BrightBid is now a Google Premier Partner 2023, placing us among the top 3% of leading Google Partners

We take great pride in our Google Premier Partner status, which serves as a testament to our company’s ability to meet Google’s stringent requirements for certification on their ad platform. As a Google Premier Partner, we are committed to providing our clients with exceptional service and demonstrating our ability to help them achieve growth and success through effective Google advertising strategies.

To achieve Google Premier Partner status, we met requirements including delivering great customer results, managing a significant total ad budget, and ensuring that our team are certified in Google Ads. BrightBid is considered one of the top Google Partner companies based on factors such as client growth, loyalty, product diversification, and annual spend increase.

As a Google Premier Partner, BrightBid demonstrated a commitment to ensuring that our team possesses high levels of expertise, advanced skills, and certification across all of Google’s channels. As a team, we are industry leaders and consistently strive to deliver top-tier results to help our clients achieve their marketing goals.

What this means for you as a customer of BrightBid:

As a Premier Partner, we have access to beta versions of new features alongside a broader set of benefits. This means that BrightBid’s customers can access new features in Google Ads before they are launched to other advertisers, keeping you ahead of the curve.

About BrightBid:

BrightBid is a Swedish-founded ad tech company helping 450+ customers worldwide succeed on Google Search. Our AI-engine optimises the Google Ad Platform thousands of times a month for each customer: resulting in higher performing Google Search campaigns. Our engine finds the right audience for our customers’ even very niche target groups. We then use our AI driven bid automation platform to fire thousands of A/B tests to find out the right amount to bid for each different customer type. We have designed our AI solution to help customers with the most complex needs to succeed with their search campaigns and it offers a comprehensive way for many B2B marketing teams to access the latest search technologies.

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