Did-it, a full-service online advertising and marketing services company, has been qualified as a Certified Ambassador Agency by Yahoo! Search Marketing. The Yahoo! Search Marketing Certified Ambassador tier is designed to meet the needs of higher-performing agencies, SEMs and other search marketing resellers who channel a considerable amount of their clients’ quarterly ad-spend to Yahoo! Search Marketing.
According to Yahoo! Search Marketing:
The Certified Ambassador tier is designed to meet the needs of high-performing agencies, search engine marketers (SEMs) and other resellers who channel large amounts of business to Yahoo! Search Marketing. Prior to attaining Certified Ambassador status, all program participants must prove their success as Ambassadors.
Yahoo! Search Marketing Certified Ambassadors receive prioritized service.
The Sponsored Search Certified Ambassador designation is designed to enable search engine marketing companies to list their clients in sponsored search results across the Web. It allows the search engine marketing company to control their clients’ position by the amount the client bids on keywords and pays only when a customer clicks through to the client’s web site.
Did-it is a full-service online advertising and marketing services firm and the industry leader in search engine marketing. With award-winning expertise in search engine marketing, auctioned media management and targeted online advertising, Did-it has been leading the evolution of online marketing with its blend of technology, intelligence and passion since 1996. Through its multi-disciplinary methodology, Did-it combines top-tier Search Engine Marketing Strategy, sophisticated analytics and modeling, and best-of-breed technology to produce unmatched SEM results for its clients. Did-it was co-founded by Executive Chairman, Kevin Lee.
Did-it recently caught a considerable amount of attention from their peers (other search engine marketing consultants and other search engine marketing firms) when Threadwatch, a popular marketing and technology web site, sponsored a contest which involved one of Did-It’s employees, Dave Pasternack. The goal of the contest was to see which search engine marketer could “outrank” others in a SEO contest. The winner of the contest was later announced.