Get this date in your diary now, as the second Digital Hampshire event will be taking place on Thursday 15th October at The Guildhall, Winchester. The event is now open for tickets which you can book via the Digital Hampshire website now! This session’s theme will be the future of digital content, exploring emerging formats, ...
theMediaFlow, a digital marketing agency specializing in organic search and based in Herriard claim national award at the UK Search Awards, bringing the total number of business awards in 2013 to three. Founded in October 2010 and in only their third full year of operating, theMediaFlow are proving to be a rising star in the digital marketing industry having been announced on Thursday as winners of Best Use of Search - Retail, at the prestigious UK Search Awards 2013. In a ceremony that took place at The Emirates Stadium, theMediaFlow were declared winner of the first category of the evening against significant competition including Argos and other larger digital agencies. Nicky Wake, event organizer of the UK Search Awards said of the judges' decision "Judges were impressed by the great results achieved. theMediaFlow identified issues and implemented and improved strategy, doubling organic search traffic and generating new customers for their client". This most recent award complements two other recent wins at the regional Wirehive 100 Digital Agency Awards in September; which saw theMediaFlow scoop awards for Best Use of Search and Fast Growth over Three Years.
[caption id="attachment_2477" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Left to right: Judith Lewis, UK Search Awards Judge; Nichola Stott, Managing Director theMediaFlow & Elizabeth Wynne-Ellis, Account Manager theMediaFlow[/caption]
Nichola Stott, MD of theMediaFlow said: "It's been a fantastic year for us, which has seen us move into a bigger office, expand the team and win our third award of the year for our client work. We genuinely enjoy what we do and we think that passion shines through and drives the results we get for our clients."