Posted on: December 15, 2022
We’re delighted to have been informed that The Digital Maze has been shortlisted in the prestigious UK Search Awards. We’re over the moon to receive this recognition for our SEO copywriting team, and the incredible results that they work so hard to achieve.
The UK Search Awards celebrates the search industry and has been running for over a decade, within the industry it’s largely regarded as a premiere celebration of SEO, PPC and content marketing. The awards attract hundreds of entries from leading search and digital agencies from across the UK. With this in mind, being shortlisted is an accomplishment within itself considering both the quality and quantity of entries being submitted.
The Digital Maze has been shortlisted for the following award:
Most Innovative Campaign (SEO – Large) for our work with Express Doors Direct and our implementation of AI technology to achieve unprecedented growth.
The credit has to go to our SEO Copywriting team who led the campaign, Head of SEO Copywriting Claire Brain said of the achievement;
“To be a finalist for such a prestigious award really is a testament to the whole team here at The Digital Maze. We’re constantly looking for new and innovative ways of working to get the best results for our clients, and it has really paid off for Express Doors Direct. Whatever the result, I’m very proud of the team and the effort they put into this project and they deserve the recognition of being shortlisted.”
The winners are set to be announced at the end of November at a glittering awards ceremony in London and we’ll be looking forward to celebrating with the other nominees!
Co-Founder & Managing Director
Rob is the Founder of an award winning digital agency (since forming a digital agency group The Digital Maze with Boom Online) specialising in SEO, PPC, CRO, digital strategy and web design. With over 10+ years in the marketing space, Rob has been involved with hundreds of marketing projects and campaigns with some of the best known brands.
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