The SEO Works Won Drum Search Awards With an Innovative Campaign

The SEO Works won at this year’s Drum Search Awards, judged this year remotely and announced at the start of May.

They picked up the Drum Search Award for Best Sport and Leisure Campaign for their work with a leading online sports retailer.

The Drum Search Awards have been setting the standard for the search industry for over six years. This recent accolade is the third time that The SEO Works have been recognised by The Drum, winning awards also in 2019 and 2015.

There was stiff competition in this group, with brands such as Kwik-Fit, Harley Davidson, Autotrader and Enterprise Rent-A-Car (and their respective agencies) all vying for the prize. The panel of judges review each entry objectively in their own merit and look for evidence of clear strategic thinking, innovation, effectiveness and tangible results.

They won with an innovative campaign for All Rounder Cricket, who came to them with a desire for a sharper, more focused PPC campaign to develop their growth online and sales.

Kathryn Pearson, Head of PPC at The SEO Works said:

We’re thrilled to win best Sports and Leisure campaign at The Drum Search Awards. The Drum is a true thought leader in the industry and it’s a real accolade to be recognised by the best. It’s testament to our talented team that we continue to deliver results for our clients and help them grow online.


About The SEO Works

The SEO Works are an award-winning provider of digital marketing & websites for prospering SMEs & leading brands. Their mission is to get clients more customers.

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