WrightIMC Added to Moz Recommended List 2021

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Texas-based WrightIMC has been selected for the Moz Recommended List for 2021, the trusted resource for businesses looking to hire experienced marketing professionals. 

WrightIMC is proud to be included once again in this prestigious list of nearly 70 companies and agencies that contribute to the SEO community. The Moz Recommended List was started in 2005 and curates the most transparent, accountable, empathetic, exceptional, fun, and generous marketing consultants, firms, agencies and companies. They only feature those with a proven history of excellent client work and a strong alignment with Moz’s core values. 

Moz’s platforms are backed by quality data that can serve as the foundation upon which crucial business decisions are made. Large enterprises can gain an edge in the increasingly complex and ever-changing world of search, while smaller agencies benefit from a platform to accelerate client growth.   

WrightIMC is based in Allen, Texas, and is an award-winning, full-service interactive marketing consultancy with expertise in SEO and search engine marketing. The firm was founded in 2007 and has helped hundreds of companies of all sizes make more money online. The company specializes in website design and development, social media marketing, online and offline brand reputation management, pay-per-click management, and search engine optimization. 

Tony Wright, Founder and CEO of WrightIMC, remarks: “It’s an honor to be recommended by a respected organization such as Moz. We’ve been Moz customers since virtually the beginning, and it’s an integral part of our tool stack. The fact that they recognize WrightIMC as a trusted resource validates that we are doing great work. And our work wouldn’t be as good as it is without Moz. 

This is not the first time that WrightIMC has been featured on Moz’s distinguished list of most reputable agencies. The fact that they are included multiple times demonstrates that their work is caring and puts the customer first. 

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