Wild Fusion has been certified by Google as one of the search company’s AdWords Partners, thus making it become Nigeria’s first Google Certified Adwords Partner.
Google AdWords Certified Partners are online marketing professionals, agencies and other individuals – such as search engine marketers (SEMs), search engine optimisers (SEOs) and marketing consultants – who currently manage or want to manage AdWords accounts.
Wild Fusion is a digital media sales company, based in Lagos, Nigeria and provides internet marketing opportunities to top Nigerian and international brands. Wild Fusion offers exclusively premium media opportunities on global Internet brands such as Facebook, BBC.com, LinkedIn and MTV.com in Nigeria.
Google AdWords Certified Partners usually go to extra lengths to attain this status, including passing an AdWords Partner exam, which demonstrates their in-depth knowledge of AdWords.
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