NY Times – Fruition client featured in Sunday edition

Posted on June 26, 2009 • Written by Brad Anderson

Nothing like a timely update about exciting client news. Last Sunday Guestofaguest.com, a Fruition.net search marketing client, was featured in the NY Times. Now, I know writing this nearly a week later is a bit tardy. Nevertheless, everyone at Fruition.net is excited to see another one of our clients get some great press. It was certainly a busy week here in Denver so better late than never.

Guestofaguest.com is the perfect model of a new media web site. GofG features relevant news, has a very targeted audience, develops informative content, and has several great features on the site that you can’t find anywhere else. That’s all stuff that shows how talented the crew at guestofaguest.com is. So how did Fruition.net help? Like all of our clients, we offer relevant advice (and services) on how to structure a site and tailor original content in order to capture as many unique visitors as possible from Google, Yahoo!, Bing, and the social media sites including Facebook and Twitter. In GofG’s case these services help them receive over 2 million page views a month.

Our team here at Fruition.net includes experienced SEO copywriters, programmers, designers, and usability experts. With our team and the years of experience behind it, we can take your company’s original ideas and ensure they generate enough website traffic as possible. We do this so you don’t have to learn the ins and outs of search marketing and social media promotions (especially Facebook & Twitter).

Again, we’re always excited when we see one of our clients get some big time press. If you haven’t checked out GuestofaGuest.com for the latest in NYC night life news do so, or read the entire NY Times piece to find out more about their unique backgrounds and business model.

Brad Anderson

Written by Brad Anderson

Brad Anderson is the Executive Director and Founder of Fruition. Brad’s focus is supporting Fruition’s team to enable sustainable growth and excellent client satisfaction (EBITDA growth). With a strong statistical background, Brad built Fruition’s in-house software that is used to manage client success.

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