Nigeria-owned digital marketing platform, Deyo Digital, said it had concluded plans to invest $1 million in the sector to address the challenges facing digital marketing.
In a statement, the company’s Founder and CEO, David Adebayo, said the company joined the team to solve the turmoil of traditional marketing by harnessing the potential of digital marketing using the search engine optimization.
While noting that the platform would drive online traffic to businesses, he said, “Deyo Digital saw the need to solve the turmoil of traditional marketing by harnessing the potential of digital marketing using SEO.
“Business owners enjoy a ton of organic traffic to their website. The platform is ready to invest $1 million in the market.
He added: “The emergence of Deyo Digital came as a need to solve a marketing problem. Do you remember when COVID-19 was declared a national emergency? Businesses began to crumble, stores were closed, and the daily hustle and bustle hurt.
“The government could not find a lasting solution other than to protect your health. Meanwhile, people and businesses were concerned with how to survive the hunger in the country rather than staying alive. When we saw the pandemic hit, you would have thought the sequel because people stopped spending.
“Companies have stopped spending. And almost everyone felt it initially. But as the months passed, things started to change as most people started working from home. Advertising on social media and Google search increased by more than 700% as some businesses were doing well. »
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