The SEO Works pick up Global Marketing Award, and reach 4 other awards finals

25th October 2018

It's been a busy month at Sheffield-based The SEO Works, culminating in them winning a GlobalTrend Marketing Award - whilst also being shortlisted at 4 other finals.

The GlobalTrend Awards is an international competition for digital professionals involved in the concept and execution of marketing and communications. Out of more than 1,100 submissions from 28 countries, The SEO Work's campaign was selected as being outstanding, receiving the Quest winner within the Digital Websites category. It was on behalf of a leading sports retail client, where they delivered an increase in online sales of 17.3%, whilst reducing overall ad spend by 48%. -Each year, we celebrate the superb work of industry veterans and emerging talents from all over the world, said Kenjo Ong, President of International Awards Associates (IAA). -We are pleased to recognize The SEO Works' artistry and give them an international moment to shine, with this global marketing award. It will also be a busy November for The SEO Works, as they have reached the finals at four local and national industry awards: • The Sheffield Business Awards (SME of the Year); • The UK Search Awards (Best Search Campaign - Retail); • Northern Marketing Awards (Best Sport Campaign); and • Northern eCommerce Awards (Best eCommerce Marketing Campaign). Ben Foster, Managing Director said: "It's testament to the talented team here at The SEO Works that we have the honour of being recognised at four major awards this November. "We really focus on measuring and driving impact for our clients' campaigns, and it is that focus that has allowed us to deliver some fantastic digital marketing results across a range of sectors. As the leading marketing Agency in the North, we're continuing to fly the flag for Digital in Sheffield and beyond."

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