July 11, 2011
Slingshot SEO, dedicated to providing digital relevance for deserving brands, has opened two California sales offices to serve the company’s rapidly-growing client base.
“As we are continuing to grow our client base in California, we felt it was time to hire two full-time SEO experts dedicated to the West and Silicon Valley,” said Aaron Aders, co-founder and chief operation officer for Slingshot SEO.
Alison MacDonald has joined Slingshot SEO and will lead Slingshot SEO’s San Francisco office, serving clients in the Silicon Valley and Pacific Northwest. An experienced sales and marketing professional specializing in building long-term client relationships, MacDonald has previously worked for Business Wire, Trellian, and Schneider Logistics.
Shaun Savage will lead Slingshot SEO’s office in San Diego, serving clients in southern California and the southwest United States. Savage worked most recently for Conductor (now iAcquire) and was a top producing sales professional for the company. He has also worked for Philly.com/The Philadelphia Inquirer.
“As we review our growth strategy, we will continue to open offices around the country to connect with additional deserving brands and to serve the demands of our growing client portfolio,” Aaron Aders said.
About Slingshot SEO
Founded in 2006, Slingshot SEO is a professional search engine optimization practice whose full-service strategic consulting and internet marketing services deliver unparalleled results for its enterprise SEO clients. Slingshot’s tight, business-impacting plans enable clients to conquer search with confidence. The company’s results are driven by a tireless passion to master the science of search. In May 2011, Slingshot SEO was recognized as the “IT Company of the Year” at TechPoint’s Mira Awards, the premier technology awards program in the state of Indiana. For more information about Slingshot SEO and to read customer reviews, visit http://www.slingshotseo.com.
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