Tecmark team receives European recognition



We’re pleased to announce that we’ve been shortlisted three times for the 2015 European Search Awards!

Our search, content, outreach and development experts have been recognised for their tireless efforts with a number of clients and will now go up against the best in Europe at the awards ceremony in Berlin next month.

We are:

  • Shortlisted twice in the the “˜Best Use of PR in a Search Campaign’ category, recognising our work with Insurance Revolution and Dronsfields.

  • One of eight agencies shortlisted for the “˜Best Large Agency’ award.

The European Search Awards are an international competition that celebrate the very best in SEO, PPC, digital and content marketing in Europe.

The awards are now in their fourth year and attract hundreds of entries from some of the leading search and digital agencies and professionals from across Europe.

For more information, visit www.europeansearchawards.com.

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