Madison, South Dakota— October 25, 2021 — Bulldog Media Group (BMG) a leader in Financial Services Performance Marketing has acquired iCommissions a Digital Performance Marketing Agency. The two companies have similar attributes in their clients’ relationships and have collaborated for over 20 years. This merger will provide 40% growth and expansion of the current executive team.

“The addition of Scot Rumsey as President of BMG, and Stacey Cuevas as VP of Partnerships of BMG on to our leadership team will allow us to enhance our relationships with all of our clients and partners.” said Darin Namken, CEO of BMG. They will join BMG 20 year veterans, Scott Delzer VP of Product Development, Camelyn Sims VP of Client Development & Joel Molascon VP of Web Development.

Bulldog Brand/Services Impact The addition of iCommissions to the Bulldog Media Group umbrella enhances an already robust digital consumer acquisition platform. The iCommissions brand, which focuses on client Strategy and Consultation, will perfectly complement the three current BMG brands. CommissionSoup (Affiliate & Email Marketing), CreditSoup (Consumer Targeting), and Infusion Strategies (Data Management/Monetization) will provide our clients and partners with a comprehensive suite of services to achieve any consumer acquisition goals.

“With a growing client list and increased demand for new consumer accounts, now is the perfect time for this merger. We have always respected the work and results that BMG has produced, and we are excited about the opportunity to leverage their talented team, distribution platform, and data management services.” said Scot Rumsey, President of iCommissions.

Bulldog Media Group is a leading performance marketing company that specializes in digital consumer acquisition. Since 2000, BMG has delivered millions of new consumer accounts to clients in the financial services industry.

For More Information: Darin Namken 605.256.9103 www.bulldogmediagroup.com

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