Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], June 8 (ANI/PNN): With the vision to assist businesses in every part of the country and thrive online, Minnions Tech initiated its Digital Marketing Company.
For all those people who do not know, Minnions Tech is a leading Digital Marketing company headquartered in Bangalore, India which is presently on the verge of being one of the best Digital Marketing companies in Bangalore and the country.
Minnions Tech yields services like Social Media Marketing, Google Ads, Branding, Web Designing, Social Media Management, and Online Reputation Management.
Since its inception in 2017, the company has provided services to 50,000+ Clients, handled over 30 Cr marketing budgets & generated over 5 Lac Leads, and successfully delivered 200-500 percent growth for their clients within the first year of association. Minnions Tech commits 15% of work time on observing recent trends and improvements and trying different things with new strategies.
The company has worked with some of the well-known names in the industry such as Marriot, Fastrack, Max, Amazon, Dietitian Bibha, and more.
Apart from providing Digital Marketing services at the most affordable cost, they have also launched Influencer Marketing, Where YouTubers, Instagram Influencers, or any platforms influencers can create their account & can earn money online through their posts.
Minnions Tech has every aspect of digital marketing covered with Minnions Host, Minnions Automation, The SMS Sender, Minnions Chat, and Advisiting Card.
Bivek Kumar, the founder of Minnions Tech says that “The Company has the vision to assist businesses in vitalizing their online presence by expert Digital Marketing Strategies & increase in Leads”. With his focus & enthusiasm, he started this company in the year 2017 with the initial saved funds and slowly with time and assistance of a skilled team, made this company a leading brand in the industry.
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