On June 25th, Captivate was named Atlanta Marketer of the Year (AMY) for the SEO category. The award was earned based on Captivate’s successful SEO campaign for Window Film Depot, a local Atlanta company that has expanded its national web presence with the help of Captivate’s Search First® Approach. As a finalist against local rivals Swarm Agency and Nebo Agency, Captivate proved that a small search marketing firm could outperform the work of much larger agencies.
Captivate Search Marketing has been nominated as a 2019 finalist for two AMY Award categories in Search Marketing (SEO) and Paid Search Marketing (PPC). The AMY Awards, which are lead by the Atlanta Marketing Association (AMA), are designed to recognize local companies and professionals who have crafted innovative digital marketing campaigns and produced outstanding results for their clients.
Among the top five cities in the U.S. for SEO jobs, Atlanta claimed the #4 position next to Chicago, Boston, and Phoenix. Atlanta’s ranking, which is an improvement from last year, reflects a new 2017 job market study conducted by Sandbox SEO.
Depending on the keyword query, there are many different ways in which local business results are shown on Google search. In this post, we go into greater detail behind the types of search results that local businesses can leverage for greater visibility. From local SEO to PPC advertising, there are many ways to help your local business become found in Google search.
At Captivate Search Marketing in Atlanta, we can help you actualize a search first Internet marketing program with a cross-platform approach that generates results and grows your business. See how we bring cohesion to SEO, web design, usability, social media, and content marketing to craft comprehensive and effective Internet marketing programs.
Have you heard the news? According to research done by Conductor, Atlanta rankings in the top 5 cities throughout the U.S. for SEO career opportunities. Compared to last year's top cities for SEO jobs, Atlanta experienced a boost from #10 in the U.S. to the #5 spot in 2016. Fueled by an insurgence of tech industry job growth, Atlanta also ranks as one of the top 10 "momentum markets" in the U.S. for technology-driven demand.