Recommended Agency Register (RAR) is The Drum’s service to help brands to choose agencies, based on ratings. The RAR database contains over 55,000 ratings left by brands. The awards are judged and based purely on verified, independent client feedback, and with over 9,000 agencies in the running, the competition is tough to say the least.
These awards are one of a kind in the industry – there are no entries to submit or papers to write. Winning can only be achieved through the high regard of clients. Each year The Drum download the ratings from their database to identify which agencies are the highest-rated by clients for digital services, and recognise those agencies via the RAR Digital Awards.
In short, it helps to quickly identify which agencies provide the best digital services, and team Hallam has been shortlisted in the following 16 categories:
40-99 staff category:
- Digital strategy
- Service delivery
- Content strategy/creation
- Client service
- Online analytics/measurables
- Digital full service
- Web design
- Web development
- Strategic thinking
With an impressive overall rating of 9.4 on RAR, Hallam has cemented itself as one of the leading agencies in the UK.
Jake Third, Sales Director at Hallam, says: “ This is a huge achievement, with credit going to the entire team at Hallam! These awards mean so much to the team at Hallam, as it is the team’s collective efforts that have led to these nominations, as the RAR Awards are based solely on client feedback and ratings.”
Managing Director, Susan Hallam says: “We are absolutely delighted with gaining 16 nominations. It is an indication to show just how good the team at Hallam are, and the quality service we provide our clients. We are also lucky to be working with some fantastic clients who give us the opportunity to make their business more successful online.
“It’s important to mention that the nominations are based only on client reviews and we didn’t pay or write any applications to enter. It is a true reflection of the quality work we produce.”
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