Net Media Planet has been ranked the No. 4 Search Marketing Agency in the UK by New Media Age in the Marketing Services Guide 2009. Demonstrating tremendous growth, Net Media Planet has moved up from the 20th position in 2008 to being the 4th largest Search Marketing Agency in the UK in 2009.

Rian Carstens, Deputy Managing Director, Net Media Planet commented that what makes working with Net Media Planet an appealing proposition especially in the current economic climate is that the company is in a perfect position to deliver accountability to clients because of its innovative performance based charging model, proprietary Search Technology Platform and highly skilled search specialists.

Magnus Nillsson, Head of Search at Net Media Planet added that our dedicated technology team released 17 new revisions in the last two years which helps us to rapidly implement efficient Paid Search strategies to exceed challenging targets and make the ever changing market conditions work to our client’s advantage.

“Being ranked number 4 in the UK during the recession gives us a great deal of confidence in not only our ability to deliver outstanding results for our clients but will also help to open doors to a greater number of international business opportunities for us”, said Luke Judge, Business Development Manager, Net Media Planet.

“This is a great achievement for us and we are really proud to be ranked the 4th largest search Agency in the UK by NMA. A big thank you to all our clients and partners and the NMA rankings for helping us get here and we look forward to greater achievements in the future,” said Sri Sharma, Managing Director, Net Media Planet summing up the excitement of the entire company.

Net Media Planet is an award winning specialist Paid Search Marketing Agency based in London. Working on a performance based model with over 300 clients including Dell, Sky, P&O ferries, Singapore Airlines and Evans across 28 countries and 17 languages, we generate client revenues of over £80 million annually.

Published on: 4:37PM on 5th May 2009