|By PR Newswire||
|September 3, 2014 08:40 AM EDT||
CARLSBAD, Calif., Sept. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Easily one of the most prestigious lists in the nation, the Inc. Top 25 List of the Fastest Growing Companies means so much to companies of all sizes. Unique marketing company MaxAudience has just made the infrastructure and processes changes necessary to break into the top 25 of that list within the next three years.
Making The List
It takes quite a bit to even approach an honor like this one. With big brands like Toys R Us and Zappos having been previously part of the list, the goal is to give readers a look at a broad spectrum of success in America. Companies are ranked according to the percentage growth of annual revenue over a three year period. They must be privately held and ready to submit documentation of their revenue growth over the three year period. Despite the rigors of the process, MaxAudience is ready.
"Our company is attracting new clients all of the time thanks to our unique position in the world of marketing. We know it's a tough road to follow, but it's certainly one for which we're ready," said Mark McIntyre, Co-Founder and CEO of Max Audience.
A Different Kind of Marketing
When most people contact a marketing company, they expect a plan to give them visibility and creative exposure. What they may not expect, though, is a hard look at the numbers behind their company, but that's exactly what drives MaxAudience.
"We have a process that no one else can match. Today's world is data driven, but no one uses that approach to marketing except us. To date, it's all ideas and approaches. We take a follow the data approach that factors in serious metrics, and at the end of the day, that means a bulletproof marketing plan," said Matt Smith, Co-Founder and CMO of MaxAudience.
One of the fastest growing marketing companies in San Diego, MaxAudience's unique data driven process helps clients dominate their marketplace, and become the best of their niche.
Visit MaxAudience at http://www.maxaudience.com to learn more.
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