Path Interactive Wins Best in Class Agency at Conductor’s 2017 Searchie Awards

Sarah Fonseca Dryden Sarah Fonseca Dryden April 27, 2017 Category Agency News

We’re so proud to announce that we were named Best in Class Agency by Conductor at the 2017 Searchie Awards. Awarded to the agency team that delivered best in class strategy, execution, and experience for their clients in 2017, this award truly reflects our SEO team’s unfailing dedication to our clients’ digital marketing success.

Our teams use the Conductor Searchlight platform to manage natural and organic search strategies for our mid- and enterprise-level SEO clients. With integrated keyword- and content-level performance metrics and dashboard analyses, we build business cases for – and execute on – smart SEO strategies that deliver scalable ROI. Our SEO team members are all Conductor-certified, and teams are led by Strategists certified at the highest “Legend” level.

The annual Conductor Searchie Awards are held during Conductor’s C3 conference each year, and recognize marketers for their great achievements and innovation in organic marketing. At each annual C3 conference, brand and agency teams are nominated by Conductor customers and staff across a variety of categories including Best in Class Brand, Industry MVP, Best Global SEO, and more.

To see Searchie Awards winners from the rest of the categories, check out the recap from Conductor here.

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