We are thrilled to announce NordicClick has been shortlisted for not one, but TWO US Search Awards this year: Best Local Campaign and Best Search Campaign – Health. Known as “the premiere celebration of SEO, PPC and content marketing in the US,” the US Search Awards recognize some of the finest work in our industry and we are delighted to be included in the lineup of candidates.
These nominations come from paid search efforts for local healthcare client St. Francis Regional Medical Center. Concerned about a lack of awareness around a brand new surgical offering, this client turned to us for a strategy to grow awareness and increase the number of consultations. This campaign raised awareness almost instantaneously for not only the new surgeon, but for the clinic as a whole, and boosted the new surgeon’s productivity in the areas of initial consultations and surgery cases by 56%.
“It’s a great honor to once again see NordicClick on the US Search Awards Shortlist in two separate categories in recognition for the quality of work our team does driving new business for our clients. The competition for this award is fierce, and we’re proud to have our client’s campaign considered alongside a select few other high performing ones.”Adam Proehl, Partner and Co-Founder
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: it’s our people who make us great here at NordicClick. Special round of applause for Associate Director of Paid Search, Brooke Osmundson for leading this effort as the account manager for St. Francis. Brooke’s impressive work ethic and dedication to her clients and this team are pivotal to our overall success as an agency. We are happy to see her efforts on behalf of St. Francis recognized in these nominations!
The awards will be presented on October 9 later this year in Las Vegas. Congratulations to our fellow nominees! You inspire and push us to do our very best.
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