Sweet Spot Marketing Year in Review 2013: Revenues Up, New Opportunities Abound

Overland Park, KS (PRWEB) January 16, 2014

Sweet Spot Marketing, a Kansas City-area search engine marketing agency specializing in search engine optimization and paid search advertising, is celebrating 6 years of success and growth as a national-level search engine marketing and paid search advertising company.

“Speaking for everyone at Sweet Spot, I can say that 2013 was a successful year,” said David Barnes, Founder and President of Sweet Spot Marketing. “We’ve become a nationally-recognized leader in the search marketing and paid search industry. Our SEO and PPC clients across the nation have seen incredible gains from their campaigns. And although a great deal of this success can be easily attributed to the knowledge and expertise our company has gained over the last six years, I know that the rewards our company and our clients have seen in the past twelve months are largely due to the incredible amount of efficiency and teamwork our team members demonstrate on the job every day.”

In 2013, Sweet Spot Marketing saw record revenues, as well as key additions to company staff. Furthermore, Sweet Spot Marketing was again named to Inc. Magazine’s 5000 fastest-growing private companies in America. In October, the company was recognized at the annual Inc. 500|5000 Conference and Awards Ceremony in Washington DC. Going into 2014, Sweet Spot Marketing will be leveraging new business prospecting power with the addition of a number of new sales advisors to the existing sales team.

“We accomplished a lot in 2013, but we’re anxiously looking forward to the opportunities we’ll have in the coming year,” said Barnes. “The strength of our industry knowledge, our talent, and our synergy in the office is what sets us apart from most of our competitors. And with the new additions to our sales staff this January, we’re expecting to see a period of record growth beginning in 2014.”

For Sweet Spot Marketing, Year Six was a year of growth and recognition:

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