New York, NY (PRWEB) September 3, 2009
NETexponent, an online performance marketing agency based in New York City, was recently recognized by Inc. Magazine on their annual 'Inc. 500|5000'. This list of 5000 privately held companies highlights those that have had significant growth in the past four years.
In the four year period since 2005, NETexponent has grown from $1.7 million to $6.1 million in yearly revenue. Because of this 260.9% growth rate, the agency earned the overall rank of 1,216 on the list. Given NETexponent's performance-based pricing structure for their affiliate marketing and search marketing services, growth in revenue for the agency has meant significant growth in revenue for their clients as well.
"We are honored to be featured on the list and proud to say that our achievement is tied directly to our clients' success. Our team has implemented aggressive online marketing techniques since our founding in 2001, and we have a developed an impressive record of successful campaigns," noted NETexponent CEO Peter Figueredo.
The growth rate stands out considerably because NETexponent operates in the advertising and marketing industry, which had a much lower average growth of 20% among the Inc. 500|5000 list of companies. NETexponent was 109th of the 400 companies in the 'Advertising and Marketing' industry that made the 2009 list and faired even better in their region by ranking 92nd in the NY Metro area, which is one of the most competitive areas.
NETexponent is a full-service online performance marketing agency based in New York City. Since 2001, NETexponent has developed efficiency-driven search marketing and affiliate marketing programs for premier clients. Our ground-breaking strategies and holistic approach to performance marketing help our clients achieve aggressive goals while maintaining brand integrity.
About the Inc. 500|5000:
The Inc. 500|5000 is ranked according to percentage revenue growth from 2005 through 2008. To qualify, companies must have been founded and generating revenue by the first week of 2005, and therefore able to show four full calendar years of sales. Additionally, they have to be U.S.-based, privately held, for profit, and independent as of December 31, 2008.