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Loud Mouth Media Wins Business of the Year at Digital DNA Awards

Mark Haslam, Managing Director of Loud Mouth Media, celebrating achieving Business of the Year at the Digital DNA Awards 2016.

The Belfast-headquartered Loud Mouth Media picked up the award for Business of the Year 2016 at the recent Digital DNA Awards.

The award was for its “dedication to innovation, continual improvement and a strong focus on ROI for its clients.”

According to Mark Haslam, managing director of Loud Mouth Media, “Myself and the team are absolutely ecstatic about this award. It is recognition of the hard work we have put in over the years – we are so excited for what lies ahead for the company!”

Along with the company’s success, it has experienced significant growth over the past 12 months, according to Haslam, by doubling its workforce to 10.

Founded five years ago, the company has worked its way to the top of the game to become the No 2 SEM Google Agency in Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Loud Mouth Media’s clients include Almac Group, Ulster Rugby, Titanic Belfast and George Best Belfast City Airport.

According to Haslam “its dynamic approach means it always watchful of emerging PPC innovations and are proud to frequently be among the first in the industry to trial and apply the latest PPC Advertising features.”

The company also maintains a strong relationship with Google, according to Kirsty McAllister, digital marketing manager.

“Having regular access to specialist training and new product betas which can be used for Loud Mouth Media clients helps to put us well ahead of our competitors.”  She points out that Loud Mouth Media was also amongst the first to implement Gmail Sponsored Promotions campaigns for its clients, well before it was released to the wider agency world.

Loud Mouth Media is a specialist agency with offices in Belfast, Dublin and Glasgow. Specialising in PPC, it also offers search, display, paid-social and mobile advertising solutions using the latest and most advanced digital advertising techniques.  Its partnership with Google means the company receives regular training and beta products, making it first to market with the latest Google AdWords features.


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