Mad growth at Madwire Media
How has it done this, and how did it get to this level so fast?
“Businesses need marketing,” co-founder JB Kellogg says plainly. “It’s like plumbing: It’s never going to go away.”
Indeed. Madwire reported revenue growth of more than 420 percent from 2010 to 2011. The company’s revenues last year came to $4.2 million vs. $800,000 the year before.
Founder of futures and commodities trading firm Traders Network, Joe Kellogg and his son JB Kellogg, a graduate of Loveland High School and Western New Mexico University, started Madwire just two-and-a-half years ago.
At first, the company focused on website design and development. But Madwire quickly expanded to include internet marketing, which encompasses advertising, social media, search-engine optimization, blogging, video production and public relations.
With 2,500 accounts, the company now considers itself the largest and fastest-growing of its kind in Colorado, and in e-commerce, the nation.
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