Marketers and advertisers in overseas markets are witnessing the dominating effects of U.S. based online marketing services.
Mount Laurel, NJ (PRWEB) April 06, 2012
Kenneth Wisnefski, founder and CEO of WebiMax, a leading search engine optimization firm, announced that WebiMax [the company] has seen a major growth in overseas markets through Q1 of 2012. In particular, the company has successfully partnered with over 200% more clients in Asian and European markets.
“WebiMax became better-known in overseas markets through the end of 2011, and have successfully penetrated these markets where SEO services have become a major focus,” states Wisnefski.
The growth in demand for SEO is expected to steadily to rise over the next 4 years. Forrester’s Interactive Marketing Forecast for 2011-2016 indicates interactive marketing will reach $77 billion, or 26% of all marketing by 2016. Online search will represent $33 billion, or approximately 42% of that figure.
“Marketers and advertisers in overseas markets are witnessing the dominating effects of U.S. based online marketing services,” states Wisnefski. “That coupled with the rise in globalization has introduced our services to markets that lack reputable services agencies in their own countries.”
WebiMax finished their strongest year yet with revenue increasing over 400% year-over-year from 2010. As the company continues to enter emerging markets, 2012 is expected to become the most profitable year yet for WebiMax.
Led by serial web entrepreneur Ken Wisnefski, WebiMax has established themselves as a global leader in SEO services, E-commerce solutions, social media, web design, pay-per-click management and reputation management. The company is projected to gross $15 million in revenue this year. They have over 150 employees and 12 offices including 8 U.S. based, and 4 International. Visit http://www.webimax.com/ for more information.