Ignitee Digital Solutions has bagged the account for search marketing for Pest Control of India (PCI), said to be the largest pest management company in India. Ignitee has begun the SEM activity from April 2011.
Joshua Rao, Assistant Manager - Customer Relations, Pest Control of India, said, “We wanted to increase our overall daily visitors to the site significantly, along with maintaining a prominent and sustained presence on search engines which would lead to measurable ROI.”
He further said, “PCI has constantly endeavoured to introduce better and more cost-effective pest management technology for both services and products, along with providing comprehensive, one-stop solutions in our field of expertise, and this association with Ignitee has been established to further ensure this objective more effectively.”
Commenting on the development, Shankar B, COO, Ignitee Digital Solutions, said, “We at Ignitee have the advantage of having an experienced and extremely talented group of professionals, who understand the uniqueness of every client. Hence, I am sure that this association will do full justice to the campaign.”
PCI offers a comprehensive range of professional pest management services and quality products and equipment through a countrywide network of over 180 offices and 4,500 employees.
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