Last week brought in some great news for the London-based eCommerce SEO agency NOVOS. Being one of the few agencies using The Happiness Index for its employees, the agency saw the team’s happiness triple as it won three prestigious international awards for its organic search campaigns. Among several contestant agencies from around the world, NOVOS won two awards at Global Search Awards held in New York: Best Use of Search in Retail for its SEO campaign for the popular flower-delivery eCommerce brand, Bloom & Wild — and Best SEO Agency. It also won the title of Best Global SEO Agency (Small) at the Global Agency Awards.
The jury, comprising of some of the biggest names in the digital marketing and SEO world, recognised NOVOS’ comprehensive SEO strategy for its client, Bloom & Wild. The strategy exceeded the set targets, resulting in 1 million monthly website visits while following some unconventional methods during the campaign. NOVOS worked closely with Bloom & Wild’s SEO Manager, Daisy Hunt, to achieve the spectacular feat.
NOVOS’ commitment towards its team wellbeing also received a special mention by the judges as they crowned the agency with the title of Best Global SEO Agency.
Understandably, the team morale at the young agency, which employs a tightly knit team of 15, is running high. “Being recognised and rewarded for what we’re doing as a business and also for the work the team has produced was the best case scenario we could have asked for as a 2-year-old agency. The best part about winning the awards is the boost it’s given to the team and how it has strengthened our company culture”, says the co-founder Samuel Hurley.
Launched by two former agency employees in 2018, NOVOS has disrupted the SEO agency scene in the UK by working with over 80 eCommerce brands in a short period of time. So far, the agency has helped its clients spanning the UK, the US and European markets generate over 30 million GBP in organic growth. However, as NOVOS’ SEO Lead, Daniel Cartland, points out, “we’re only just getting started”.