The Search Agency Completes Move-In to Accommodate Hiring Growth

LOS ANGELES, September 20, 2006 - The Search Agency, a top-tier search engine marketing (SEM) and search engine optimization (SEO) firm, has completed its move to a larger office to accommodate its expanding number of employees. In the last eight months, the agency has hired 30 new employees including a vice president of business development, a vice president of account management and partner relations, and a vice president of web strategy and development. The company's new hires also include account managers, Web designers, engineers, and system administrators.

"We've expanded at the right time," said David Hughes, CEO. "With our burgeoning client roster, we needed to make sure we had the personnel to keep up. The new employees allow us to continue to improve our technology and processes and ultimately provide better service for our partners."

The rapid growth has seen The Search Agency more than double in size, from 25 employees in January to 55 employees today. In addition to its Santa Monica, CA-location, the company also maintains an office in Providence, RI, which houses The Search Agency's software engineering and technical teams. The California office is primarily responsible for providing search engine marketing and search engine optimization expertise and day-to-day account management.

"The Search Agency needed a larger space to accommodate our new account teams," said Carl Dunham, CTO. "We needed a new home, and we're very excited about our talented new hires. With bigger facilities, our teams can work together more closely, which will enhance our SEM and SEO services significantly."

About The Search Agency

The Search Agency is a profitable, privately held corporation that employs search industry experts to guide its clients through the complicated world of search engine marketing (SEM) and search engine optimization (SEO). This personal approach combined with the company's innovative technology enables its clients to maximize ROI on search spend. For additional information please visit