Thursday, September 7, 2017

ADTAXI NAMED SEARCH ENGINE LAND 2017 AWARDS FINALIST








We are thrilled to announce that Search Engine Land recently included Adtaxi amongst the shortlist of nominees in the 2017 Landy Awards, selected from nearly 300 submissions from leading digital agencies, in-house marketing teams and individuals around the world.

We were named one of the finalists for the following Best Retail Search Marketing Initiative – SEM, recognizing successful and innovative campaigns utilizing best practices for paid search advertising in the retail/e-commerce industry.

The Search Engine Land editorial staff and contributors are the primary judges for the campaign focused categories, while industry luminaries and independent partners serve as guest judges for the individual, agency and in-house team awards categories.

Michelle Robbins, the SVP of Content and Editor-in-Chief of Search Engine Land, was incredibly impressed by the depth and scope of entries in this year's competition. "As a first time judge, having the opportunity to pull back the curtain and examine the campaigns executed by some of the top search marketers in the industry was inspiring. The work done, creativity expressed, and results achieved demonstrate what a truly talented community it is that we serve."

"It's an honor to be counted amongst some of the best search marketers the industry who are every day working to create and execute innovative solutions for advertisers," said Chris Loretto, Executive Vice President of Adtaxi. "It's exciting to showcase our expertise within search for the Retail industry and this recognition only energizes us to forge further ahead."

Winners will be announced during an evening awards ceremony and celebratory gala held on October 25, 2017 in New York City. The gala takes place during the week of Search Engine Land's annual SMX Conference, where the search industry gathers for continuing education on best practices in SEO and search advertising.

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