Memolink’s Owner Adperio Makes Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Companies List

October 8, 2010 · 0 comments

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Adperio, the parent company of rewards program Memolink.com (aff), is growing by leaps and bounds. On Wednesday, the company announced it had been recognized by Inc. Magazine on their annual 5,000 Fastest-Growing Privately Held Companies list (at a respectable 1,648). This is the company’s fourth consecutive year on the list, and its highest placement on the list since 2007.

CEO and founder David Asseoff credits the company’s “commitment to transparency, client services and best practices” for the company’s growth. They established a Best Practices division in 2007 and have worked hard to address some issues they had several years prior with CAN-SPAM compliance.

Memolink members earn points for shopping, surveys, playing games, and other activities and can cash those points out for gift cards to popular merchants including Amazon, Best Buy, McDonalds, Wal-Mart, and others, or they can opt for cash payment by check. Please join with my link here if you’re not already a member.

As an aside, Memolink will be sending a representative to my annual chat — if you have any questions about Memolink or would like to know more before joining, be sure to attend. The date is Saturday, October 16th, and we’ll be kicking things off at 6pm central time.

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