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by Ben Norman on 17th September 2012
We’ve been given a double helping of good news on this fine Monday, with the announcement that Koozai are nominated in two categories for the Somecomms Awards 2012. As well as being in the mix for the Best Blog award, we’ve also been recognised in the Best Large Agency section, which is fantastic.
The UK Social Media Communication Awards recognise the achievements of agencies and campaigns throughout the social sphere. As such we’re delighted to have been nominated, particularly when considering the strength of the competition.
We invest a great deal in our blog (as highlighted in my recent post – Why I Don’t Have A Brand New Lamborghini) and always look for new ways to evolve the content we publish. This is why we expanded to include Koozai TV, separating out our video from written posts and hopefully providing a useful resource for our visitors. As such it is always nice to receive a little recognition, especially when it comes in the form of independent award nominations.
Equally, to be in the running for the Best Large Agency is testament to the work that the team has put in over the last few years. It’s a fantastic honour for us, particularly following our rebranding last year and continued efforts to build our digital marketing agency and the services we offer.
The Somecomms Awards take place in Manchester on October 18th. While we’ll be keeping our fingers crossed, it’s a huge honour just to be shortlisted – especially in two categories. With the Fresh Awards and Digital Entrepreneur of the Year Awards also still to come, it’s already been our most successful year to date, which is testament to the ongoing efforts of the whole team.
Managing Director of Koozai, Ben Norman has extensive knowledge of search engine marketing. A regular writer on the subject, Ben’s first book, ‘Getting Noticed on Google’ has sold over 50,000 copies. Ben’s comprehensive knowledge is written in a straightforward and easily understandable way; be sure to read his sought after contributions on the future of Koozai.