Erudite Shortlisted for 3 Wirehive 100 Agency Awards

We at Erudite are pleased to report that – following an anxious morning of waiting – we have been shortlisted for no fewer than three awards at the Wirehive 100 Awards 2016!

It’s been an exciting year for us, one in which we’ve taken on some great clients and ground-breaking projects, whilst delivering some of the best results we’ve generated to date. We are delighted that this work has been recognised by the Wirehive judging panel, and would like to take this moment to congratulate all the other agencies and individuals who’ve found themselves shortlisted for an award today.

The first of the awards we were nominated for – announced just after 11 this morning – was for Best Content Creation. The project entered to this award was an interactive casino glossary for one of our larger clients, complete with animations, unique storytelling and original visual imagery. We’re especially proud of our creative team for this particular commendation!

Second to be announced was Best Use of Search, for an all-round SEO strategy we delivered for Shorefield Holidays between September 2015 and May 2016. Our work with Shorefield saw their sales, revenue and conversion rates shoot up, and we really enjoyed working with the great team over there to drive the company forward.

Our third and final shortlist entry, rather than being focused on the company as a whole, centered on our fantastic leader, Nichola Stott. Nichola’s done an amazing job for Erudite and the SEO industry more broadly through the years, and we’re all delighted that she’s been recognised for all that she’s given by being shortlisted for Digital Leader of the Year – we can’t think of anyone more deserving of this accolade.

Now all eyes turn to the awards ceremony on the 13th of October. Wirehive never fail to put on a memorable event, and we look forward to spending the night celebrating the very best in the South East’s digital talent once again. We hope to see you there!

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