Welcomes New President

SALT LAKE CITY – Former Vice President Ash Buckles took over as president of on Monday, while President Nelson James assumed a senior advisory position.

“ experienced tremendous growth over the last year,” said Mike Mann, CEO of “Ash’s new role will ensure we continue to provide our clients with world-class services and surpass the growth we’ve already undergone.”

As the vice president, Ash managed the entire search engine optimization team, led strategy for clients, and helped’s clients achieve an average ROI of more than 1,000 percent.

In the last six months, experienced its highest client retention rate, had its highest sales months ever, its most profitable months ever, created a successful small business channel, was named to the Mountain West Emerging Elite, the Utah Business Emerging Eight, and received other awards.

“My focus going forward is two-fold,” Buckles said. “First, by increasing our client’s revenue by ensuring top-page rankings in the search engines. Second, by growing our team with talented employees.”

James will stay on as a senior advisor and a part owner of, a company he helped start.

“I love this company,” James said. “I have been here since its inception. I saw it grow from two employees to nearly 100, and I’m expecting to continue to contribute to its growth.”

“I want to thank Nelson for his dedication and the role he played in’s incredible growth,” Mann said. “With Ash in place, will continue as a leader in the Internet marketing industry.”

About is a search engine optimization company that delivers a big ROI for its clients by driving traffic to their websites through aggressive search engine marketing. then turns those visitors into sales through search-optimized Web design and conversion optimization. Clients range from small startups to Fortune 100 companies. For more information, visit » Blog

January 31, 2011  Tags: , ,   Posted in: SEO / Traffic / Marketing

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