Add3 – Digital Marketing Agency with offices in Seattle & Portland

2007 was a big year for our little Portland Oregon search engine marketing firm. I wanted to touch on a few key things to illustrate how far we’ve come in the last year, and I want to say thanks to the team, our partners & colleagues, and of course our clients for making 2007 another fantastic year for us. As I look back at my goals for 2007 (as laid out in our end-of-2006 press release), we were able to meet every single goal.

We represented by presenting at the following events & conferences:

  • SEMpdx SearchFest 07 (PDX)
  • Innotech (PDX)
  • Search Engine Strategies (NYC & San Jose)
  • SEMpdx 6 pack, Networking, & Hot Seat events (PDX)

We introduced new SEM services:

  • Blog development, implementation & marketing support
  • Social Media Marketing & Optimization
  • Landing Page Optimization
  • Press Release Optimization

Amplify Interactive has grown:

  • We launched this blog
  • Employee head count increased 100%
  • We maintained another year of 50% revenue growth
  • Our client roster increased 50%
  • We established competitive employment practices & policies: 401k with match, health insurance, telecommuting policy, tri-met passes, performance bonuses & more
  • We drank beer and we bowled our asses off – check out the pictures on our Flickr group page

Thanks from Amplify-Interactive. Here’s looking forward to an even better 2008!

Amplify Interactive 2007 Portland Winter Ale Fest

Ben Lloyd

About Ben Lloyd

Ben Lloyd serves as Principal at Add3 and manages the agency's Portland office.  Ben got his start in SEM way back in 1999 - when there was like, 15 search engines and Google was barely a thing. Prior to Add3, Ben had founded Amplify Interactive in 2003 (which was acquired by Add3 in 2013), and hasn't looked back since. Ben likes lots of stuff like golf, pinball, food(ie), booze/beer/wine - in that order, etc. Mostly - he likes doing that stuff with his friends. Ben is also co-founder of SEMpdx. Connect with Ben on LinkedIn

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