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SEMY Awards 2017 shortlist is out!

On March 14th it’s that time again! The third annual SEMY Awards are being presented to the best in SEA, SEO and Online Marketing. As it turns out, when your brainchild learns to walk – you can’t help but be a bit proud! We’re delighted that our concept was so well received and under the aegis of the Bavarian Minister of State for Economy and Media – Ilse Aigner – right from the start.

Congratulations to everyone who made it to the shortlist, which was published today. At this point, we would like to thank all the contestants for their numerous submissions. We know from experience how much hard work goes into a pitch. To see that you have invested so much time into preparing for the SEMY Awards means we must be doing something right.

SEMY Awards Prize in the Wappenhalle in Munich

The winners will be announced on the first night of the SMX convention in March in the lovely, historic „Wappenhalle“ in Munich. We’ll award the best SEO and SEA agencies, look for the most innovative tools, and choose the most creative campaigns in Online Marketing. Exciting times ahead! Sitting on the jury for the SEMY Awards, we have the advantage of seeing the most creative, innovative projects and campaigns in SEA, SEO and Online Marketing and picking the best submissions. A total of 15 jurors headed by Bastian Grimm from various areas in Online Marketing, will take over this task. Thanks again to everyone who submitted a project or a campaign, and of course fingers crossed for those who have made it this far!

Thanks to the sponsors and partners of the SEMY Awards

The SEMY Awards take place as part of the SMX Munich conference and are organized by Rising Media, who have done an amazing job in previous years, and Peak Ace. Special thanks also go out to our sponsors Majestic and Searchmetrics for their many years of support and to onpage.org and webcertain.tv as well. See you in March in Munich!

Author bio:

After graduating in Media Production and Publishing in Berlin, Maria worked in radio for a whole summer and throughout the following winter, before joining the Peak Ace editorial team.

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