Beyond Spots & Dots Earns Premier Google Partner Status
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Pittsburgh advertising agency, Beyond Spots & Dots, has been named a Premier Google Partner. The agency first earned Partner status in 2014, and has elevated its standing to the Premier level as a direct result of its extraordinary expertise and efforts on behalf of clients. As a Premier Google Partner, Beyond Spots & Dots has been trusted by Google as a certified expert with demonstrated proven success using industry best practices.
Beyond Spots & Dots stays ahead of the curve by working with Google to help clients get the most out of their marketing budgets using the latest Google tools. In order to achieve Premier Partner status, companies must participate in AdWords certification exams that demonstrate expertise in both managing Google accounts and maintaining minimum spending levels. Google AdWords certified employees administer and monitor the internet advertising efforts of clients.
Agency CEO, Andreas Beck, understands the value of Google Partnership and the opportunities it brings. “In earning Premier Google Partner standing, Beyond Spots & Dots has established itself as an expert in internet advertising. Both our clients and our prospects know that their ad campaigns will be handled efficiently and optimized with precision.”
For more information about Google Partners and Premier Google Partners, visit Support.Google.com/Partners.
About Beyond Spots & Dots
Established in 2006, Beyond Spots & Dots is a full-service advertising agency in Pittsburgh, PA dedicated to planning, creating and handling advertising and marketing for a variety of clients. Agency services range from digital, TV, radio and print advertising to public relations, web development and SEO. Visit BeyondSpotsAndDots.com to learn how to increase your company’s share of voice.
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