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Add3 (www.add3.com), a search marketing firm specializing in search engine marketing, search engine optimization, and online display advertising, today announced that it will move to expanded office space in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, doubling the company’s current space. As part of its accelerating growth, Add3 also announced that Dan Sundgren has joined the company as Chief Evangelist, effective immediately.
Sundgren brings Add3 more than a decade of search and digital media expertise, having held sales and business development leadership roles with such organizations as Google and AOL, among others. He will be primarily responsible for business development, relationship management, and external evangelism of Add3. Sundgren joins Add3 at a time when the company continues to expand, having grown from 15 employees one year ago to approximately 25 today.
Add3 is profitable, entirely self-funded and is on-track to post revenues of $10 million for 2013. According to Add3 Chief Operating Officer Tim Wisner, the company’s new offices will accommodate up to 50 employees while maintaining ties to the energy and diversity core to the firm’s Capitol Hill roots. The new headquarters will be located at the corner of East Pike St. and Summit Ave., with a move-in date scheduled for October 1.
“This is an exciting time for Add3 as our expanded offices will provide an inspiring new home for our employees and because we are thrilled to add someone of Dan Sundgren’s pedigree to the team,” said Wisner. “Dan is a great fit on several fronts, as he combines deep search marketing experience with a first-hand understanding of what it takes for nimble, fast-growing firms such as Add3 to succeed. Many of us have enjoyed working directly with Dan for several years through his Board involvement with the Seattle Interactive Conference and Northwest Internet Advertising Group, so it became easy to envision working with him on a full-time basis.”
“I’ve been watching Add3’s progress since it was founded and believe the company is uniquely suited to provide best-of-breed search marketing services to a growing base of clients here in the Pacific Northwest and beyond,” said Sundgren. “Add3’s team has been in the business of search for as long as anyone I’ve encountered and I can’t wait to work with them to help companies navigate and generate success in a constantly evolving and exciting search marketplace.”
Sundgren’s career has spanned a variety of sales and business development roles. During his tenure at Google, he was part of the team that opened the company’s first Pacific Northwest office more than 10 years ago. His background also includes leadership posts as GM of Interactive Media for Intelius; VP of Partnership Sales for PeopleFinders; and Director of Sales for Efficient Frontier. He currently serves on the Board of Advisors for the Northwest Internet Advertising Group, SEMpdx and Seattle Interactive Conference, respectively. Sundgren is a graduate of Washington State University.
Add3 is a search marketing agency specializing in search engine optimization, search engine marketing, and online display advertising. The fast-growing company services a broad range of clients based throughout the U.S., ranging from Global 500 organizations to earlier-stage technology companies. Add3’s talented and knowledgeable staff provides highly personalized, hands-on counsel in an industry often dominated purely by technology-based solutions. At its core, Add3’s team has among the industry’s deepest bases of experience in both search and digital marketing: the company’s principals have been involved with both areas since the mid-1990s and have maintained close ties to these sectors through many evolutions. Based in Seattle, Add3 also launched two successful independent ventures dedicated to facilitating collaboration among the Pacific Northwest’s online advertising and broader technology communities, respectively: The Northwest Internet Advertising Group and Seattle Interactive Conference.
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