Online advertising platform Adzooma has announced about there partnership with Google after just two months after backed by British billionaire businessman Fred Done.
The UK-based Adzooma are disrupting the digital agency landscape by making it straightforward for SMBs to advertise on Google Ads through tailor-made landing pages, simplified ad campaign creation, and ongoing performance optimization.
The newly formed partnership with Google will see both companies make further strides in
attempting to help small to medium businesses advertise online.
“We are pleased to have Adzooma on board as a Google Partner,” said Adrian Blockus, the head of channel sales for Google in the UK and Ireland. “Adzooma has demonstrated the product knowledge, technical expertise and drive to help their customers build online success through Google Ads.”
Adzooma’s business model stands it apart from the traditional digital agency crowd with an entry price point that makes online advertising more accessible to SMBs. Describing this innovative approach, Adzooma co-founder and CEO Robert Wass said: “Small businesses are the backbone of the UK economy; driving growth, encouraging competition, opening up new markets and creating jobs.”
“Despite this, SMBs have been the hardest hit by an online advertising market that has become more expensive and increasingly more difficult to succeed in. With Adzooma, we are leveraging the latest in technology and automation to deliver on our commitment to making it easy and cost effective for small businesses to grow online.”