Gen3 Marketing Named “Agency of the Year”

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Gen3 Marketing has been named “Agency of the Year” at this year's CJYou Awards (2014).

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Our team is passionate, thoughtful, strategic, and incredibly hardworking. Winning this award six years in a row is certainly evidence of that.

Gen3 Marketing has been named “Agency of the Year” at the 2014 CJYou Awards, marking the sixth consecutive year the company has won this award, earning it for the first time in 2009.

The CJYou Awards recognize the top advertisers, publishers, and agencies who have demonstrated significant growth and success with their affiliate marketing programs over the past year.

“We truly appreciate that one of the criteria for this award continues to be quantifiable growth. Our team is passionate, thoughtful, strategic, and incredibly hardworking. Winning this award six years in a row is certainly evidence of that,” says Mike Tabasso, principal at Gen3 Marketing.

The winners were announced and presented their awards on Wednesday, September 10, 2014, during the CJ University (CJU) conference in Santa Barbara, Ca. The “Agency of the Year” winner was selected based on criteria that include “growth based on client sales, publisher votes, and CJ relationships fostered and delivered.”

This news follows Gen3 Marketing’s recent appearance on Inc. magazine’s 2014 Inc. 5000, a list that ranks the top 5,000 fastest-growing independent companies in the United States.

Led by principals Andy Cantos and Mike Tabasso, the team at Gen3 Marketing works with over 80 clients across a wide spectrum of industries, from retail to financial services. In addition to being a six-time CJYou “Agency of the Year,” Gen3 Marketing has also been recognized as a “Top 10 Affiliate Marketing Vendor” by Internet Retailer.

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Gen3 Marketing is a Philadelphia-based, award-winning, industry-leading, full-service marketing agency, specializing in affiliate management, paid search management, and search engine optimization.

See more at gen3marketing.com.

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