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Best Pay per Click Management Companies Announced by topseos.com for August 2014

NAPLES, FL--(Marketwired - August 27, 2014) - The independent authority on search marketing solutions, topseos.com, has reported the one hundred top PPC management firms in the August 2014 edition of the ratings published online. Businesses looking for esteemed PPC management firms access the ratings at topseos.com. Each firm highlighted within the ratings has been put through a thorough examination to identify how well they perform compared to industry standards and competitors.

These services are judged in order to establish which produce the best overall pay per click management solution. This is achieved through the use of a set of analysis criteria consisting of five criteria of evaluation used to measure and compare services based on the most important aspects of these solutions. The five criteria of analysis used during this process include keyword selection, automation, create effective ads, campaign analysis, and CPA minimization.

The 100 best PPC management firms for August 2014 are:

1. JumpFly

2. New Jupiter Media

3. 180Fusion

4. Web Talent Marketing

5. Hanapin Marketing

6. Geary LSF Group

7. Zero Company

8. Smarty Media

9. Forward Digital

10. OneIMS - Integrated Marketing Solutions

11. Leverage Marketing

12. PPC Professionals

13. Relevant Response

14. VJG Interactive

15. Reputation Rhino

16. Direct Online Marketing

17. ICrossing

18. EVisibility

19. Reprise Media

20. Mediative

21. Ppc

22. Local Management

23. Razorfish

24. Morpheus Media

25. KeyRelevance

26. Optiem

27. SEER Interactive

28. Efficient Frontier Inc

29. Outrider

30. RedFly Marketing

31. WebRanking

32. Internet Marketing Inc.

33. Spark Inbound Marketing

34. Netvantage Marketing

35. Marcel Media

36. 7strategy SEO & PPC Agency

37. Best Rank

38. Jenesys Group

39. Jellyfish

40. LoveClients

41. The DG Group

42. Avalaunch Media

43. Levert Marketing

44. Exults

45. Distilled

46. IProspect

47. .Com Marketing

48. 01webmarketing.com

49. 20/20 Creatives

50. 21st Century Technologies

51. 360Partners, LP

52. G3 Group

53. Resolution Media

54. Elliance

55. Softline Solutions

56. Search Influence

57. Accelerated Freelance

58. TargetClick Marketing Solutions

59. Fusion92

60. Titan SEO

61. Greybox Creative

62. Get Found First

63. 323 Ventures

64. Key Position

65. Sebo Marketing

66. Evantage Consulting

67. Fathom

68. 540 SEO

69. SoVi Digital

70. 3Sixty Interactive

71. VisionPoint Marketing

72. Terrakon Marketing

73. Hit Exposure

74. ESearch Agency

75. Leadgenix

76. Ephricon Web Marketing

77. ROI Revolution

78. SEO Logic

79. UpWord Search Marketing

80. Search Placement

81. 15miles

82. Found Search Marketing

83. ReadyBUZZ

84. NetX

85. KBK Marketing

86. SDH Interactive Corp

87. RepuVision

88. Industrial Traffic

89. Perfexion

90. Reciprocal Consulting Inc

91. Qualified Impressions

92. A to Z Net Ventures

93. Flyline Search Marketing

94. ProspectMX

95. 003SEOCompany

96. Exclusive Concepts

97. Target Logic

98. Adcore Technologies

99. Net Media Group

100. AJC IT Solutions

ABOUT topseos.com

topseos.com is an online provider of independent reviews and ratings. The ratings of the top search engine marketing agencies are released monthly to assist businesses in connecting with PPC management agencies which feature a history of effective solutions. Thousands of search engine marketing agencies are put to the test while only the absolute best agencies are featured in the ratings.

For the rankings of the best pay per click management services visit:

http://topseos.news-prs.com/us/pay-per-click-management-rankings

Pay per click management companies interested in being evaluated and named can visit:

http://topseos.news-prs.com/us/apply-for-rankings

Contact Information
Marc Stephens
Phone: 800-874-2458
9045 Strada Stell Ct.
Naples, FL 34109

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