Innovative Web Design Company Earns Google Partner Status

Clickimize is delighted to reveal their new status as a Google Partner and unveil the key ways this will benefit their clients, improving the services available from the company.

November 15, 2019 / / —

Clickimize is proud to announce that they have earned the title of “Google Partner.” This achievement and partnership will allow CLICKimize™ to bring a whole new level of service and expertise for clients. Adding to their already stellar customer-minded service, the Google Partner status puts Clickimize on the cutting edge of any Google enhancements and updates

The partnership with Google will ensure the business will be able to provide an exceptional level of support to their clients. Clickimize will now have access to a growing number of Google beta programs, Google marketing support, and access to private Google events.

With these added amenities in their toolbelt, Clickimize firmly believes they are better prepared to make a measurable difference in any business through internet marketing efforts.

By achieving Google Partner status, Clickimize can also now proudly display a Google Partner badge on their site. According to Google, this is a sign that can show “the world that Google trusts your company.”

Additionally, Clickimize will also be listed in the Google Partner Search registry, giving them a place at the table with more than 5,000 online marketing companies that Google has endorsed.

In order to achieve Google Partner status, a company must meet several rigorous qualifications. Chief among these is an advanced knowledge of the Google Ads program and Google Ads certification.

Clickimize’s Kesar Long has over a decade of experience managing clients’ presence on Google Ads platform, and he is now bringing that expertise to the clients of Clickimize through this Google Partner status.

One of the primary considerations for a Google Partnership is a keen focus on maximizing client performance by understanding and implementing the recommended best practices put forth by Google.

Through Clickimize and his long tenure supporting the best interest of his clients online, Kesar has demonstrated a unique ability to provide consistent results in the ever-changing internet marketing landscape.

By working with Google Partners, Clickimize claims clients know that they are getting the best-of-the-best in service.

According to the company operating with certified analyst at Clickimize will provide key benefits. Clients will increase their competitive edge. Furthermore, through the Partnership status, Clickimize does have access to a variety of Google beta programs. This will allow clients to implement new Google features earlier than their competition.

Google is always updating and changing the way they manage search and as a Google Partner, Clickimize claim they will constantly be building their services around these changes. Clickimize is proud to be a Google Partner and pass these benefits along to their clients.

Clickimize managers have a great deal of knowledge of Google Ads features. With over a decade of experience and a Google Partnership, the company believes the brand is poised to help clients reach new heights, improving bottom lines and increasing ranking.

More information about Clickimize and their services can be found on the business website. Alternatively, the company can be contacted directly using the information below.

Kesar Long
CLICKimize™
13720
Old St Augustine Rd
Suite 8-299
Jacksonville,
FL 32258
(904) 600-3004
contact@clickimize.com
https://www.clickimize.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Kesar Long
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Organization: CLICKimize™
Address: 13720 Old St Augustine Rd Suite 8-299 Jacksonville, FL 32258
Phone: (904) 600-3004
Website: https://www.clickimize.com/

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