As I’m just getting back into things, pardon one more post of personal pride (following the wedding announcement earlier).
360i, the indirect patrons of this blog and my work home for nearly two years now, has just been named MediaPost’s Search Agency of the Year. I take a lot of pride in what 360i’s doing, and they’ve been doing award-winning work for years (I joined them for a reason), so the award’s a welcome token of recognition. The only thing more rewarding is the feedback that comes from our clients, like one who wrote us saying, "Congratulations again on this
recognition, you guys really are the best and I am honored to be a
client" and another who just told us, "Thanks for
being exceptional partners. I love working with you all."
Honored? Love? Feedback like that is even harder to earn than an award.
But I’ll take the formal recognition too.
UPDATE: MediaPost’s full write-up of why 360i won the award is live, and also in the extended entry.
|Search Agency Of The Year: 360i|
|by Joe Mandese|
Welcome to the Machine
Let’s get one thing straight from the top, 360i doesn’t call itself a
CEO Bryan Wiener and his team
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