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Home is Where the Work is: The Digital Voice™ Rewrites the Remote Rulebook

In the realm of public relation agencies, where the glitz of campaigns often outshines the nitty-gritty of human resource metrics, a surprising champion has emerged from the shadows. Enter The Digital Voice™, a boutique PRagency that’s causing quite a stir in the industry – and not just because of its flashy PR campaigns or digital prowess. This little dynamo has clinched the top spot in a comprehensive survey by YouBecome, led by the illustrious Mike Turner, no less.

Now, let’s set the scene: London, UK, 16th November 2023. The sun probably wasn’t shining (this is London, after all), but The Digital Voice™ was definitely basking in its own glow. They weren’t just participating in any old survey; this was a deep dive into the “people metrics” of the marketing agency sector, a term that probably made a few execs sweat in their ergonomic chairs.

You see, this wasn’t about revenue or client lists; it was about the people, the real flesh-and-blood folks who make the magic happen.

The survey, a veritable gauntlet of questions and analysis, was no walk in the park. It aimed to model outstanding behaviours and performances in the business – a tall order, but one that The Digital Voice™ apparently met with ease. And here’s the kicker: they didn’t just participate; they dominated. With a net promoter score of 100, they were the LeBron James of agency satisfaction. Every team member, yes every single one, said they’d recommend working there. Talk about employee satisfaction!

Now, you might think this is all about free snacks and funky office spaces, but The Digital Voice™ plays a different game. They’ve taken mentorship, coaching, and educational resources and turned them up to eleven. The result? A unanimous thumbs-up from the team, with a resounding agreement that they’re learning, growing, and probably doing a bit of thriving too.

But wait, there’s more. This agency is entirely remote, shattering the myth that creativity only happens in brick-and-mortar brainstorm rooms. A whopping 85% of their team feels just as creative in their pajamas as they would in a corporate think tank. And the work-life balance? Let’s just say over 98% of the team aren’t burning the midnight oil unless they really want to.

Mike Turner, the maestro behind the survey, was unsurprisingly impressed. After nearly a decade of probing the inner workings of companies, he found The Digital Voice™’s results to be among the best. That’s like getting a gold star from the teacher who never gives out gold stars.

Julia Linehan, CEO and Founder of this powerhouse, isn’t just sitting back and basking in the glory. She’s proud, sure, but she’s also keen to point out that this isn’t just about being a small fish in a big pond. It’s about proving that putting people first isn’t just a nice slogan; it’s a recipe for success. And it seems they’ve cooked up a storm.

In a world where buzzwords and jargon often cloud the real issues, The Digital Voice™ is a breath of fresh air. They’re showing that in the sometimes cutthroat world of marketing agencies, you can still come out on top by focusing on the people who make it all happen. As more agencies join YouBecome’s project, the bar has been set high. The Digital Voice™ isn’t just talking the talk; they’re walking the walk, and they’re doing it in style.

About The Digital Voice: Since 2012, they’ve been crafting a global narrative from their virtual desks. From press and content to podcasts in the B2B AdTech industry, they’re the ones behind the curtain, pulling the strings and making sure their clients shine in the spotlight. With teams spread across the globe, they’re a testament to the power of remote work and a reminder that sometimes, the best ideas come from the comfort of your own home.

Pesach Lattin
Pesach Lattin
Pesach "Pace" Lattin is one of the top experts in interactive advertising, affiliate marketing. Pesach Lattin is known for his dedication to ethics in marketing, and focus on compliance and fraud in the industry, and has written numerous articles for publications from MediaPost, ClickZ, ADOTAS and his own blogs.

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