Oxford digital marketing agency scores two prestigious nominations

By July 22, 2019News

One award nomination is great. Two is even better. No wonder the Oxford-based digital marketing agency Common Ground is celebrating.

Common Ground was formed in 2018 and has come a very long way in a very short time. It’s all down to Daniel Bianchini and Matthew Taylor, both of whom have many years of experience in the digital arena helping businesses of every size, from local to international, win better online visibility and make more sales.

As co-founder Daniel Bianchini says, “We’re thrilled to be nominated for these two awards because they prove how hard we’ve worked on behalf of our clients. It rewards our team of digital talent for all their hard work helping us build the business”.

Nominated for Best New Business by the SME National Business Awards, Common Ground has hit the ground running. The award celebrates the very best of the new crop, new businesses that have made an immediate impact on the commercial landscape. The UK Agency Awards is equally prestigious. A nomination for Search Agency of the Year means a great deal to Common Ground since they operate at the cutting edge of digital marketing, where good online visibility can make or break a business and even a small improvement in a business’ online visibility can have a dramatic impact on sales.

Co-founder Matthew Taylor agrees, “We decided from the start that we wanted to focus on providing results-driven digital marketing, the kind of work that visibly impacts our clients’ bottom line. Being nominated for two awards in our second year reveals we’re on the right track, achieving what our clients expect by helping them grow their businesses and improve returns on investment in an increasingly challenging digital landscape.”

As for the future, Common Ground has big plans. They’re determined to build on what they’ve achieved in such a short time and become a go-to favourite in the UK’s digital marketing scene.

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