Qiigo Invited to Attend Google Engage For Agency All Stars


Qiigo was invited to attend the Google Engage for Agency All Stars conference held November 14 and 15, 2012. The event was held at Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, CA. Attending on behalf of Qiigo were Christian Pillat, Marketing Coordinator, and Jay Huffman, Mobile Search Analyst.

The Engage for Agency All Stars is an exclusive program offered to the highest performing search partners working with Google. Once a year, the top preforming agencies are invited to the Google campus to discuss the future of advertising and current best practices. This is Qiigo’s second invite to the prestigious conference.

During this year’s conference Pillat and Huffman attend several informative sessions including topics related to the Zero Moment of Truth (ZMOT), mobile solutions for agencies and the future of mobile advertising. Qiigo’s attendees also participated in think tank brainstorming sessions with other attendees and Google staff designed to offer suggestions for ways to make advertising more efficient. The keynote speaker for the conference was the influential author and journalist, Daniel Pink. Pink is known for his books about changing the world of work and as a speaker at the 2009 TED conference.

“Attending Engage for Agency All Stars is a great way for Qiigo to continue building strong ties with Google. As a leading internet marketing agency, our team is able to gain significant insights into the future of internet advertising by attending this conference,” says Rick Batchelor, CEO of Qiigo.

Qiigo specializes in proven lead generation strategies for franchises, national brands and multi-location businesses. Our internet marketing strategies for Pay Per Click and Mobile Marketing are custom crafted to generate qualified local leads, convert website visitors into sales, boost online productivity, and maximize return on investment.

For more information on Qiigo’s mobile, social and internet marketing service, please call (404) 496-6841.

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