Caroline Wabara: Digital Media Strategist

Caroline Wabara holds a first degree in Igbo Language/Education and Master’s degree in Educational Administration from the University of Lagos, Nigeria. Wabara prides herself as being a constant learner.

Caroline is astute when it comes to helping companies and individuals attract and engage stream of ideal prospects. She has core strengths in WordPress design, Social media, SEO strategy, and content marketing.

Caroline Wabara runs a full-service online marketing and digital PR agency based in Lagos, Nigeria called CarolineWabara.

She founded in 2010, where she serve as Digital Media Strategist. Her company offer services ranging on Website and Blog Design & Development, Social Media Page Design, Marketing & Management, Search Engine Optimization & Search Marketing, PPC (Pay Per Click) Advertising & Management, Custom eNewsletter Design & Development and Digital Marketing Training.

  • At Tonperecon Oil and Gas Servicess Limited, she was their Search Engine Marketing Strategist from November 2011-2012.  Caroline helped in designing the company’s website and launched a Pay Per Click Ads Campaign that pulled over 30 Million Naira revenue.
  • As a strategist at Tonperecon Oil and Gas, she increased the company’s Linkedin page from Zero to over 700 followers and counting.
  • From October 2011-  February 2016, Caroline worked for as Digital strategist. Caroline planned and implemented their overall online marketing strategy which has pulled in over five million Naira revenue into the company.
  • Caroline was the social media coordinator for Zaccheus Onumba Dibiaezue Memorial Library from September 2013- August 2015. She helped in designing Slideshare Presentations design, social media graphic design and engagement.
  • From August 2015- December 2015, Caroline Wabara was the creative copywriter for Ventra Media Group. Her duty was to create content that sells for brand and promote their social media.
  • Why TechHer Loves Caroline Wabara

    Caroline Wabara, in spite of her course of study at the university delved into digital media and excelled in all her social media strategies. She remains a force to reckon with in the social media space.

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