Search Engine Partner
200 South Biscayne Boulevard,
Miami, Florida, USA 33131
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Key People at Search Engine Partner
Search Engine Partner currently employs 600 full and part time associates across the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and South Africa.
Search Engine Partner has the largest internship program out of any IT-related company in South Florida including IBM and Microsoft. It recruits more students from local schools than any other firm according to the Career Development Center at Florida Atlantic University.
The firm reached the 15,000 client mark in June 2010.
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Search Engine Partner is a Loyal and Trustworthy company
by Joe Delio, on August 12, 2012
What I really like about Search Engine Partner is that they're loyal. If I'm signed up and another client comes along in my category they'll ask me first if I mind whether they sign up the new client. Chances are I'll say yes, but I appreciate their honesty - it doesn't go unnoticed.