Chris Arsham awards 2019
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WebMechanix wins Best Large Integrated Search Agency award

We have great news! Our performance-based digital marketing agency WebMechanix has won another award. This time, it’s huge.

The US Search Awards is a premier awards ceremony that assesses some of the most competitive agencies in North America and awards a winner in various digital marketing categories (PPC, content marketing, SEO, Finance, Retail, etc.). Some categories are arguably more difficult than others to win at, especially the category, “Best large integrated search agency” since it assesses various services at once.

But guess what? We won in that category!!!

Some of our team and clients traveled down to Las Vegas to attend the award ceremony and discover who won.

US Search Awards webmechanix acceptance photo

We’re proud to say that in just 10 years of business, we have gone from a company with two employees, our co-founders Chris and Arsham, to a business that is competing on a national and international stage.

US Search Award 2019 webmechanix

US Search also also nominated WebMechanix for the “Best use of search in the third sector” award for their work with Philanthropy University and the “Best use of search in finance” award for their work with StreetShares.

If you don’t know, we’ve also picked up various other awards recently, including:

  • Inc. 5000 fastest-growing private companies (6 years in a row)
  • Inc. Best Places to Work (2019)
  • HubSpot Diamond Certified Agency Partner (top tier)
  • Baltimore Business Journal Top CFO Award
  • Baltimore Business Journal’s Fast-50: 50 fastest growing companies
  • Muse Awards
  • Marcom Awards
  • DotCOMM Awards
  • Hermes Awards

Want to learn more about what we have to offer? Check out our team and our services.

Chris Arsham awards 2019
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William Chou
William Chou
William Chou has years of experience in the world of corporate digital marketing. He is proficient in SEO, paid media, email marketing, and copywriting.

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