Why Enter?


The UK Search Awards is the premier celebration of PPC, SEO and Content Marketing across Europe.

Entering any awards may seem a daunting prospect, but it is one of the most cost-effective marketing investments available for any business. No matter the size of your business, you can enter an award.

So what are you waiting for? Read on for all the reasons entering will benefit your organisation.

 

By entering, you provide clarity on your objectives and ambitions while crucially comparing yourselves with competitors in the UK search market. The entry process for the awards can often force you to look at your business from a different perspective, and identify areas for improvement, which can be more valuable than the award itself.

Becoming a UK Search Awards finalist can improve brand awareness and promote your business to new clients internationally, as well as acting as a credible third party endorsement for your business.

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Top Reasons To Enter

Here are our top reasons why you should enter:

  • Rewarding top quality campaigns
    Celebrate the success of great campaigns or strategies.

  • Increased credibility
    To prove or evidence to clients that your company or campaigns are the best in their sector. Award wins raise awareness of your organisation or work and create PR opportunities to showcase your credibility.

  • Employee motivation
    Awards recognise the hard work and achievements of your employees so winning one can help boost staff morale and improve motivation.

  • Attracting talent
    Awards validate your hiring stature among new recruits. Being an award winning agency or organisation will help you recruit and retain talent.

  • Judges’ expertise
    The awards are judged by a panel of industry experts and influential people working in brands, providing a perfect opportunity to showcase the quality and standard of your work.

  • New business
    Award wins will help you win new business – all winners receive a winner badge for use in marketing materials and winning case studies will feature in a prestigious book of the night.

  • Networking
    The awards evening is a highlight in the search calendar and provides exceptional networking opportunities with peers from the industry.

Previous Winners

To view the list of winners for each year, please click the relevant button below:

2019 Winners
2018 Winners
2017 Winners
2016 Winners
2015 Winners
2014 Winners
2013 Winners
 

Testimonials

Winners of previous awards have realised significant business benefits through their wins. Here's what previous entrants have said:

Dan Gilbert | Owner & Co-Founder, Brainlabs
I love the UK Search Awards. Even when we’re not winning them the work being celebrated is exceptional. It’s a superb opportunity to celebrate innovation in our industry – and have a great time. Since picking up Best Large PPC Agency we’ve had a raft of calls and new business requests from companies we could only have dreamed of before the win.

Kevin Gibbons | CEO, Re:signal
We’ve always been a big fan of the UK Search Awards, the professionalism behind the organisation is fantastic to see. It’s quickly become an essential date in a search marketers diary and has been a great way for us to showcase our teams hard work with award wins voted from industry peers. Plus it’s always great fun and the evening is more like a reunion now!

Aaron Dicks | Managing Director, Impression
The UK Search Awards represent the best of the best in our industry. To be recognised along such well-respected agencies in the UK Search Awards is a real accolade for us.

Awards Trust Mark

The UK Search Awards has been awarded an Awards Trust Mark by The Independent Awards Standards Council.

The Awards Trust Mark scheme is a not-for-profit accreditation programme run by The Independent Awards Standards Council with the goal of, as the name suggests, enhancing trust between those entering awards schemes, and the organisations running them.

The scheme is already raising standards in the industry, and we would encourage everyone entering awards to encourage organisers to commit to the code of conduct and thus earn an Awards Trust Mark.