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Shortlist Announced For The 2014 US Search Awards

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Shortlist Announced For The 2014 US Search Awards

The shortlist for the 2014 US Search Awards has been announced and winners will be revealed at an awards ceremony at Treasure Island on Wednesday 8 October during Pubcon Las Vegas.

Now in their second year, the US Search Awards features 20 categories to reward campaigns, software and the teams and individuals driving the industry forward.

The awards show was created to celebrate the very best in SEO, PPC, Digital and Content Marketing and attract hundreds of entries from some of the leading search / digital agencies and professionals from across the USA and beyond.

Entry numbers have massively increased this year, according to Don’t Panic MD Nicky Wake who also says “we’re delighted to see this growth and believe the ceremony will be an unmissable celebration of the digital marketing industry in the USA.”

As attendees of last year’s event, the SEJ team can attest to the fact that everyone who attended last year’s inaugural awards had a fantastic evening. Those in attendance were incredibly supportive of the recognition this kind of competition provides to those working in the industry.

The US Search Awards were launched in 2013 by British events agency Don’t Panic, the same agency responsible for the UK and European Search Awards. The awards are open to those based and delivering work in the USA and are touted as the “premiere celebration of the search industry.”

You can view the full shortlist for the 2014 US Search Awards right here.

Disclosure: SEJ Managing Editor, Kelsey Jones, and SEJ Founder, Loren Baker, are US Search Awards judges.

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