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Verve Search shortlisted for the Digital Impact Awards

The Digital Impact Awards finalists have been announced and we are thrilled to reveal that Verve Search has been shortlisted for not one, not two, but three awards! These awards recognise and celebrate digital stakeholder communications and provides the benchmark for companies looking to choose a digital marketing agency that is able to provide creative or strategic advice.DIGITAL-IMPACT-AWARDS-SHORTLISTED

We have been shortlisted in the ‘Best Use of SEO for Corporate Communications’ category for our work on a series of campaigns with Expedia Nordics, including MyRealLondon, The Battles of Narvik and Santa’s Hollywood Holiday.

Furthermore, our work with HotelClub on ‘Idioms of the World’ is a finalist in both the ‘Best Use of SEO for Corporate Communications’ and the ‘Best Use of Digital in The Travel and Leisure Sector’ categories. Read full case study here.

“I am so pleased that our hard work has been recognised by the esteem judges at the Digital Impact Awards.” said Lisa Myers, Founder and CEO of Verve Search. “We work hard to deliver only the best quality campaigns for our clients, and consistently deliver significant improvements for organisations, but to get this kind of acknowledgment means a lot. I am so very proud of the Verve team.”

2015 has proven to be a great year for the Verve team, with several awards under our belt already, including, a Commendation Award in the ‘Best Use of Content category’ at The Drum Search Awards. Earlier this year, at the European Search Awards we were awarded top prize in three categories including;

  • Best SEO Agency
  • Best Use of Content (HotelClub)
  • Best Pan European Campaign for International SEO (Expedia)

The winners will be revealed at an Awards Ceremony in London on 14th October. We’ll be sure to let you know how we get on.

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