Neutralize (*\*) today announced it has joined the Google Enterprise Professional programme, which extends the power of Google search and helps customers get more value out of their Google enterprise search deployments.

“The Google Enterprise Program will help us provide Google search to users of our Enterprise Search Engine Marketing services,” said Neutralize. “Google’s enterprise search products offer the same quality search experience as people get with Google.com.”

The Google Enterprise Professional programme includes developers, consultants and independent software vendors that provide value-added services for Google enterprise products.

“Google is excited to have Neutralize as a partner in the Google Enterprise Professional programme. We’re looking forward to bringing the power of Google search to Neutralize search engine marketing customers,” said David Chalmers, programme manager for Google Enterprise Professional.

For more information on the Google Enterprise Professional program, please visit www.google.co.uk/enterprise/gep.

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About Neutralize
PR Contact: Tom Bennison
http://www.neutralize.com
Tel: 0870 063 0707

Neutralize (*\*) is one of the UK’s leading full service search engine marketing agencies benefiting from their experience and toolset for achieving the best results from both algorithmic (natural) and Pay-Per-Click (paid) search.

Neutralize have won awards for ‘Best Search Engine Optimisation agency’ in the Travolution awards 2007, were finalists in the Imperatives Digital Awards 2007 for 'Best Search Campaign' and placed 6th in the Deloitte Fast 50 business growth awards 2006.

Neutralize (*\*) contribute significantly to their industry as Members of the Nominet Steering Committee and Committee Members of the Search Marketing Association (UK). They are a Google Adwords Qualified Company and Google Enterprise partners.

Whether your online objectives are increased sales, lead generation, improved content access or brand building - Neutralize can assist you.

Published on: 12:00AM on 4th May 2007