Merkle (www.merkle.com), a leading technology-enabled, data-driven performance marketing agency, announced that Periscopix, a Merkle company, has received seven Drum Search Awards. The Drum Search Awards honor exemplary individuals and companies at the forefront of the search industry in the UK. The Drum, the UK’s largest marketing website, launched the inaugural awards program to recognize and reward the most innovative, creative, and effective search campaigns and strategies across both PPC and SEO.
Most notably, Periscopix was recognized for the night’s most prestigious award, Performance Agency of the Year. Periscopix, a leading London-based performance marketing agency, specializes in search, programmatic media, and web analytics, delivering measurable results for top-tier global and European brands. The Periscopix team of over 120 digital media experts recently joined Merkle under the umbrella of Merkle’s Digital Agency Group, adding to the team its deep expertise in performance marketing across European markets.
Periscopix also took top honors in the following categories:
- Best Use of Paid Search as Part of a Programmatic Strategy: World First
- Best Use of Connected Devices: Rentokil-Initial/JC Ehrlich
- Best Retail & eCommerce Campaign (PPC): Toys ‘R’ Us
- Best Consumer Products & Services Campaign (PPC): Rentokil-Initial/JC Ehrlich
- Best B2B Campaign (PPC): PPL
- Best Charity & Not for Profit Campaign (PPC): Agape Volunteers
“We are thrilled to win seven Drum Search awards. Two things really stand out as exciting for us. Firstly, we won awards for the work that we do for five different clients. We take pride in all of our client work and whether large or small, we want the work we manage for every single client to be of award-winning caliber,” said Marc Warren, Senior Vice President, Periscopix, a Merkle company. “Secondly, to win Performance Agency of the Year, against such incredibly strong industry competition, is an amazing acknowledgement of the hard work put in by an extremely talented group of individuals, and I’m very proud of their achievements.”