Last Thursday the UK Search Awards were handed out in London. In an evening full of food, drinks and networking 27 different awards were handed out. All the lucky winners you can find below, but first some tweets and pictures from the evening!
Congratulations to ALL the winners of the UK Search Awards 2015!
BEST USE OF SEARCH – RETAIL
Periscopix & Toys ‘R’ Us – Results R Us
BEST USE OF SEARCH – FINANCE
MoneySuperMarket.com – Car Insurance PPC Efficiency Through Data Integration
BEST USE OF SEARCH – TRAVEL / LEISURE
Verve Search – Idioms of the World for HotelClub
BEST USE OF SEARCH – GAMING
Blueclaw & bwin.party – Leading the team to Three iGaming Victories
BEST USE OF SEARCH – THIRD SECTOR
GLL & BlueGlass – ‘Making SEO Better’
BEST LOCAL CAMPAIGN
Brainlabs – Deliveroo
BEST LOW BUDGET CAMPAIGN
Found & Randstad Finance & Professionals – Randstad Not The Ordinary 9-5
BEST USE OF PR IN A SEARCH CAMPAIGN
Verve Search – Idioms of the World for HotelClub
BEST USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN A SEARCH CAMPAIGN
AccorHotels & NetBooster – A Tale of Three Cities
BEST INTEGRATED CAMPAIGN
MoneySuperMarket.com – #EpicStrut – Digital Integration with ATL Brand Activity
BEST PPC CAMPAIGN
Brainlabs – Real Time Bidding – Alpharooms
BEST SEO CAMPAIGN
Dixons Carphone & Greenlight – Cooking up an SEO Storm.
BEST USE OF CONTENT MARKETING
Latitude and London & Country Mortgages – Game of Loans
INNOVATION – CAMPAIGN
Starcom Mediavest Group – Its S6 and You Know It Samsung Hijacks
INNOVATION – SOFTWARE
BEST PPC MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE SUITE
BEST SEO SOFTWARE SUITE
BEST SEARCH SOFTWARE TOOL
Kerboo – Data intelligence for search marketers and brand managers
BEST IN-HOUSE TEAM
MoneySuperMarket.com Digital Team
BEST SMALL PPC AGENCY
The Media Image
BEST LARGE PPC AGENCY
BEST SMALL SEO AGENCY
BEST LARGE SEO AGENCY
BEST SMALL INTEGRATED SEARCH AGENCY
BEST LARGE INTEGRATED SEARCH AGENCY
YOUNG SEARCH PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR
Mike Litson – Greyheart Media
UK SEARCH PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR
Matt Roberts – Linkdex
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When it comes to the job interview process, some employers offer an amazing experience that can make you want to join the company on the spot. However, some companies offer an interview experience that may make you want to start your job search all over again.
So which companies are getting the candidate experience right? Today, Glassdoor reveals the winners of its inaugural Candidates’ Choice Awards, recognizing employers with the best interview experience, according to those who know best – the job candidates. Specifically, we’re recognizing employers across nearly 50 industries with the highest percentage of job candidates who have reported a positive interview experience over the past year.
According to feedback shared by job candidates on Glassdoor, winning employers tend to provide a transparent, efficient and organized interview process, while communicating with candidates throughout.
Here are the Glassdoor Candidates’ Choice Awards winners by industry:
How do other companies compare? Check out all companies that met the methodology.
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The Glassdoor Candidates’ Choice Awards recognizes employers across dozens of industries with the highest percentage of job candidates who have reported a positive interview experience over the past year. To be considered, a company must receive at least 100 interview experience ratings, shared by job candidates on Glassdoor, over the past year (8/28/14-8/27/15). In cases where companies have the same positive interview experience percentage, the company with the higher neutral interview experience receives the higher rank. In cases where companies also have the same neutral interview experience, the company with more interview reviews receives the higher rank. A company’s positive interview experience percentage must also meet or exceed that of the average company on Glassdoor (54% average positive interview experience, based on more than 400,000 companies featured on Glassdoor). On Glassdoor, industries represent sub-categories within sectors. Companies are categorized into their respective industries as they appear on Glassdoor. In cases in which a company has no industry affiliation on Glassdoor or its industry affiliation does not reflect its business, the Glassdoor review panel reserves the right to categorize or re-categorize a company based on external references.