Manuscript Title:

A STUDY OF IMPACT OF DIGITAL MARKETING IN COVID19

Author:

MEHAK FATIMA, HAQUE NAWAZ, ADIL, MUHAMMAD IMRAN

DOI Number:

DOI:10.17605/OSF.IO/56DE9

Published : 2022-06-10

About the author(s)

1. MEHAK FATIMA - Department of Computer Science, Sindh Madrssatul Islam University, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.
2. HAQUE NAWAZ - Department of Computer Science, Sindh Madrssatul Islam University, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.
3. ADIL - Department of Computer Science, Times Institute Multan, Punjab, Pakistan.
4. MUHAMMAD IMRAN - Department of Computer Science, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Punjab, Pakistan.

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Abstract

The coronavirus disease triggered major changes, particularly those identifying with showcasing that prompted advanced utilization. This article expects to decide the possibilities and impacts of computerized showcasing in the pandemic time frame and foster the idea of advanced promotion. It seems like the world has self-destructed in the most recent couple of months, and for those of us who are running organizations or attempting to keep organizations as we have already declined, it's been a tough time to realize what to do. The worldwide pandemic of COVID-19 stunned us all. In the core of doubt, we have quickly moved into a period of e-learning, distant working, computerized encounters, and, by and large, another business universe. So we chose to make this a stride further and start concentrating on how the effect of the pandemic has influenced offices across the globe and how the business is adjusting to the sudden changes. Later on, financial specialists should follow motorized progressions as computerized promoting media to expand their advertising.


Keywords

Marketing, digital marketing, social media, traditional marketing, covid-19.