This is the first post in a two-part series in which we’re talking to award organisers about the reasons they started the awards, how to select judges, and their favourite categories.
Did you miss the EU Searchawards and want to find out who won? Or do you want to re-live the announcement of the winners? Start unveiling the winners in all categories!
With the ever growing list of awards in the business and marketing industry, it is becoming more important to understand which ones you should and shouldn’t enter. I have put together a list of seven things that I take into consideration before entering an award.
An extensive list of Marketing and Business Awards from across the world.
2015 brings the launch of “The Landy Awards” which have been put together by the team over at Search Engine Land. The awards have been created to recognise agencies and in-house marketing teams as well as the key individuals within the digital marketing industry.
Our very own Bas van den Beld won the EU Search Personality of the Year award in Berlin 2015! The Editorial Team want to say a big thank you to Bas and congratulate him on the win!
There has been a lot of scrutiny over the credibility and honesty of some of the awards in the digital marketing industry over the years and in some cases, I believe there is justification for these claims. In this post, Samantha Noble looks into what makes the Search Awards transparent in the way they run their awards.
When entering for awards most tend to ‘just do something’, that annoys judges and doesn’t make you win. Bas van den Beld shows some bad examples.
EU Search Awards – Will you be Winning in Iceland?
Judging SEO has never been easy. This article takes a recent SEO award winner and input from leading industry experts & debates what SEO success looks like.