Gold Coast Digital Marketing Agency, ‘Get More Traffic,’ has taken out the ‘QLD State Winner’ category for the 2017 Australian Achiever Awards.
Announced in early March, the digital agency beat out a diverse range of other local businesses within the ‘Australian Advertising, Marketing & Public Relations Services’ category, and were judged by an array of client-focused criteria, including: Time Related Service, Addressing Client Needs, Care and Attention, Value, Attitude, Communication, and Overall Perception.
Nominated by their own customers for exceptional client service, the business achieved a score of 94.92%, placing the agency well above the 80% requirement for exceptional service.
Get More Traffic’s General Manager Kerry Anderson says he and his staff have been thrilled by the announcement.
“We are very lucky to have some of the best and brightest in digital marketing working alongside our clients! It’s our team passion to assist small businesses with their online growth that sets us apart from other digital agencies, and this award is yet another accolade for their hard work.
“Our exceptional staff are proud to be part of a multi award winning agency, and look forward to continuing to provide world class customer service as we grow in 2017 and beyond.”
Specialising in AdWords and SEO management for small to medium businesses, Get More Traffic are one of Australia’s few verified Google Premier Partners, and have been assisting Australian business owners with achieving their goals since 2009.
Last year the business also expanded into New Zealand, furthering their mission to ‘help drive success for small and medium sized businesses through transparent, results-based AdWords Management.’
Now into its twentieth year, the Australian Achiever Awards are an independent, unbiased award system based on assessment ratings from a business’s own customers, indicating those whose service has gone above and beyond.
Photo Credit: GMT Client Manager Emma Quinell & General Manager Kerry Anderson.
Photo: David Clark
Source: Gold Coast Bulletin