PPI CEO, Stacy Williams, Named Finalist for Search Engine Marketer of the Year by Technology Association of Georgia

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 15, 2012

Prominent Placement, Inc. (PPI), one of the first Internet marketing and SEO companies in Atlanta, announced today that the companys CEO, Stacy Williams, has been chosen as a finalist for the Search Engine Marketer of the Year award by the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG).

TAGs 2012 Tech Marketing Awards acknowledge and pay tribute to individual achievements in the innovative use of technology to drive marketing strategies, generate new standards of excellence and achieve profitable results. The Search Engine Marketer of the Year award recognizes the most innovative marketer in Georgia whose SEO or Paid Search techniques combine art and science to achieve an outstanding ROI. Williams was chosen as a finalist from a field of over sixty nominees for the award.

Im thrilled to be considered as a finalist in the Search Engine Marketer of the Year category, says Williams. Atlanta is home to some of the best and brightest tech marketers in the world, and Im honored to be included among such a talented group.

The third annual TAG Tech Marketing Awards ceremony will be held November 15 at Defoor Centre in Atlanta.

About Prominent Placement

PPI is an award-winning Atlanta search engine marketing company that grows sales pipelines for clients nationwide by increasing online brand awareness. As a pioneer in search engine optimization (SEO) and paid search services, we consistently deliver ROI that traditional marketing channels cant touch, with a level of client service that raises the bar. Since 2001, PPI has managed SEO and paid search strategies for clients across the U.S., empowering businesses to focus on what they do best. PPIs customized solutions are backed by hard numbers, giving decision makers the confidence they need to make smarter decisions.

For more information about PPIs Internet marketing and SEO offerings, visit or call 404.373.9727.

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