We’re pleased to share the news that Click Consult, our search and digital marketing agency, has taken home not one, not two, or three but four awards this week!

Digital Impact Awards

The Digital Impact Awards is the UK’s largest celebration of digital work in corporate communications and aims to set the industry-wide benchmark in digital stakeholder engagement. The ceremony, held on Tuesday 22nd October at London’s iconic Brewery,  saw Click awarded the following clutch of awards:

  • Best Use of Digital from the Financial Services Sector (Gold Award) – Chill Insurance 
  • Best Use of Digital from the Retail Sector (Silver Award) – Liverpool ONE 
  • Best Use of Digital from the Travel, Leisure and Tourism Sector (Highly Commended) Kwik Fit 

Click CEO Matt Bullas said: “To be recognised within three categories at the UK’s most prestigious digital award ceremony is testament to the hard work and dedication of the team at Click Consult. We’re continually looking to enhance our service proposition and to now see our bespoke approach being recognised at the highest level is great to see.”

Northern eCommerce Awards

Held at the iconic Hilton hotel in Deansgate, Manchester, on Wednesday, 23rd October, these awards celebrate the very best campaigns in the North of England. The team were delighted to pick up the top honour in the Best Search Marketing category for its work with Liverpool ONE.

Click’s campaign put together for Liverpool ONE looks at harnessing the power of digital and search marketing to drive actual footfall for the shopping district. This year, they put a focus on a multifaceted strategy including SEO, inbound marketing and paid search, and have seen results in every area.

Matt Bullas, said: “Liverpool ONE is an excellent client to have and a great brand to work with. We have worked hard with their team to deliver campaigns that work all year round and have seen much success. We decided to use a range of services, tools and techniques to get the most from their audience and we have seen more people than ever engaging with the brand online.”