Search Engine Marketing Firm Medium Blue Listed Among the Top 30 SEO Firms in the World
February 02, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsMedium Blue Search Engine Marketing (www.mediumblue.com), a national search engine optimization company, has been named to a list of January’s top 30 search engine optimization firms in the world by topseos.com, a trusted resource for the evaluation of Internet marketing vendors.
“We’re pleased to be the only Georgia firm, and one of only 30 firms in the world, included on this competitive list,” said Scott Buresh, president and CEO of Medium Blue. “It’s gratifying that our dedication to customer service and to delivering world class results has been recognized by a highly respected organization such as topseos.com.”
“After careful evaluation, we selected Medium Blue for our list of top 30 search engine optimization firms. Through our rigorous evaluation process, we identified Medium Blue as a company to meet our stringent criteria for inclusion,” said Bill Peden, Director, topseos.com. The directory, which was founded in 2002, evaluates several aspects of search engine optimization firms when establishing its list. Among its criteria, the company considers a firm’s competitive advantages; superiority of pricing and services; average response time; time-to-resolution for client problems; and average ratings for customer service, efficiency, and overall performance.
About Medium Blue
Medium Blue Search Engine Marketing (www.mediumblue.com) is an Atlanta search engine optimization company servicing a national client base, including Boston Scientific, Callaway Gardens, Cirronet, and Vector Networks. Medium Blue’s services include search engine optimization, visitor conversion, and online public relations. The company’s experts in these areas are recognized industry leaders and have been featured in numerous publications, including ZDNet, WebProNews, MarketingProfs, DarwinMag, SiteProNews, SEO Today, ISEDB.com, and Search Engine Guide and contributed to Building Your Business with Google for Dummies (Wiley, 2004).