DMAs recognise Click Consult’s LloydsPharmacy Online Doctor work with place on shortlist

Oct 13th, 2016

While award wins and nominations are not out of the ordinary for Click, the latest DMA shortlisting is no less exciting for all involved

With a byline that states ‘rewardingly hard to win’, the DMAs are amongst the search marketing industry’s most prestigious awards – as a result, making the shortlist is, in and of itself, a reason to celebrate.

Click Consult’s work for LloydsPharmacy Online Doctor has been shortlisted for awards numerous times in the last twelve months while its latest win came at the Northern eCommerce Awards last month.

With a list of highly impressive results across a range of important metrics for the brand, the work has clearly caught the attention of the judges.

  • A 144% increase in organic sessions
  • An increase in online revenue of 17%
  • Increasing organic revenue by 77.59%
  • An increase of page 1 terms to 36

There are more details available on our award winning campaigns on our case studies page, or you can take a look at the video below for a more detailed look at the LloydsPharmacy Online Doctor campaign.

We’re proud of the client relationships we build here at Click Consult and they are possible in no small part due to the performance of the teams that work with our clients. From first contact through to delivery of assets and communication through the account managers, every step is careful, considered and expertly carried out.

With this in mind, Click Consult can have no complaints about the hard work and dedication to client performance of its teams of experts and look forward to both to the coming award ceremonies and to the continuation of the fantastic relationship we have with LloydsPharmacy Online Doctor and to many more nominations and awards in the coming months.

Want to find out what Click Consult can do for your brand? Contact us today, or take a look at our resources and blog for industry insights from an award winning agency.

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