We’re delighted to announce that this morning that our North East based SEO Agency been shortlisted for the Northern Digital Awards 2015.

The Northern Digital Awards is a new awards celebration for 2015 and is being launched by Don’t Panic Event Management and Prolific North, the North’s leading website for news, informed opinion, features and occasional gossip about the comings and goings of creative, media and digital companies across the North.

The awards will recognise the very best in digital marketing campaigns and talent in the North as well as reward websites across a number of sectors to reflect the ever-expanding online world that we trade and communicate in.

The awards have attracted a substantial number of entries from across the North East, the North West & even as far as North Wales from some of the North’s best loved brands. The event itself will be attended by around 300 guests including many of the North’s leading digital marketing professionals. There are over 20 categories plus a Grand Prix award being judged by some of the biggest names in the Digital Marketing Industry.

We’re delighted to have been shortlisted for the ‘Best Low Budget Campaign’ (monthly campaign costs less than £1500+VAT per month with excellent results) along with eight other companies for our SEO, Social & Content Marketing campaign for Pixaprints.ie.  The awards ceremony will take place on the evening of Thursday 22 January at the Royal Armouries in Leeds so we’ll keep you posted!

“We’re truly thrilled and honoured to have had our business recognised alongside the likes of global brands such as MBNA, as well as the North’s biggest and best Digital Marketing agencies. To be shortlisted from such a vast geographical area and from within an exceptionally competitive marketplace, is a fantastic achievement in itself for all of the team involved in delivering all of our campaigns.

Regardless of whether or not we win the final award; we’re delighted to have achieved this kind of high profile recognition for the quality of work that we deliver and the excellent results that we achieve for our clients.

(Kristin Atkinson – MD)

Pixaprints Testimonial

Our company ER-media is involved in the print and I.T industry operating various websites selling our product range online. We recently looked at setting up an online personalisation gift site under the brand Pixaprints.  

Having registered www.pixaprints.co.uk and .ie we approached Integrity Search who we had used for our commercial print site www.needaprint.co.uk. They had already proved to be extremely successful with that site so we asked them to look at Pixaprints.  

They took the site and give us a complete in-depth report and a clear route plan to give the site maximum exposure within our limited budget. We started with no exposure and due to their expertise and working closely with our software team they implemented the strategy they had set out. From starting with no orders or exposure the site within a relatively short space of time began to gain momentum. Orders continued to trickle in and then from approx. October 2014 we started to see a huge influx of orders flowing in daily. The orders processed up until Christmas rose to approx. 6000 orders from customers all over the UK and Ireland marketplace.  

We are now going forward with other projects with Integrity Search as they have consistently proved to be a company who deliver a ‘no nonsense’ and ‘credible service’ which we would recommend to anyone. Too often companies are promised everything by web marketing companies only to find they cannot deliver and we have had experience of this, but not with Integrity. In summary it is great to have them on board and we will continue to use their services as they deliver a high class service at a realistic cost.

(Glenn Sands – Sales Director)

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