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iAcquire

By:   Date posted: August 28, 2013

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iAcquire is a leader in digital brand strategy and marketing services. Headed by industry veterans Joe Griffin and Jay Swansson, the agency services a client roster of 150+ in 15 countries. In the last year, iAcquire grew their offerings from primarily SEO to include content marketing and strategy with an in‐house team of 30 journalists, plus digital PR, reputation management, social media, creative services, and more.

If it impacts search engine and brand recognition results, iAcquire provides a service for it. The agency’s process begins with a foundation of knowledge built up by the market research and audience insights team, which provides directive throughout the process of strategizing, delivering, and measuring. From there, the agency builds a campaign tailored to each client. They employ the very best technology and process experts to tailor specific digital marketing tactics for companies ranging from mid‐sized to Fortune 100s. The agency’s burgeoning customer base includes world leaders in technology, consumer electronics, retail, ecommerce, financial services, media, entertainment, publishing, and consumer packaged goods.

iAcquire’s founders continue to seek out the best and brightest talent in digital marketing. In fact, in In 2012 alone, nearly 50 employees were hired, and an additional 20 are expected to onboard in 2013. The agency continues to retain and build talent to meet the needs of its growing client base.

iAcquire is committed to not only advancing digital footprints, but also improving the community. In the last year, iAcquire partnered with non‐profit organizations including Emily’s Toys 4 Joys, Hurricane Sandy disaster relief, Family‐to‐Family, Thanksgiving is Homeless No More, and the Prostate Cancer Foundation.

2013 Agency 100 Rank: 2

3-year Growth: 5,577%

Year Founded: 2009

Website: http://www.iacquire.com/

Twitter: @iacquire

Location:  Phoenix, AZ


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