Covario Named 2013 Search Agency Of The Year By OMMA Third Year In A Row

covario logoOMMA (Online Media, Marketing and Advertising) Magazine has named Covario the 2013 search agency of the year for the third consecutive year. According to a release posted on the agency’s website, Covario was recognized for, “its ‘smarter approach’ to delivering award-winning paid and organic search programs,”  as well as double-digit growth and 60-plus percentile Net Promoter scores.

This award follows Covario being ranked as one of the ten largest search agencies in the nation by Advertising Age, earning, at least, $20 million in annual revenue.

With former managing directors Mike Gullaksen and Jeff Johnson now serving as the company’s co-CEOs, Covario boasts more than 200 employees worldwide.

“We’re thrilled being recognized by OMMA as the search agency of the year three times in a row,” said Johnson in the release, “It’s a testament to our team’s talent, passion, innovation and partnership with our growing roster of incredible clients.”

The OMMA awards celebration is scheduled for January 16, 2014 in New York City. Other agencies to be recognized include 360i, Digitaria, MRY, Rockfish Interactive and MediaVest.

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