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Rotorua business scores Google Partner qualification

13 Mar 2017

A Rotorua business has just achieved Google Partner qualification for their performance as a Google AdWords online advertising provider.

Dubzz Digital Marketing received the Google Partner qualification for their Google grants Partner Status to organisations who demonstrate on-going advertising performance standards, deliver client revenue growth and carry the necessary employee qualifications.

To date, Dubzz is the only business in Rotorua with Google Partner Status or Google Certified staff.

Of the new Google Partner Status Qualification, Dubzz Director, Rachel Warrender says they are thrilled to receive this acknowledgment from Google.

“We work hard to provide our clients with consistent performance and a solid return on their online advertising investment, so it means a lot to have our experience and expertise recognised,” she says.

“It is a real credit to our team to be recognised in this way.”

Google processes 80% of all online searches globally and have reported to process over 2 trillion searches every year, which equates to approximately 3.8 million searches every minute of the day.

Google AdWords is an online advertising platform that allows businesses and organisations to target potential customers who are interested in or searching for their specific products and services on Google.

Dubzz Digital Marketing started in 2011 and now employs a local team of 7 staff.

They have worked with over 200 businesses across New Zealand with Google AdWords, custom websites and a range of online marketing solutions.

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