Manify Agency won the Manifest Award! - Manify Agency

Manify Agency won the Manifest Award!

The Manifest Names Manify Agency Among The Netherlands’ Most Reviewed Digital Marketing Companies

At Manify Agency, we believe that creativity and talent are not just buzzwords, but rather a way of life. We are a team with the strongest blend of talent, culture, mindset, and will. Play the game to win it and have fun while doing it. That is our way of doing it. 

For this reason, we proudly share that The Manifest acknowledged Manify Agency as a leading and most-reviewed digital marketing agency. The Manifest, a business blog and reviews site, compiles and analyzes practical business wisdom for innovators, entrepreneurs, and small and mid-market businesses.


To better understand how we got here, let’s take a look at where it all started.


In 2020, Ruben Hoogeveen founded Manify Agency to build brands and scale them beyond every status quo, magnifying the brands’ aura with necessary knowledge.

In 2021, we worked on a social media marketing project with a blue light filter glass retailer. The client needed help with marketing, particularly in the social media space. We provided a digital marketing plan to identify the target audience and the content to use.


“The cooperation between us went really smoothly. Manify Agency made me feel like a partner and led me throughout the process. Their communication, transparency, and way of working were really impressive.” – Founder & Former Owner, E-Commerce Company


In 2022, The Manifest released its list of the leading companies, naming Manify Agency as one of The Netherlands’ leading and most reviewed digital marketing companies. The Most Reviewed Company Award on The Manifest features the top 15 companies on each listing page that have received the most number of new reviews in the past 12 months.

Are you interested in how Manify Agency can bring your company to the next level? We thought so too. Let’s talk about how we can help.

Manify Agency won the Manifest award!

„De maatschappij wil niet meer gekocht, maar geëntertaind worden”