Latitude Digital Marketing has won the award for best PPC and SEO agency at the How-Do awards from a pool of over 200 entries. Latitude was recognised for its trading success in 2011 and cutting edge Pay-Per-Click and Search Engine Optimisation Marketing. The judging process looked at challenges and opportunities agencies faced in 2011 as well as new client win and retention rates during the last 12 months. The growth of Latitude’s international and vertical reach alongside investment and innovation in both SME and enterprise level PPC and SEO work, resulted in Latitude winning the title.

The How-Do awards celebrate innovation and success within the digital and media industries. Latitude, who has recently acquired a string of accounts including beer brand BrewDog and signed a partnership with web hosting company 1&1 and Trinity Mirror, is proud to have been recognised for its expertise.

“Latitude has been a pioneering agency in Search Marketing since our conception”, Richard Gregory, COO of Latitude, commented. “Being recognised for this award reflects our constant drive to develop and keep at the forefront of all things digital. The success of our PPC work both internationally and in the UK alongside the pre-emptive measures we took to ensure our SEO clients were fully prepared for the launch of Google Panda, are only a fraction of what we have achieved in the last 12 months. Latitude continues our evolution in everything search and digital.”

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Salla Venalainen, Marketing Executive, Latitude Digital Marketing
T: 0207 952 8008

About Latitude
Latitude is a leading digital marketing agency who deliver their expertise in Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), Pay Per Click (PPC), social media, online display advertising, affiliate marketing and conversion analytics to clients internationally including Gala Coral, bet365 and Fitness First. Our whole approach is built on performance and our conversion analytics expertise ensures that, once visitors get to your site, they convert from prospects to customers

Published on: 10:50AM on 27th April 2012