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Google Names Apogee Search As Google Website Optimizer Authorized Consultant

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

It’s a proud day today at Apogee Search.
We officially announced that Google has recognized Apogee Search as a Google Website Optimizer™ Authorized Consultant (WOAC). We are one of a select group of companies worldwide (currently only 16 total) that have been awarded this recognition by Google.
“This prestigious certification from Google Website Optimizer reflects our [...]

Recent Testimonials From Apogee Clients

Friday, September 26th, 2008

Here are some great things our clients have been saying about Apogee lately:

“Rimini Street has enjoyed working with Apogee Search for years, and our long relationship is due to the consistent, high-quality results on both paid search and natural search. Technology is a competitive industry, but we have seen great results from the campaigns, [...]

Alissa Ruehl Named Paid Marketing and PPC Editor of Search Engine Marketing Journal

Wednesday, September 17th, 2008

Apogee Search’s Alissa Ruehl, Manager of Website Effectiveness Consulting, has joined the Search Engine Marketing Journal as Editor of Paid Marketing and Pay-Per-Click.
Ruehl will participate in the peer editing process of scholarly papers written on paid search. She has been a champion for integrating paid search data into multi-level, online and offline tracking systems, [...]

Local Search Marketing Company Ranked no. 368 in Inc. 500 2008 List

Friday, August 22nd, 2008

On Wednesday, August 20, Inc. 500 ranked Apogee Search as no. 368 on its 27th annual Inc. 500 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S.
Apogee experienced an impressive three-year sales growth of 809.5%, and ranks no. 9 in the top 50 Austin/Round Rock, TX based businesses. Apogee also ranks no. 29 out [...]

New Website Effectiveness Consulting Receives Media Attention

Wednesday, August 20th, 2008

Apogee Search launched their new Website Effectiveness Consulting portfolio of services on Tuesday, August 19th and national media outlets have taken notice. Reuters,, and International Business Times are among several news and news related sites to report on Apogee’s new offerings.
The official Apogee Website Effectiveness press release was released on The press [...]

Apogee Volunteers at Local Food Bank

Wednesday, May 7th, 2008

On April 24, 2008 a sizable army of Apogeeans – the Apogee Army of Altruism –set off for the southern most tip of Austin to volunteer at the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas (CAFB).
The eighteen or so of us arrived at CAFB and made our way to the holding area to sign in [...]

5 Reasons SEM should Weather the (possible) Recession

Friday, February 8th, 2008

After more and more evidence that an economic downturn is coming, marketing departments and firms everywhere are bracing for a hit. Marketing has historically been on the receiving end of lay offs once a recession kicks in, but will this ring true for those in search engine marketing? Withstanding the dot com bust, SEM has [...]

Will Mash make Yahoo a better Number 2?

Tuesday, September 18th, 2007

In the history of monolithic number two companies there have been a variety of innovations that have shifted the market place’s attention from the leader. Pepsi made clear cola, Reebok put a .002-psi pump in a shoe, Burger King concocted some sort of Chicken French Fry, and now Yahoo is creating a social networking site.
With [...]

Did You Pickup the Wall Street Journal this Weekend?

Monday, August 27th, 2007

If so, you most likely still missed the WSJ Online article about our pay-per-post marketing efforts. The article highlights the growing interest in sponsored reviews, and also draws attention to some of the issues businesses can come across when paying for honest, 3rd party reviews of their services.
Below is a quick blurb from the article [...]

William Leake at SXSW

Wednesday, March 14th, 2007

Fixin’ Supper has a nice write up on Bill Leake’s talk yesterday at SXSW.