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Social media influencer, Shola, floats “The Alpha Media” agency

By Guardian Nigeria
19 May 2022   |   3:19 pm
Digital marketer and social media influencer, Babatunde Olusola Thomas, known as Shola Jayy The Dope has launched his online marketing agency called “The Alpha Male Media”.

Digital marketer and social media influencer, Babatunde Olusola Thomas, known as Shola Jayy The Dope has launched his online marketing agency called “The Alpha Media”.

Shola floated the media agency in order to expand customers’ reach and get them the right audience for their business/brand.

According to him, the services of his company include Twitter Promotions, Trends, Campaigns, Sales Of Twitter and IG accounts, Instagram followers growth of both Business and Personal pages, Social media account management, and content creation.

“Part of the services we render is social media marketing and I have a team that will run your social media marketing campaign effectively and surpasses your expectations,” he wrote on his Instagram page.

He continued: “We manage social media accounts, we grow Instagram pages(1k real followers daily), we run Twitter trends as well making sure your brand makes it to the first 5 trends on Twitter NG, that way your brand gets more exposure.

“Other services we render are Google ads, Email Marketing, Facebook ads, YouTube ads, Publications on Top Newspapers, Graphic Design, Web Development, Audiomack Streams, Organic SEO, Music Distribution on top blogs.

“Our major aim is to expand your reach and get you the right audience for your business/brand. You can either DM me on here or you dm @The_AlphaMedia on Twitter, you can also send us a mail thealphamediacoms@gmail.com We’d always be at your service.”

Olushola said the Alpha Male Media derived its name from a social movement against manipulative women and also raising high-value men as the bar was getting lower for Nigerian men.

Olusola became popular in 2020 when he was unlawfully detained by the police for allegedly setting up a Twitter parody account of former President Goodluck Jonathan.

The digital marketer spent 81 days at the Force Criminal Investigation Department, Abuja, even as he made the express clarification in the biography of the parody Twitter account that the account does not belong to the former President, an event that left him traumatized.

According to the popular social media influencer, who was also a victim of police brutality, “his 2020 illegal detention, “made me realize police aren’t your friend. Also, the experience was traumatic, but it made me more courageous. It made me realize my right as a citizen of Nigeria too.”