Didit, a Mineola, New York-based digital advertising and marketing company, announced today that it has acquired SEOPledge, a full-service search engine optimization firm located in Hicksville, NY. SEOPledge had been funded by Canrock Ventures, a Long Island-based venture capital firm.
“SEOPledge will perfectly complement Didit’s existing SEO team. This expansion will further accelerate our growth in the area of SEO and content marketing,” said Didit CEO Kevin Lee. “Content is more important than ever given the intersection of relevance signals across the search and social media landscape,” added David Pasternack, Didit President.
“The deal is a win-win for SEOPledge’s clients as well as Didit’s,” said Marcus Arcabascio, a principal of SEOPledge. “With Didit’s technology and capital resources, we’ll be able to build additional technologies that increase both the speed and effectiveness of SEO initiatives.”
”We are proud of success that SEOPledge has had in the market and are pleased to see an exit for a Canrock company while providing a new home for SEOPledge,” said Jim Estill, Partner at CanRock Ventures.
Did-it.com, LLC. is a privately held industry pioneer in Search Engine Marketing and Digital Marketing founded in 1996. Didit’s proprietary Maestro search and auction-based display campaign optimization technology combine with recent advances in the application of “Big Data” to SEM and display campaigns. Didit pioneered the “Managed Technology” model of cross-media digital campaign management for marketers and agencies, earning Didit both Inc. 500 and Deloitte Technology Fast 500 recognition as a rapidly growing company.
As a boutique SEO consultancy, SEOPledge is in a position to leverage technology and subject matter expertise to assure that clients are taking full advantage of the power of SEO. SEOPledge provides search engine optimization (SEO) services, such as link building, content optimization, and content distribution. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in Hicksville, New York.
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