Pittsburgh, PA, April 13, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Pittsburgh advertising agency Beyond Spots & Dots has completed the necessary requirements to become a Google AdWords certified partner. Beyond Spots & Dots is now one of a select few companies in Pittsburgh to receive this certification. In order to become Google AdWords certified, Beyond Spots & Dots underwent extensive Google AdWords training, and later passed a series of tests necessary to gain this distinction.
Criteria for company-level Google AdWords certification include:
· A minimum Google AdWords spend of $10,000 over a 90-day period
· Passing two AdWords certification examinations
· Knowledge of new Google AdWords terms and conditions
"Internet marketing is an integral part of a business’s marketing mix, and at Beyond Spots & Dots, we believe in staying on the cutting edge of this ever-growing and important facet of advertising,” said Melanie Querry, founder of Beyond Spots & Dots. “This Google partnership allows us to give our clients confidence that we will provide the most advanced, in-depth, and tailored Google solutions.”
About Beyond Spots & Dots
Beyond Spots & Dots is a full-service advertising agency in Pittsburgh that manages all aspects of advertising and marketing, including branding, PR, corporate branding, creative design, social media management, Web development, outdoor, online, TV, radio, and print media planning and buying. Beyond Spots & Dots also provides additional services, such as market research, search engine optimization, search engine marketing, video production, and event planning.
Last summer, Inc. magazine included Beyond Spots & Dots in its 2012 “Inc. 5000” list as the 174th fastest-growing private marketing firm in the nation. In 2012, Beyond Spots & Dots was named the 23rd fastest-growing company in Pittsburgh by the Pittsburgh Business Times. Beyond Spots & Dots is currently ranked as the 16th largest advertising/PR firm in Pittsburgh, according to the Pittsburgh Business Times.
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