National Google award for Bang Digital
2019 January: Campaign Brief discusses Bang Digital's big win at the 2018 Google Premier Partner AwardsPublished: 10 January 2019
Local digital marketing agency Bang Digital was recently awarded a Google Premier Partner award for AUS/NZ region in the Display Innovation Category.
To be part of the Premier Partner Awards, entrants have to first become a Google Partner and earn the coveted Premier Partner status. This is Google’s elite programme for agencies, designed to give them the tools and support they need to help their clients succeed with Google Ads. Only 3% of agencies qualify for the Premier status. 150 Premier Partner Agencies in Australia and New Zealand entered the awards, and only 30 were shortlisted. Of that 30, only 6 awards were presented.
“This is our second consecutive year being shortlisted for the Display Innovation award in Australia and New Zealand, we couldn’t be more thrilled to take out the top spot in 2018,” said Managing Director of Bang Digital, Renae Lunjevich (pictured with the agency’s Head of Digital Jack Kennedy).
“This award is external recognition of the hard work and creativity that our staff demonstrate on a daily basis, and to be a winner amongst the other finalists of established digital marketing agencies is really a great feeling of achievement.”
Bang Digital won the Display Innovation Category, showing expertise and innovation with Google Display Ads. The Google Display Network (GDN) allows companies to connect with consumers through a variety of digital ad formats across over two million websites. By leveraging advertising on the GDN, Bang Digital was able to gain valuable insights and track how their client’s adverts are performing on all platforms and contributes to the success of their digital campaigns.
Bang Digital will be soon releasing their 2019 WA Digital Marketing Report, the sixth consecutive year it has published the report. This is the first report of its kind in Western Australia, offering local businesses first-hand knowledge on the current state of digital marketing in WA.