Acronym

Established in 1995 and distinguished as the current Search Agency of the Year, Acronym continues to offer world-class keyword-driven marketing services for blue-chip clients. Privately funded and founded by Anton Konikoff, Acronym employs over a 100 Search Marketing experts worldwide. From our headquarters in the iconic Empire State Building in New York City, Acronym manages campaigns in over 70 countries and dozens of languages. We also have offices in London, Singapore and various other locations that help us to execute global search campaigns. Our client roster consists of mid-size organizations in localized regions to large enterprise brands across virtually all verticals, from travel and healthcare to business technology and retail. We specialize in Organic SEO, Paid Search, Social Media, Affiliate Marketing, Usability Consulting, and Deep-Dive Analytics.

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MEET THE DRUM SEARCH AWARDS USA 2018 JUDGES: MICROSOFT, ACRONYM, DISTILLED

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