Blueprint Marketing provides search engine optimization and inbound marketing services to help your company increase its online presence. Formed in early 2011 by business partners Thomas Zickell and Tony Quinn.
Blueprint Marketing seeks to provide inbound marketing and other Internet services to companies across the USA. We are based in two locations in New Castle, New Hampshire and in Winter Park, Florida, just outside of Orlando. We are opening two more offices one in Palo Alto, California in 2020 & Monterey, California in 2021.
We are ranked in the top 15 of 5,000. Making the “Top Moz Community Members” for five years. See our profile. Blueprint Marketing has also incorporated a top-notch WordPress development firm Performance Foundry & Greg Reindel.
We will all be attending WistiaFest & SearchLove
Blueprint Marketing is a certified partner of HubSpot & Moz. We use a combination of tools including Moz, Deep Crawl, Majestic SEO, HubSpot’s outstanding all-in-one inbound marketing software to craft our client’s inbound marketing strategies.
Blueprint Marketing also uses the best software for SEO, such as Deep Crawl SEMRush Moz and Conductor to give our clients access to the tools they need to increase their website’s search ranking. We have a number of Partnerships with larger companies such as SalesForce, Armor, Pagely, Pantheon, Kinsta PressLabs, and others to provide additional Internet services. in the interest of true transparency, we have adopted Moz’s TAGFEE Tenets our relationship with Moz is something we are very proud of our philosophies are the same although, to be honest, Moz came up with them we both were following them. Tenets
- We share the inner-workings of our company – both the good and bad – openly with our community.
- We take responsibility for our mistakes and will do what we can to rectify them.
- We will represent ourselves and our intentions honestly to our co-workers and our clients.
- We will be ourselves, even if that means being occasionally silly, a little less than perfect, and (at times) more than a little dorky.