“Dear visitors…” Our Appearance in the Kentucky New Era

By October 7, 2013October 25th, 2014kudos

Hey all you web readers who might have come across some of our great news.

We were just featured in today’s Kentucky New Era (Much thanks to Zirconia Alleyne for the story) getting to tout and discuss some new and exciting awards and credentials that have come our way.

While in the process of updating our site to educate visitors about new offerings, we’ll go ahead and spell out some things right here and now so at least you have a deeper understanding about the additional offerings we are now serving our clients and these recent awards.

First, we earned another Telly Award for our work with Pennyroyal Hospice. The category was “Local Cable/TV – Work for Not-for-Profit Group.”  We have enjoyed so much working with Pennyroyal Hospice – their people, their noble mission to accommodate families, their enthusiasm and purpose to do everything they do.  It’s not everyday you run across a team like what they have but it is exciting, inspiring and motivational to be a part of their plans and goals. Check out the video for yourself.

Hudge Creative Earns first W3 award for web site brandingSecond, we earned our first W3 Award.  The W3 focuses on success and a caliber of product for sites, apps and other web-based media. In particular, we earned the award in the category of Branding for our client, Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County.  To earn this in the category of Branding made us ecstatic! MoHHCC had selected us for their “from scratch” web presence –  and not only the site, but their logo, business cards, video tour (on the site), and rack cards. We’ll share even more about the project and its many challenges and how we decided to answer those challenges in a future post! Thank you Alissa Keller and the MoHHCC board for choosing us.

The last thing featured in today’s article is HUGE. We’ve been working extremely hard the last eight months with ramping up what we could offer through partnering with Google. The move just made sense; we commonly create a lot of content for our clients – and now? Now, we can get it in front of the masses in a fraction of time that’s expected.  With having Google AdWords credentials, we can coach, build and manage clients’ Google AdWords campaigns to work toward achieving their marketing goals.

Example of search ads appearing on SERPWhat does that look like?

Ever Googled?  You see the text ads that are in the light yellow box at the top of the page or along the right side? We do that.

Ever browsed or shopped around the web, then noticed ads seeming to chase you around – on different sites, yet promoting that thing you were just looking at a bit ago?

We manage that.  In fact, our numbers are pretty darn good at achieving some nice results for clients.

In the coming weeks and months, we’ll be working to update the site to reflect these things and spell them out clearly.  We’re accepting new Google AdWords clients right now so be sure to call and book a free consultation to see if Hudge Creative is a great fit for your organization. Local, (270) 681-0324 or toll free, (855) 552-8398

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