KPS3 Acquires Search and Analytics Firm

We are excited to announce that KPS3 recently acquired The Whitefield Group, a Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Search Engine Marketing (SEM) consultancy led by Bob Whitefield. This acquisition will amplify KPS3’s capabilities in search and analytics, enabling us to become even more effective for our clients. 

Joining the team as director of search and analytics, Bob will expand our digital footprint by enhancing our capabilities in the important areas of marketing search and analysis. Bob has more than five years experience leading clients on strategy and implementation for search, and providing expert consultation on improving search rankings and analyzing results. We are also excited to welcome Bob’s clients to KPS3, including Zerista, Alliance Trust Company, and Nor-Cal Pipeline Services. 

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