WebiMax 2011 – A Powerful Start
John Borkowski, March 10, 2011
So far in 2011, we have learned so much. Oil is surging over Middle East conflict, Charlie Sheen is winning with TigerBlood, and social media is being used in a whole new way by advertisers (see our blog titled “Social Media – The New Marketing”). One more thing learned is the strong start to the year that WebiMax is off to, illustrated through 3rd party ranking organizations and their recent coverage in media outlets.
TopSeos.com, the independent authority on ranking internet marketing companies, has ranked WebiMax #1 in the United States in Search Engine Optimization, Local Search, Web Design, Landing Page Optimization, Reputation Management, E-Commerce, and Multilingual SEO for 2011. TopSeos.com offers a full analysis on their website.
Kenneth C. Wisnefski, Founder and CEO, announced that “2011 is on pace for the growth that we anticipated. We are currently in the process of launching our proprietary seo management tool and expanding our reach further across the U.S. and abroad with offices in the United States in Boston and Chicago and abroad in Australia, Canada and Spain.”
A huge proponent for WebiMax’s success is in their abilities to recruit and hire the most talented employees. The management team at WebiMax, led by a serial web entrepreneur, brings with them many years of experience in the industry and has kept the company alert to changing trends in internet marketing.
For example, Google’s algorithms are continuously evolving to ensure only the best websites with original content populate their search engine results. Google changed their view on techniques that were acceptable in the early stages in SEO. The management team at WebiMax noticed this evolving trend and adapted their business model to stay one step ahead of the landscape. While other companies were being penalized by black-hat SEO tactics, WebiMax continued their ethical approach and continued their growth.
“We are ahead of schedule at reaching our target revenue # of $10 million of 2011 and look forward to rest of the year”, states Wisnefski.