Propel Marketing becomes Google Adwords Premier SMB Partner
QUINCY, Mass: Massachusetts based provider of digital marketing products and services for local businesses, Propel Marketing announced their partnership with Google as a Google Adwords Premier Small & Medium Sized Business (SMB) Partner. Having years of experience in delivering high-performing AdWords campaigns for small and medium-sized businesses, the company is now one among the select group of strategic partners which meets Google’s most stringent eligibility and training requirements.
“We are extremely excited to expand our relationship with Google by becoming one of their Premier SMB Partners,” said Pete Cannone, Chief Executive Officer at Propel Marketing. “This distinction underscores our commitment to small and medium-sized businesses. It will provide us with insights, training, and support all designed to help us better serve our valued clients, and continue delivering quality results." he added.
The Google AdWords Premier SMB Partner Program connects experienced AdWords partners with businesses that want expert help in creating, managing and optimizing their online advertising campaigns. In-depth AdWords expertise, campaign management, detailed reporting customer support, marketing guidance etc. are some of the benefits that SMB may obtain from the Google AdWords Premier SMB Partners.
“The Google AdWords Premier SMB Partner Program was created to help small and medium-sized businesses who don’t have the time or resources to manage their advertising campaigns,” says Ben Wood, head of Google’s Americas channel sales partnerships. “Our PSP partners like Propel Marketing offer expertise, experience, and end-to-end customer service, so business owners can focus on running their businesses.” he added.
“Our Search Engine Marketing service remains a cornerstone of our product offerings because of how effectively it connects small businesses to local customers,” said Aman Devgan, Chief Marketing Officer at Propel Marketing. “Propel is committed to ensuring we remain a trusted marketing advisor for the millions of small and medium-sized business owners across the country.” he concluded.
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