offices including 8 U.S. based, and 4 International. Visit http://www.webimax.com/ for more information.
As Google continues to update their search algorithms, it seems as though they are updated every-day. Actually, they are! Matt Cutts announced that they “change the algorithms all time time”. The most recent and talked about changes include the infamous Panda Update, and then there was Panda 2.0, Panda 3.0, and so on.
We give a whole heck of a lot of credit to Google for taking the necessary steps to improve the search industry, and continue to weed-out the unethical and unscrupulous firms that cheat the systems and populate the search results with poor quality and useless webpages (including linkfarms, and faulty domains).
Announced by SEOmoz, they have created a platform that indicates every single Google algorithm update – going 8 years back. This is useful to those that wish to know the type of algorithm changes have taken place over the past, however it is impossible to study in order to predict the next change. This is due to the face that there are changes almost every day, as indicated by Cutts.
Google continues to commit to only delivering high-quality search results. Typical fashion of a local clothing store only selling the highest quality clothing and not letting poorer designers enter.
Since the SEO industry is virtually unregulated, it makes sense that the industry leader (Google holds 66% market share in online search) is the primary player taking steps toward only populating original, quality content. Fortunately, there are genuine, Ethical SEO firms that practice white-hat SEO.