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Startup Profile: Adspro — reach potential customers across the internet

August 24, 2017 · 1 min read
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In April 2017, Adspro was launched as an online advertising platform that helps users to display their contents across several online media (Google AdWords, Facebook Ads, etc) thereby reaching potential customers.

Jeffrey Aboh, alongside Jennifer Aboh, Susan Smith, and Jay Johnson run Adspro as the subsidiary of its parent firm, Ethion Corporation.

How Adspro works
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A user needs to first, set up an Adspro account before selecting preferred plan(s). After plan choice, the user proceeds to set budget, upload content, before finally launching the campaign. Upon launch, Adspro will have the contents recommended on top publisher websites and search engines (Google, Yahoo, Bing). According to the team, campaigns on the platform could get subscribers, readers, and visitors at a highly competitive Cost Per Action (CPA).

For flexibility, the platform offers a range of packages (Ads Lite, Standard, and Pro), from which users could choose. The least of these packages (Ads Lite) goes for as low as  ₦1,500 on weekly basis. ” The ADS PRO algorithmic engine will surface your content to a relevant audience,” Jeffrey told Techpoint.

To facilitate the use of their services, the team promises an easy-to-use Content Management System (CMS), short-term plans (starting from the weekly plan), a user-friendly dashboard,  and cheap rates. Needless to say, Adspro could be the answer to businesses on lean budgets.

If you wish to run effective campaigns at affordable rates, you should try out the online platform immediately.


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