Recently we shared the good news that Receptional had been nominated for the European Search Awards 2016. This week we have’ also been nominated for two MOMA Awards and The Drum Search Awards.
At the MOMA Awards we will be competing for the best product/service launch on mobile for our work with Gracewell Healthcare.
Gracewell is a provider of high-end care homes, specialising in dementia, residential and nursing care. Their website and branding had become out of date and unsuited to a mobile world, but through rebranding and redesigning the website to be fully responsive, we increased their mobile traffic by 2,927% year on year, while mobile leads improved by 1,619%. The site’s bounce rate also fell as a result of the new mobile-friendly site.
As well as The MOMA Awards we have also been nominated in two categories in The Drum Search Awards. One of those categories is for the best charity/not for profit campaign for PPC through our work with Mencap.
Mencap does great work supporting the 1.4 million people in the UK with a learning disability. The charity was unhappy with the performance of its pay per click (PPC) account and their return on investment had been poor.
In September 2015, Mencap enlisted Receptional’s help to restructure its campaigns and secure additional Google Ad Grant funding. Over a three month period Receptional generated an additional $360,000 (£250,000) a year of ad spend for the charity along with much-needed extra revenue.
The second category in which Receptional was nominated is an award for individual contribution. Our SEO Consultant, Rob Newhouse has been recognised with a nomination for the Rising Star award. Rob joined us in September 2013, straight from school, as an apprentice. Since then, Rob has specialised in on-page SEO and web design. He now plays a key role in our agency.
Managing Director, Justin Deaville, adds ‘I’m really pleased that Receptional’s work has been recognised for all of their hard work for these awards. It’s wonderful to have our work and achievements acknowledged’.
The winners for the MOMA awards will be announced on the 18th May, and The Drum Search Awards will be announced on the 8th June. Fingers crossed!