Titan Growth Ranked On Inc 5000

Inc. Magazine recently ranked Titan Growth on its list of the top 5000 U.S. companies, based on revenue growth. This is Titan Growth’s second year on the Inc. 5000 list.

The companies on this list have played an important role in fighting the economic downturn in America: according to Inc., these 5000 companies have added 370,592 jobs back into the U.S. workplace, a feat worth recognizing.

Titan Growth, a San Diego-based search engine marketing company, is also ranked No. 191 in the Advertising and Marketing subcategory. Titan Growth’s main focus is Search Engine Optimization (SEO), an online marketing strategy that works to improve websites’ organic rankings on search engines such as Google, Yahoo, and Bing. In addition to SEO, Titan Growth also manages Pay Per Click (PPC) marketing, local search, and display campaigns, in order to present a well-rounded online presence for their clients.

Titan Growth’s President, Danny Shepherd, attributes their success to a lot of hard work, strong client referrals, and the utilization of TitanBOT, Titan Growth’s proprietary search engine spider. “TitanBOT gives us a significant advantage over the competition,” stated Shepherd. “We are able to crawl our clients’ websites the same way a search engine spider would, in order to anticipate the effect our changes will have on our clients’ rankings.” TitanBOT was created by the same engineers who were involved in the creation of algorithmic-based search, and this technology is helping Titan Growth’s clients dominate their market.

In addition to TitanBOT, Titan Growth also credits their success to a close-knit team of search analysts, a loyal client base, and a strong track record of results. Titan Growth continues to be an innovator in their field with their method of operations, training, and technological advancements, and looks forward to another successful year ahead.

Linkedin Gravitating Toward Facebook With New Company Status Feature

LinkedIn recently added a new feature which allows companies to post updates on their LinkedIn company pages, much like individuals can post a status on Facebook.  The updates are located on the top of the company page and at the bottom with a running feed of recent status posts.  The posts will show up on followers ‘newsfeeds’ and give them the option to ‘like’, ‘comment’ or ‘share’. 

What This Means For Companies on LinkedIn

Despite the obvious Facebook knock-off, the new status updates on LinkedIn are a great way for companies to engage with their audience by sharing announcements, special offers, links, and job offers to followers.  LinkedIn users will also be able to share these updates, helping companies gain more visibility.

Once enabled, companies can post status updates up to 500 characters long that support multimedia links, so that companies may share articles and videos.

How To Get Started

In order to begin sharing company updates, you must be a ‘designated’ administrator for that page.  In order to set up administrators, the account holder must go to Admin Tools > Edit in the upper right-hand corner of the company page.

Once in edit mode, you must designate certain users in order to enable the feature.  By typing in a name, you can select which users can create status updates and changes to the company page.

Note: You must be connected to someone in order to make them an admin.

If you have any questions about this LinkedIn feature or ways you can use social networking to promote your business, we recommend contacting your SEO Agency.

Contributed by Erica Machin, Titan Growth, Inc