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Hot on the heels of our first acquisition earlier this month, I’ve got more big news – WordStream has just expanded its executive team, bringing on Howard Kogan as president! We’ve been growing like crazy lately – in fact we were just named the 16th fastest growing private company in Massachusetts, thanks to our growth rate of nearly 400% over the past three years.
The pace of growth here at WordStream over the past several years has been phenomenal to experience. We’ve been named to the Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest-growing private companies four years in a row, and in December we moved into an amazing new office space with more capacity to support our growth plans.
Today I’m excited to announce that WordStream has joined a small and exclusive group of companies named as trusted advisors to Microsoft’s growing customer base for search advertising through the Bing Ads Network. As an Elite Partner to Bing Ads, we will have exclusive access to trainings and breaking news which our teams here can use to provide even better service and features ...
Earlier this year, WordStream was named a Google AdWords Premier Small Business Partner (PSP), an accolade that less than 30 organizations worldwide have achieved. We were thrilled to receive such recognition for our work with the AdWords platform from Google, and recently, we were lucky enough to be recognized again – not once, but twice.
This month, WordStream Inc. became a Google AdWords Premier Small & Medium-Sized Business (SMB) Partner, joining a small group of highly qualified companies. This means that effective immediately, clients will receive the benefit of WordStream’s Client Success and Managed Services teams working with Google regularly to optimize the performance of their campaigns.
It was a wager that almost had to happen. A couple of weeks before the Seattle Seahawks faced off against the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX, WordStream entered into a friendly bet with Bing. With Bing based in Washington and WordStream based in Boston, it was as if fate itself had intervened. The bet itself was simple.