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Who we are

We are a team of professionals from various industry backgrounds and carry a different domain expertize across the industry verticals. Toda y entire information mostly comes under one word and i.e. GOOGLE. So If our business is not on Google 1st or 2nd page we will either will be on exit mode in coming years or some our unknown competitors can capture our position in near future. So the next name of executing the raw information from Google to processed information can be called as Digital Marketing. It depends upon the people how they process,execute and implement information using various tools of Digital marketing services like SEO,SMO…


To acquire 3000+satisfied clients by 2020


To increase revenue of clients by 15-20% & Make their Own brand through Digital Marketing services within 1st year.


Do not compromise on Price on cost of quality to acquire clients


To acquire max 4 clients from same industry for each location







Real Facts

General Digital Marketing Stats
  1. The average person now spends more time online than with TV and all other media (newspapers, magazines, etc.)combined. (Branding Bricks)
  2. Total spending on Internet advertising is predicted to grow 12.9% next year. The Internet will become the largest medium for advertising in 2016 (ahead of TV). (MediaPost)
  3. Less than 8% of total B2B product sales are closed directly through the Internet, versus 15% for B2C products. (The CMO Survey)
  4. Social ad spending has doubled over the past two years. (iMedia Connection)
  5. By 2019 mobile advertising will represent 72%  of all US digital ad spending. (Payfirma)
Digital Marketing Measurement Stats
  1. Less than 30% of small businesses use Web site analytics, call tracking, or coupon codes. 18% of small businesses admit to not tracking anything. (MediaPost)
  2. One-third of marketers say they don’t know which digital marketing tactic has the biggest positive impact on revenue. 26% of respondents say email is the digital marketing channel with the greatest positive impact on revenue; SEO is second (17%), followed by paid search (15%), social media (5%), and online display advertising (5%). (MarketingProfs
Stats and Facts About Digital Marketing Budgets and Spending

and Spending

  1. CMOs plan to increase their spending on digital marketing in general by 14.7% over the next year, and to raise social media’s share of total marketing spending from 9.9% currently to 13.5% in the next twelve months, and 22.4% five years from now. (MediaPost)
  2. Spending on digital marketing is predicted to grow 12% in the next year, while budgets for traditional (non-Internet) advertising will fall 2%. (The CMO Survey)
  3. B2B digital ad spending increased 15% to $5.8 billion in 2014 — due largely to growth in native advertising — while display advertising is becoming less important. (MediaPost)
  4. Digital marketing spend is forecasted to account for 35% of total budgets in 2016. (Business2Community)
  5. After SEM at 47% of total digital marketing spend, online display advertising (banner ads, re-marketing, and re-targeting) is expected to capture the next biggest share of the online spend at about 34% of total online spend and about 10% of the total marketing budget. (Business2Community)
  6. The top four channels for increases in digital marketing spend last year were email marketing (61% of marketers increasing spending on this channel), social media (49%), mobile marketing (40%), and SEO/PPC (38%). (Relevate)
Digital Advertising Stats
  1. 45 million U.S. Web users had deployed an ad blocker as of late 2015. In Europe, around 77 million people now block ads—a 35% increase from 2014. (MediaPost)
  2. Ad blockers resulted in nearly $22 billion of lost ad revenue for publishers worldwide in 2015, with about half that total (roughly $11 billion) in the U.S.. (MediaPost)
  3. The average click-through rate of display ads across all formats and placements is 0.06%. (HubSpot)
  4. 54% of users don’t click banner ads because they don’t trust them. (BannerSnack)
  5. Native ads are viewed 53% more than banner ads. (HubSpot)
  6. Users who are retargeted to are 70% more likely to convert. (HubSpot)
  7. Programmatic advertising currently represents nearly two-thirds (62%) of the digital display advertising marketplace (online, social and mobile) and will grow to 82% by 2018. The size of the programmatic marketing is expected to more than double over the next three years. (MediaPost)