For immediate release:
Adam Riemer and his team have been acquired this December 2022; by their couches, families and local pizza shops.
Quote from founder Adam:
“I’m very excited for this acquisition. We work hard all year for our clients, and I often find myself working evenings and weekends. Being acquired for a week by my couch, and aided by local pizzerias, is the exact kind of fuel we need as we move into 2023. The downtime will allow us to rest and the pizza to refuel or brains for a successful 2023 with our clients.”
Quote from Adam’s couch:
“Adam leaves an imprint that is hard to fill, but after having him lean on me for 5 years since I was purchased, I’m ready to cushion him as he makes the transition, and has a seat to enjoy a week of downtime. I was built and framed to support this type of weight.”
Quote from the pizza shops:
If you’re still reading this, our offices will be closed for some well-earned downtime. We all hope you choose to do the same.
I’ve instructed everyone (including contractors) to take the week of the 26th through the second off to enjoy family time. If they do check email, which they should not, they will only respond if it is an actual emergency. If you need to get in contact with any of us, please be patient, we will be back in January. There is backup tracking for all affiliate systems, and all accounts are well funded, so programs will be running smooth.
Everyone needs time off and we’re all people, you included (unless you’re AI), so I hope you take some time to relax and refresh for the new year like we are.
Thank you to everyone that hires us for digital marketing strategy, attribution testing, affiliate management, SEO and CRO services. And a huge thank you to the affiliates, content creators, agency partners, journalists and others that work with us year round. We appreciate you putting your trust in us, and we’re excited to continue to grow the relationships with you next year and beyond!
4 thoughts on “For Immediate Release: Adam Riemer Marketing Has Been Acquired”
Great post, Adam! Love the sentiment and the click-baitey headline.. Well done and happy holidays, sir!
Lol, thanks Chris! Have a happy holidays as well!
Hi Adam. Ws just about to suggest you should always spell-check your content before postin it live, when I realised the joke was on me. I wish you and your couch, family and pizza shop a great Christmas break 🙂
Thank you for the feedback. Glad you enjoyed the joke. =0) My way of saying we’re all taking downtime.
You are absolutely correct, I do not spell check, use proper grammar, etc… The reason is I don’t build my blog for business, this blog is reminders for myself and my team on what is and is not working marketing wise.
My goal is to share helpful content. Grammar and spelling don’t matter to me. Spending time on trivial things that are not important is time I’d rather spend with my family, friends and working on projects. I could spend 10 minutes re-reading and editing, or 10 minutes with my cat or enjoying a walk outside. If the person learns something, that is important…if they’re focused on grammar and spelling and not the substance, I tell them to go elsewhere. This blog is free and I’m not being paid, so I’m not going to spend a lot of time worrying about things that aren’t important to me.
Thank you again for reading and enjoy the holidays! I do appreciate the feedback on spelling, and that’s the reason you’ll find errors and typos all over my blog and website.