Every penny raised through sponsorship & entry fees will go to charity
This event is a part of the Digital Marketing Day campaign and we are trying to raise £22,000 this year to support the Martin House Childrens Hospice.
The Martin House vision is "Every child and young person has access to palliative care when and where they need it." and they provide 24-hour support to children and young people and their families
We are running the Penguin awards to support that and so all trophies, hosting, editing, design and other costs are being covered by Little Warden Ltd.
Last year the awards and other silly things raised £10,000 for Martin house.
This year, we want to raise £22,000.
Most SEO awards conduct judging panels of noted industry talent and group them over the course of a few dates to narrow down the shortlist to a winner
That sounds great but we don't have that type of time, so we are just going to get my mum to choose the winner in each category
(I will warn you, she still thinks I work for Google and last time I visited I had to explain that the first results in Google were ads)
Got questions? We (probably) have an answer.
This is the first awards of this type we have organised so if the website doesn't mention something you need justContact Us
Yep, 100%. We love the other Search awards in the UK but we are always looking for other ways to raise money for charity (and we think they bypass some important categories such as 'best SEO lookalike')
Yep, We've bought £50 worth of cheerleader trophies on eBay and the winners will have their name engraved on each one.
YES! She is not quite SURE what she's doing yet but I'll help her along. Lesson one will be explaining what exactly SEO is.
The award results will be livestreamed on the Little Warden Facebook Page.