Category: Press

Elite SEM Ranked Entrepreneur’s #1 Top Company Culture

Company culture is a term that gets tossed around a lot these days, and the world of digital marketing is not immune. For some businesses, it’s just a buzzword, but not for Elite SEM. We’re serious about providing great lives for great people.

Tracking Search Marketing Efforts: Getting More Difficult?

Paid search marketing is an essential part of any business’s marketing strategy. It provides immediate and consistent traffic, and it dramatically extends a business’s marketing reach. It’s also highly targetable. Search marketers can target their marketing efforts to specific demographics, regions, and even times of day. Search ads can easily be tweaked for optimum results,… Read more »

LinkedIn founder on Elite SEM’s headhunter policy: “Awesome.”

Reid Hoffman, co-founder of professional networking platform LinkedIn, joined The Motley Fool’s Tom Gardner for a podcast interview last week (Oct. 17, 2014 episode) and had some kind words to say for one of our more unconventional company policies. Anyone at Elite SEM who gets a recruiting call, and tells CEO Ben Kirshner about it,… Read more »

American Express profiles Elite SEM’s Ben Kirshner

How many Starwood® points does Elite SEM rack up in a year? Well, apparently enough to get a film crew to follow our CEO around NYC all day! The American Express SPG® card has made a huge impact on Elite SEM’s travel expenses, and Ben Kirshner is proud to say so. Check out this short… Read more »

2014 Best Places to Work in New York City

Elite SEM was recently named as one of the Best Places to Work in New York City. Crain’s New York Business, the Human Resource Association of New York, the Society of Human Resource Management and Best Companies Group created this seventh annual program. This survey and awards program was designed to identify, recognize and honor… Read more »

Elite SEM client Thrillist featured on Digiday

Digital media industry watcher Digiday ran a profile of men’s lifestyle aggregator Thrillist today, detailing the publisher’s move to bring its Facebook ad buying in under its own roof. The piece goes on to point out that while “many e-commerce clients already conduct their search marketing in-house” [emphasis ours], Thrillist in fact chooses to employ… Read more »