We’re just a few days away from the final entry deadline in this year’s Search Engine Land Awards competition!
There are 21 categories dedicated to recognizing the best search marketing initiatives, in-house and agency teams and individual honors for achieving excellence in SEO & SEM, including special honors for mobile, local, retail, B2B and B2C.
Entries close at 11:59PM PST on Thursday, June 30, 2016 – if you haven’t yet completed an application, get started here now.
Whether you enter the competition or not, we invite all search marketers across the industry to join us for a very special evening at the elegant Edison Ballroom in New York City.
The awards ceremony and gala will take place during our annual Search Marketing Expo & conference, on Wednesday, September 28th, from 8PM to 11PM, making it the perfect time to celebrate your obsession with search. You can buy tickets to the awards gala separately or in conjunction with a conference pass here.*
We’ll celebrate search in style, with champagne flowing and an open bar throughout the evening, complemented by high-end hors d’ouevres and gourmet food stations to fill every appetite. Formal cocktail party to black tie attire is requested, so you’ll be sure to look your best on the red carpet and on the dance floor.
That’s right, the hit of the party last year, the ensemble band 45 Riots will be back in full force and then some! This year, they’ll bringing along a horn section to entertain the crowd with a selection of modern jazz to contemporary hits.
Need any more convincing to attend? A portion of proceeds from the awards program will be donated to charity, with Third Door Media (publisher of Search Engine Land) guaranteeing a minimum donation of $5,000.
*All awards entrants will receive a 15% discount on an all-access pass to attend the SMX conference the week of the awards. Finalists will receive (1) complimentary ticket to the awards gala, and will be able to purchase additional tickets for colleagues.
See all the awards categories and submit your entry before it’s too late!