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Noble Studios finalist in 2016 Search Engine Land Awards

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Noble Studios has been named to the list of finalists in the 2016 Search Engine Land (Landy) Awards, which recognizes individuals, agencies and internal marketing teams within the digital marketing community who have demonstrated excellence in executing organic and paid search marketing initiatives.

Noble is one of five international finalists up for Best Overall SEO Initiative in the small business client category for its work on Tahoe South, a website and mobile experience created for the Lake Tahoe Visitor’s Authority. Finalists recognized within this category represent the best agencies or consulting services that work to improve organic SEO efforts for small to medium-sized organizations/websites through the improvement of technical elements, on-page content and off-page factors.

“Noble is truly honored to be recognized for this award by Search Engine Land,” said Michael Thomas, CMO and partner of Noble Studios in a press release. “Search engine optimization is one of the key pillars of Noble’s work, so to be recognized at this level is extraordinary.”

Past Landy finalists and winners include Go Fish Digital for Reston Limo, Piston Agency for their Mophie Super Bowl 2015 campaign, iProspect for Chevrolet Performance and more.

According to Search Engine Land’s website, “The Landy Awards were created to recognize excellence in search marketing. With nearly 200 entries, this year’s competition will undoubtedly showcase the incredible efforts of search marketers across the globe.”

Winners of this year’s Landy Awards will be announced on Sept. 28, during the SMX conference in New York City.


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