Seattle, WA (PRWEB) August 27, 2012
Point It, a Seattle based search engine marketing firm, landed on the Inc. 5000, a list that annually ranks the top 5,000 fastest-growing companies in the country. The honor places Point It alongside high flyers such as SugarSync, Livestream, and Campus Book Rentals.
The Inc. 5000 is determined by a company’s revenue growth in the past three years. The award is hosted by Inc. magazine, a New York City-based magazine that was founded in 1979. Inc. sponsors an awards ceremony for its honorees each year, with past attendees including former President Bill Clinton and author Marshall Goldsmith.
“We are delighted to be one of the Inc. 5000,” said Frank Coyle, President of Point It. “We are on track for our third consecutive record year, the result of outstanding work by our employees.”
Point It (http://www.pointit.com) specializes in search engine marketing and conversion rate optimization, helping clients achieve maximum exposure and sales through innovative campaigns tailored to their individual needs. For more than a decade, Point It has helped businesses improve their online visibility. Even companies with the most technical subject matter can appear at the top of search results, which can send numerous extra customers their way.
In addition to paid search placement, Point It also helps customers with search engine optimization. By staying apprised of the latest search engine technology, the company is able to leverage the best possible marketing strategy for each individual client.
Point It’s clients include companies such as Microsoft, ShareBuilder, AT&T, Value Village, and many others. Businesses report noticeable success after enlisting Point It’s expertise.
“It’s a great honor, especially during these economically challenging times. It proves that advertisers will continue to entrust their media dollars with agencies that can show a positive return,” said Point It’s founder Jon Lisbin.
This is Point It’s first year on the Inc. 5000 list. Inc. is geared toward owners of businesses that are growing and the 5000 list is an extension of the Inc. 500, a list of the 500 fastest-growing companies.
"We depend on Inc. 500/5000 companies to spur innovation, provide jobs, and drive the economy forward,” said Inc. editor Eric Schurenberg. “Growth companies, not large corporations, are where the action is."
Point It debuted on the list at #3089, with robust three-year growth of 69%. During this time, Point It doubled its staff and nearly doubled its annual revenue. The Inc. ranking placed Point It as the 70th fastest-growing business in Seattle. Top Seattle-based companies on the list include software company DBBest Technologies, video camera manufacturer Contour, and camera accessories retailer BlackRapid.
Point It looks forward to adding many more clients in the next year, leading to even more growth. Successes such as these provide confirmation that Point It is staying true to its mission to help businesses while making an impression on the industry.