Columbus Internet Marketing Firm, Webbed Marketing, Achieves Several Business and Marketing Awards

By November 30, 2009 Fathom Culture No Comments

Webbed Marketing, a social media marketing and search engine optimization
company in central Ohio, earned several awards from local and national
organizations for their work in Internet marketing, including
recognition from the Columbus Chamber of Commerce, Business First of
Columbus, the Association of Marketing and Communications Professionals
(AMCP) and TechColumbus.

The Columbus Chamber of Commerce awarded Webbed Marketing’s CEO and founder, Bill Balderaz, with the Small Business Leader of the Year
award. A panel of Chamber members voted to determine Balderaz the Small
Business Leader of the Year, after he was nominated by an outside
party. The award recognizes a prominent business leader for what they
bring to the Columbus region and how they inspire others. According to
the Chamber, Columbus is known for its spirit of entrepreneurship, and
leaders like Balderaz contribute greatly to the local economy.

“Earning Small Business Leader of the Year was a tremendous honor for
me, and my team at Webbed Marketing,” Balderaz said. “At Webbed
Marketing, we work hard to stay ahead of Internet marketing trends and
this is demonstrated in the work we produce for our clients. This kind
of recognition is fuel to keep up the innovative work we’re doing for
our clients every day.”

Webbed Marketing also earned a nomination for the Business First of Columbus “Best Places to Work”
award. Business First’s Best Places to Work program recognizes the top
companies in central Ohio based on workplace satisfaction surveys.
Business First of Columbus featured an article on Webbed Marketing in
its Friday, Nov. 13 edition.

The prestigious TechColumbus Innovation Awards will be announced in
February 2010, and Webbed Marketing is nominated for Outstanding
Startup Business and Outstanding Service. In addition, Amy Marshall,
co-founder and CEO, is nominated for Outstanding Woman in Technology,
and Balderaz is nominated for Executive of the Year.

Webbed Marketing also earned several MarCom awards from the Association
of Marketing and Communication Professionals. The team earned the
Platinum Award in the social media site category for their work on the
“Romantic Makeover” contest for the Hocking Hills Tourism Association.
Webbed Marketing’s lead copywriter and “eScribe,” Thomas Redmond, won
the Gold Award for “Using Twitter for Business – A Three-Part Series”
in the writing/feature category. In the writing/news release category,
Webbed Marketing earned an honorable mention for a release titled
“Fresh Start Bariatrics Shares Top Tips for Nutrition.”

Along with all the awards and nominations, Webbed Marketing will be a
featured panelist at the November Public Relations Society of America
(PRSA) luncheon on Thursday, Nov. 19 at the Buckeye Cafe in Columbus.
Balderaz will speak about social media ethics in the workplace.

For more information about Webbed Marketing, visit www.webbedmarketing.com.

About Webbed Marketing

Webbed Marketing is a team of experts in the Internet marketing field.
Their goal is to grow businesses through the application of Internet
resources. The firm specializes in search engine optimization and
marketing, as well as viral marketing services, word of mouth and buzz
measurement and social media strategies. Visit www.webbedmarketing.com for more information.

About Steve Kozak

Ensuring that Fathom’s brand is consistent and always future-focused - monitoring marketing trends and serving as the point-person for developing, implementing and executing marketing & creative initiatives and activities - Steve's objective is to empower brand champions that share and extend Fathom's reputation and goodwill far beyond the reach of our target customers and ideal clients.He has been a member of Fathom's creative team for almost eight years, serving as a motion graphic animator, Director of Video Production, agency Creative Director, and currently as Brand Manager. Steve is a graduate of Kent State University with a Bachelor's degree in Digital Media, and currently lives and operates in beautiful Cleveland, Ohio.

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