HERTS: TOP 5 Advanced SEO Tactics For 2017 with Distinctly

We’re delighted to have Distinctly as our Associate Sponsor for the second year running at the Hertfordshire Digital Awards.

Founded in 2009, Distinctly provide search marketing services including SEO, PPC and digital PR, which increase visibility, boost rankings and deliver fantastic results for clients including Arsenal Football Club, designer furniture retailer BoConcept and the University of Hertfordshire.

Ahead of the awards on September 21 at Knebworth House, we spoke to Tom Shurville, Managing Director of Distinctly, who shared his insights into advanced SEO tactics for 2017 and beyond.

In this first episode in a series of five Tom explores Log File Analysis; what is it and why is it important?

 

Tom said: “On-page optimisation and link building alone are no longer enough for successful SEO. Optimise your online presence through 2017 and beyond with our essential guide to five advanced SEO tactics, what they are and why you and your business should be utilising them, starting with Log File Analysis.

Log File Analysis

What is log file analysis?

A key element of technical SEO, log file analysis is key to ensuring your site ranks well before any on-page optimisation, content marketing or link building begins.

A log entry is created each and every time a server, app, OS or device performs an action, such as a visitor browsing a page on a site. Depending on the size of your site, this could total thousands per minute. Each entry is then stored on the server, with the resulting entries collated to form a log file.

Log file analysis is the process of examining these files to interpret findings from the data, including:

  • Security issues – such as hacking or malware
  • Compliance – ensuring required security levels are met
  • Network issues – identifying any system errors
  • Development and QA – identifying any bugs or flaws in a code or design release
  • Customer experience – ensuring visitors navigate smoothly through your site, particularly in areas such as a checkout or bookings page

Why do you need log file analysis?

Log files are a useful means of interpreting and understanding crawl behaviour for your website. Analysis of your log files can help you identify any potential issues with your site such as:

  • Areas of crawl deficiency
  • Any accessibility errors identified during a crawl
  • If crawl budget is being wasted and where

Any necessary updates and improvements can then be implemented, ensuring your site receives higher rankings plus potentially increased traffic, a higher conversion rate and optimum sales.

Whilst log files only tend to be investigated as a result of an issue such as a bug, hack or system error, it is recommended you analyse your log files on a regular basis as failing to identify and correct flaws in your site can cause issues such as:

  • Search engines such as Google may reduce their crawl capacity of your site due to a high level of error codes. This may affect your site page ranks
  • Pages you do not wish to appear in your SERPs may be crawled
  • Any URL redirects may not pass on link juice, causing your page rank to drop

For more information, [email protected] or call 01923 728191.

 

HERTS: Two Weeks Left To Enter HDA17

Entry for the Hertfordshire Digital Awards 2017 will close in two weeks.

The scheme is open to businesses from any industry and was set up in 2015 to celebrate the online achievements of businesses, charities and schools across the county.

HDA17 is free to enter and has 14 free-to-enter categories which are:

Website
Website: School, Education or Charity
Website: Marketing & Creative
Website: B2B
Website: Tourism & Hospitality
Website: Lifestyle & Culture
Website: Sports & Entertainment
Responsive Website
Mobile App
Blog: Business
Blog: Entertainment
Use of Social Media for Business
Use of Video for Business
Online Retailer

The Headline Sponsor of HDA17 is website hosting firm Nimbus Hosting and the Associate Sponsor is Distinctly

Entry is open to businesses from every industry sector, not just design agencies.

But design agencies wishing to enter can also enter their client work, even if the client is based outside of Hertfordshire.

Robin Bailey, Chair of the HDA17 Judging Panel said: “The Digital Awards is undoubtedly one of the highlights of the Hertfordshire calendar.

“It is a great opportunity for businesses, charities and schools to showcase their online work, promote their services and get recognised for their achievements.

“The event itself is a fantastic celebration of what’s great about progressive Hertfordshire businesses and an amazing networking opportunity among some of the county’s most influential organisations.”

The Hertfordshire Digital Awards is supported by Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce, Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership, the Department For International Trade and Hertfordshire Mercury.

The Presentation Evening will take place at Knebworth House on September 21, 2017.

Enter here

Entry closes at 5pm on July 21, 2017.

HERTS: Distinctly Backs HDAs For Second Year

Distinctly – one of Hertfordshire’s leading SEO and PPC agencies – has signed up as Associate Sponsor of the Hertfordshire Digital Awards for the second year running.

The company, based in Rickmansworth, will present the “Online Retailer” award at the Presentation Evening in September and take a place on the HDA17 judging panel.

Distinctly was founded in 2009 by Managing Director, Tom Shurville.

They offer a range of Internet search marketing services to clients to improve ranking results and website traffic.

Following last year’s sellout event featuring an exceptional standard of entries from businesses, charities and schools across the county, Tom was keen to get involved in the HDAs once again.

He said: “We are delighted to be collaborating with HDA17 again this year.

“The digital industry is thriving in Hertfordshire and it’s great to be part of these awards, celebrating the online achievements of businesses, charities and schools.”

Distinctly continues to thrive within the SEO and PPC landscape working with an impressive portfolio of clients including Arsenal Football Club, Vape Club, the University of Hertfordshire and international furniture retailer, BoConcept.

Their success is driven by delivering intelligently planned and executed SEO and PPC campaigns that increase search visibility and deliver fantastic results for our clients.

Distinctly – which also counts Watford Palace Theatre and the manufacturer InSinkErator among its clients – will now take a prominent position at the Awards.

Robin Bailey, Chairman of the HDAs Judging Panel, said: “We are delighted to welcome Distinctly back to the HDAs for the second year.

“I have said before and will say it again, Distinctly has proven over several years that they are a most effective, professional and progressive digital marketing agency and it’s a real bonus for us to have their support.”

Entry for HDA17 closes on July 21 and the Presentation Evening will take place at Knebworth House on September 21.

For more information about Distinctly visit https://distinctly.co or call 01923 728191. 

 

HERTS: One Month Left To Enter HDA17

Entry for the Hertfordshire Digital Awards 2017 will close in one month.

The scheme – which is open to businesses from any industry – was set up in 2015 to celebrate the online achievements of businesses, charities and schools across the county.

HDA17 is free to enter and has 14 free-to-enter categories which are:

Website
Website: School, Education or Charity
Website: Marketing & Creative
Website: B2B
Website: Tourism & Hospitality
Website: Lifestyle & Culture
Website: Sports & Entertainment
Responsive Website
Mobile App
Blog: Business
Blog: Entertainment
Use of Social Media for Business
Use of Video for Business
Online Retailer

The Headline Sponsor of HDA17 is website hosting firm Nimbus Hosting.

Entry is open to businesses from every industry sector, not just design agencies.

But design agencies wishing to enter can also enter their client work, even if the client is based outside of Hertfordshire.

Robin Bailey, Chair of the HDA17 Judging Panel said: “The Digital Awards is undoubtedly one of the highlights of the Hertfordshire calendar.

“It is a great opportunity for businesses, charities and schools to showcase their online work, promote their services and get recognised for their achievements.

“The event itself is a fantastic celebration of what’s great about progressive Hertfordshire businesses and an amazing networking opportunity among some of the county’s most influential organisations.”

The Hertfordshire Digital Awards is supported by Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce, Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership, the Department For International Trade and Hertfordshire Mercury.

The Presentation Evening will take place at Knebworth House on September 21, 2017.

Enter here

Entry closes at 5pm on July 21, 2017.

KENT: KDA17 Winners Announced

Charities, schools and businesses across Kent have been recognised for their progressive online work at the third annual Kent Digital Awards.

Accolades across 14 categories including “Website”, “Mobile App” and “Use of Social Media for Business” were presented to outstanding organisations at Ashford International Hotel on June 1.

Former BBC broadcaster Robin Bailey hosted and handed Gold, Silver and Bronze prizes to a host of worthy winners.

Special guests included Pete Kenyon, from Headline Sponsor Cripps, Mark Dance, Cabinet Minister for Economic Development at Kent County Council, Stuart Tanton of The Kent Foundation, and Clare Reeves of Clare Reeves Voiceovers, all of whom presented awards.

The Kent Digital Awards was set up in 2015 solely to showcase online work from across the county.

Celebrating a total of six awards including three Golds was Maidstone digital agency Ether Creative who clinched the top awards in “Mobile App” for the mountaineering project Whympr, “Responsive Website” for Get In The Mood and “Website: School, Education or Charity” for Heritage Watch (Kent).

Also scoring a hatrick of Gold awards was Tunbridge Wells web design company ifour who came out on top the overall “Website” category for their work on behalf of kitchen specialists Jones Britain, in “Online Retailer” for premium gift brand Cocoapod, and in “Use of Social Media for Business” for their own accounts.

Seeing double on the night was Canterbury web designers Red Bullet who were victorious in “Website: Lifestyle & Culture” for Kent Connected and in “Website: Sports & Entertainment” owing to their build for Cancer Research Winter Run Series.

The Kent Digital Awards 2017 was supported by Cripps (Headline Sponsor), Kent County Council, West Kent Chamber of Commerce and Industry, The Kent Foundation, Clare Reeves Voiceovers, Sleeping Giant Media, Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council, Kent Connects, Capricorn Media and Kent and Sussex Courier.

Tunbridge Wells agency Curve Interactive topped the podium in “Use of Video for Business” and Pillory Barn, in Maidstone, cleaned up in “Website: B2B” for their design for the Kent and Medway Growth Hub.

On a very good night for Maidstone “Website: Small Business” was picked up by GeoMedia while Maidstone Museum by The Hideout, based in Ulcombe, won the “Website: Tourism & Hospitality” gong.

Gold in the “Blog” classification was landed by Muddy Stilettos Kent for their lifestyle portal and Larrytech came out on top for Tunbridge Wells with Gold in “Website: Marketing & Creative”.

Head Judge and KDA17 Host Robin Bailey described the event as a “thrilling night”.

“What a sensational celebration the Kent Digital Awards has been once again and thank you so much to Cripps for getting behind it in such a big way.

“More entries than ever and so much superb talent from all walks of life in one room, celebrating digital and celebrating Kent, absolutely fantastic.”

Kent Digital Awards 2017 – The Winners

BLOG

Gold – Muddy Stilettos Kent
Silver – Talk Stagey To Me
Bronze – THP Accountants by Whitefish Marketing

MOBILE APP

Gold – Whympr by Ether Creative
Silver – 50 50 – The Addictive Slicing Game by App Design Dot Company
Bronze – Punditto by Ether Creative

ONLINE RETAILER

Gold – Cocoapod by ifour
Silver – Airberg by Larrytech
Bronze – Questor Insurance

RESPONSIVE WEBSITE

Gold – Get in the Mood by Ether Creative
Silver – ChilliApple
Bronze – Cancer Research Winter Run Series by Red Bullet

USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA FOR BUSINESS

Gold – ifour
Silver – Diggerland UK
Bronze – EVision Supercars

USE OF VIDEO FOR BUSINESS

Gold – Curve Interactive
Silver – Ashford Borough Council by Pillory Barn
Bronze – Hospitality Finder

WEBSITE

Gold – Jones Britain by ifour
Silver – Sunways Leisure Travel by mso
Bronze – Project 64

WEBSITE: B2B

Gold – Kent and Medway Growth Hub by Pillory Barn
Silver – Testudo by Interactive Red
Bronze – Bizbutterflies

WEBSITE: LIFESTYLE & CULTURE

Gold – Kent Connected by Red Bullet
Silver – Urban Truffle by Squiders
Bronze – Jordan Acoustics by Ether Creative

WEBSITE: MARKETING & CREATIVE

Gold – Larrytech
Silver – Falcon
Bronze – Project 64

WEBSITE: SCHOOL, EDUCATION OR CHARITY

Gold – Heritage Watch (Kent) by Ether Creative
Silver – Christ’s Hospital by mso
Bronze – Northfleet School For Girls by Open Water

WEBSITE: SMALL BUSINESS

Gold – GeoMedia
Silver – Loud Monkey by The Hideout
Bronze – Falcon

WEBSITE: SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Gold – Cancer Research Winter Run Series by Red Bullet
Silver – Miloco Studios by Ether Creative
Bronze – Avenue Tennis by ifour

WEBSITE: TOURISM & HOSPITALITY

Gold – Maidstone Museum by The Hideout
Silver – Kent Life by Red Bullet
Bronze – Sunways Leisure Travel by mso

ESSEX: EDA17 Winners Announced

Progressive charities, schools and businesses across Essex have been celebrated for their online work at the fourth annual Digital Awards.

Accolades across 18 categories including “Website”, “Mobile App” and “Use of Social Media for Business” were presented to outstanding organisations at Boreham House, near Chelmsford, on May 18.

Former BBC broadcaster Robin Bailey hosted EDA17 and handed Gold, Silver and Bronze prizes to a host of worthy winners.

Special guests included Tim Dunton, from Headline Sponsor Nimbus Hosting, Danielle Haley from Associate Sponsor Freelance SEO Essex, Paul Coffey from the Essex Employment and Skills Board, David Wilde from Superfast Essex, Peter Laight of Barclays and Katy Flower from Broadcast Media Partner Heart Essex, all of whom presented awards.

The Essex Digital Awards was set up in 2014 solely to showcase online work from across the county.

Leading the way on stage with double gold was Hockley-based Miru 3D who clinched the top awards in “Website: Small Business” and “Website: B2B”.

Taking gold in the flagship “Website” classification was premium kitchen appliance importer Euroline, from Colchester, while Prime Creative, in Leigh-on-Sea, landed the “Use of Social Media for Business” title for their work on behalf of Amateur Photographer magazine.

Colchester-based design agency Creative Quills picked up the main prize in the “Blog: Business” category and “Online Retailer” Gold went to Yumchaa by Graphic Evidence from Loughton.

Plume Maldon’s Community Academy came out on top in the “Mobile App” classification and Utilize by MC+Co Marketing from Ongar won out in “Responsive Website”.

Food writer Michelle Minnaar, won Gold in the “Blog: Entertainment” category for GreedyGourmet.com and the top “Use of Video for Business” gong was won by aQ2 for their film about Harry Flashman’s Tattoo Parlour in Chelmsford.

The independent EDA judges chose Felsted School by School Website in “Website: School, Education or Charity” and 193 year-old master millers Marriage’s Flour – based in Chelmsford – topped the podium in “Website: Lifestyle & Culture”.

Polar Creative, from Great Baddow, took the plaudits in “Website: Marketing and Creative” and Chelmsford City Racecourse were victorious in “Website: Sports & Entertainment”.

Winning the gold award in “Website: Tourism & Hospitality” was Compleat Caterers by Skyblue Creations from Coggeshall.

For the first time in Essex Digital Award’s history, a People’s Choice Award – voted by the public for finalists in all website categories – was won by The Green Apron, a cookery school in Coggeshall.

There was also a special “Spirit of Essex” award, which is given to one organisation chosen for attracting significantly positive exposure to the county and this was presented to the Wilkin & Sons for their digital work around the Tiptree Jam estate.

 There was also presentation of a ‘Future of Essex Award’ in collaboration with the Essex Education & Industry STEM Programme which went to talented teenager Nathan Banks from The Gilberd School.

Runners Up awards were presented to Rebecca Jilks of The Boswells School and Ross Aylen, Tendring Technology College.

The Essex Digital Awards 2017 is sponsored by Nimbus Hosting, Freelance SEO Essex, Essex Chambers of Commerce, Heart Essex, Superfast Essex, Essex Employment & Skills Board and Barclays.

It is also supported by the Department for International Trade, Essex Chronicle, Clare Reeves Voiceovers, Capricorn Media, Noise PR, designsixtyfour.com, Basildon Council, Brentwood Borough Council, Rochford District Council, Southend-on-Sea Borough Council, Maldon District Council.

 


 

Essex Digital Awards 2017 – The Winners

Blog: Business
BRONZE – Fireplace Products
SILVER – Darkworld Gaming
GOLD – Creative Quills

Blog: Entertainment
BRONZE – Project: Wanderlust by Langley Media
SILVER – All Things Spliced
GOLD – Greedy Gourmet

Mobile App
BRONZE – Maths Test by Andrew Suttle
SILVER – My Eye Spy by Morris Projects
GOLD – Plume Maldon’s Community Academy

Online Retailer
BRONZE – Fireplace Products
SILVER – Love Pleasure
GOLD – Yumchaa by Graphic Evidence

Responsive Website
BRONZE – Invest Southend on Sea
SILVER – Felsted School by School Website
GOLD – Utilize by MC+Co Marketing

Use of Social Media for Business
BRONZE – Wedding Day Angel
SILVER – The Good Vet & Pet Guide
GOLD – Amateur Photographer by Prime Creative

Use of Video for Business
BRONZE – The Robin Cancer Trust
SILVER – KPMG by Main Media
GOLD – Harry Flashman’s Tattoo Parlour by aQ2

Website
BRONZE – Lumen Archaeology
SILVER – MC+Co Marketing
GOLD – Euroline

Website: B2B
BRONZE – Inntel by Valiant Design
SILVER – Euroline
GOLD – Miru 3D

Website: Lifestyle & Culture
BRONZE – The Green Apron
SILVER – Katie Murphy Permanent Make-Up by Digital Reflow
GOLD – Marriage’s Flour

Website: Marketing & Creative
BRONZE – Photographer Liam Gillan
SILVER – MC+Co Marketing
GOLD – Polar Creative

Website: School, Education or Charity
BRONZE – The Linnean Society of London by Enovate Design
SILVER – Seymour House Day Nursery by Twist Interactive Design
GOLD – Felsted School by School Website

Website: Small Business
BRONZE – The Lampshade Company
SILVER – The Green Apron
GOLD – Miru 3D

Website: Sports & Entertainment
BRONZE – Colchester Leisure World by Colchester Borough Council
SILVER – JP Tackle by Twist Interactive Design
GOLD – Chelmsford City Racecourse

Website: Tourism & Hospitality
BRONZE – Orsett Hall Hotel, Restaurant & Spa
SILVER – Wild Essex
GOLD – Compleat Caterers by Skyblue Creations

Spirit of Essex
GOLD – Wilkin & Sons

People’s Choice Award
GOLD – The Green Apron

Future of Essex
SILVER – Rebecca Jilks, The Boswells School
SILVER – Ross Aylen, Tendring Technology College
GOLD – Nathan Banks, The Gilberd School

HERTS: New Category Sponsorship For Just £749+ VAT

A new package offering sponsorship of a category at the Hertfordshire Digital Awards 2017 for just £749+VAT is now available.

The breakthrough offer – which is marketed on a first-come-first-served basis – includes substantial advertising opportunities online and huge branding exposure at the HDA17 Presentation Evening at Knebworth House on September 21.

The categories on offer include:-

“Use of Social Media for Business”
“Mobile App”
“Use of Video for Business”
“Online Retailer”
“Website: B2B”
“Blog”
“Website: Small Business”
“Website: School, Education or Charity”

Also wrapped up within the package are five tickets to the event, the opportunity to be interviewed during a live social media broadcast on the night and the chance to present an award on stage.

The Hertfordshire Digital Awards launched in 2015 and has sold out in the past two years.

In 2016, it welcomed close to 450 entries from businesses, charities and schools across the county and entry closes this year on July 21.

The HDAs is open to businesses from every industry sector, not just web designers and agencies.

The Headline Sponsor of the Kent Digital Awards 2017 is Nimbus Hosting and it is also supported by Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce, Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership, UK Government’s Department For International Trade, Hertfordshire Mercury, Welwyn & Hatfield Borough Council and Clare Reeves Voiceovers.

To find out more about the HDA Category Sponsorship Package Offer for £749+VAT, call the HDA team on 01277 356200 or email [email protected]

KENT: Sponsor Kent Digital Awards Category For £749+VAT

A new package offering sponsorship of a category at the Kent Digital Awards 2017 for just £749+VAT is now available.

The breakthrough offer – which is marketed on a first-come-first-served basis – includes substantial advertising opportunities online and huge branding exposure at the KDA17 Presentation Evening at Ashford International Hotel on June 1.

The categories on offer include:-

“Use of Social Media for Business”
“Mobile App”
“Use of Video for Business”
“Online Retailer”
“Website: B2B”
“Blog”
“Website: Small Business”
“Website: School, Education or Charity”

Also wrapped up within the package are five tickets to the event, the opportunity to be interviewed during a live social media broadcast on the night and the chance to present an award on stage.

The Kent Digital Awards launched in 2015 and has sold out in the past two years.

In 2017, it welcomed more than 650 entries from businesses, charities and schools across the county and finalists were announced on April 25.

The KDAs is open to businesses from every industry sector, not just web designers and agencies.

The Headline Sponsor of the Kent Digital Awards 2017 is Cripps and it is also supported by Kent County Council, West Kent Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Kent Connects, The Kent Foundation, Sleeping Giant Media, Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council and Clare Reeves Voiceovers.

To find out more about the KDA Category Sponsorship Package Offer for £749+VAT, call the KDA team on 01277 356200 or email [email protected]

ESSEX: Barclays Sponsors EDA17 “Social Media” Category

The Essex Digital Awards is proud to announce Barclays is to sponsor an award at EDA17.

The multi-national bank will sponsor the “Use of Social Media for Business” category and attend the Presentation Evening on May 18 at Boreham House, Chelmsford.

Barclays has a long history of event sponsorship and supporting the business community.

From 2001-2016 Barclays was Title Sponsor of the English Premier League and will continue as its Banking Partner until at least 2019.

Under the Barclaycard brand it also sponsors the British Summer Time Hyde Park festival in London, the O2, The Donmar Warehouse, Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham and the Barclays Center – a state-of-the-art sports and entertainment venue in New York City and home to the professional basketball team the Brooklyn Nets.

In 2014 the bank launched Barclays Digital Eagles, an initiative to support people and businesses in achieving digital literacy.

Last year it also set-up Eagle Labs, a rollout of fully resourced, community-based, workspaces across the UK to help businesses grow and to enable collaborative innovation and digital empowerment for all.

Eagle Labs is a “a space to create, innovate and grow”, according to labs.uk.barclays

Peter Laight, Relationship Director, Essex and North East London SME, at Barclays explained why the bank chose to get involved.

He said: “We are proud to support the Essex Digital Awards and welcome new technology and the opportunities they offer for business and our society”

The Essex Digital Awards is the first and only scheme to celebrate the online achievements of businesses, charities and schools from across the county.

It is one of six separate Digital Awards schemes alongside those in Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Kent, Surrey and Sussex.

Robin Bailey, Chairman of the independent Digital Awards Judging Panel, said: “We are absolutely delighted to welcome Barclays to the Essex Digital Awards.

“Barclays has pioneered many successful new digital services and continues to support the small business sector and wider community by offering free training during this ‘digital revolution.

“Barclays is the perfect fit for the Essex Digital Awards and we are proud to be working with them.”

For more information about Digital Eagles click here

 

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KENT: KDA17 Finalists Announced

The finalists of the Kent Digital Awards 2017 have been announced and tickets for the Presentation Evening are now available.

The remaining entrants in each category are now in with a chance of clinching Gold, Silver and Bronze awards at the third KDA dinner ceremony on June 1, at Ashford International Hotel, Ashford.

Tickets are on sale now and are expected to go quickly, following last year’s sell-out event.

The KDA team claim the event will be a “an amazing celebration”, with networking and entertainment lined up alongside the awards presentation.

Presenting awards at the Presentation Evening will be Headline Sponsor Cripps alongside a number of influential organisations across the county.

KDA17 is also supported by Kent County Council, West Kent Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Kent Connects, The Kent Foundation, Sleeping Giant Media, Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council and Clare Reeves Voiceovers.

The Kent Digital Awards 2017 Presentation Evening will include an arrival drink, two-course meal and a complimentary third of a bottle of wine person.

The event will be hosted by the former BBC presenter Robin Bailey.

Tickets are priced at £62.50+VAT with a special 10% discount on tables for ten click

The KDAs is the first and only scheme within the county dedicated to celebrating the online achievements of businesses, schools and charities.


Kent Digital Awards 2017 Finalists

BLOG
Infinity Group
Inside Martyn’s Thoughts
ionCube
Muddy Stilettos Kent
Talk Stagey To Me
The Hideout
THP Accountants by Whitefish Marketing

MOBILE APP
50 50 – The Addictive Slicing Game by App Design Dot Company
My Fitness Times by ChilliApple
PLA Tidal Thames by mso
Punditto by Ether Creative
Whympr by Ether Creative

ONLINE RETAILER
Airberg by Larrytech
Cocoapod by ifour
Compare and Recycle
Maidenhead Aquatics by Ether Creative
Questor Insurance
The Essex Group by The Creation Lab
Titan Grass by Brave Little Tank

RESPONSIVE WEBSITE
Cancer Research Winter Run Series by Red Bullet
ChilliApple
Get in the Mood by Ether Creative
Lounge Hair Boutique by YmeriHart
Supersonic Playground
Team Bridle Racing by Signature Image Consultants
The Funeral Planning Authority by The Hideout

USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA FOR BUSINESS
Diggerland UK
EVision Supercars
ifour
Questor Insurance
Swale Young People
Tru-Lawn by Brave Little Tank
Visit Thanet by Thanet District Council

USE OF VIDEO FOR BUSINESS
ASG Designs
Ashford Borough Council by Pillory Barn
Curve Interactive
HOPS360° by Digitom
Hospitality Finder
Ruxley by The Creation Lab
The Drummer Agency

WEBSITE
Falcon
Jones Britain by ifour
Kent Sport by Red Bullet
Maidstone Museum by The Hideout
Northfleet School For Girls by Open Water
Project 64
Sunways Leisure Travel by mso

WEBSITE: B2B
Bizbutterflies
CC Studio Architects by Brave Little Tank
ITL Group by Pillory Barn
Itris by ifour
Kent and Medway Growth Hub by Pillory Barn
McBrides by Larrytech
Testudo by Interactive Red

WEBSITE: LIFESTYLE & CULTURE
Chord Electronics by 6-2 Design
Jordan Acoustics by Ether Creative
Kent Connected by Red Bullet
Radiance by Helena
RetroLab by ecce.
Urban Truffle by Squiders
V-Tex by ifour

WEBSITE: MARKETING & CREATIVE
Brave Little Tank
Falcon
Larrytech
Maxim
Project 64
Röff & Co.
Supersonic Playground

WEBSITE: SCHOOL, EDUCATION OR CHARITY
Christ’s Hospital by mso
Fosse Bank School by The Hideout
Heritage Watch (Kent) by Ether Creative
Lola’s Journey by YmeriHart
Northfleet School For Girls by Open Water
PassPilot by Falcon
Rugby School by mso
Swale Young People

WEBSITE: SMALL BUSINESS
Beverly Landais by Larrytech
Falcon
Flying Fish Properties
GeoMedia
Loud Monkey by The Hideout
Reco Surfaces by Fly Marketing
The Piano Shop Kent by Larrytech

WEBSITE: SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Avenue Tennis by ifour
Cancer Research Winter Run Series by Red Bullet
Gravesham Borough Council – The Woodville by Seatlive
Kennington Cricket Club by YmeriHart
Kent Sport by Red Bullet
Miloco Studios by Ether Creative
Team Bridle Racing by Signature Image Consultants

WEBSITE: TOURISM & HOSPITALITY
Elite Pubs by Squiders
Kent Life by Red Bullet
Love it Here Holidays by The Hideout
Maidstone Museum by The Hideout
Root 1066 by ifour
Sunways Leisure Travel by mso
The Aspinall Foundation