About Trust Nhokovedzo

Pastor, Coach & Professional Digital Marketer

Truly helpful consultant and coach. Very knowledgeable and deep.

Hi, I’m Trust! I am a passionate digital marketer with more than 10 years experience. I would like to contribute to your career or business as a consultant or trainer. Working together with you, we can reach our goals.

Trust’s Story

Trust brings broad and valuable insights into digital marketing and digital strategy formulation gained from more than 9 years of extensive work experience advising clients and providing solutions for online marketing, SEO and AdWords, whilst also a web designer and developer.

He has a solid background in web design and development using frameworks like WordPress. In addition, he was engaged by Centum Learning in 2017 to be the Lead Trainer for the Google Digital Skills Training Program in Zimbabwe. Trust regularly contributes to TechZim, an online publication. Trust holds a   degree in Computer Science and various digital marketing    certifications from Google, Hubspot and Marketing Motive.

About Trust Nhokovedzo’s Values


I believe that consistency and dependability are core to business relationship. A word should be taken for a word and action must be expected.


I believe in transperency and honest. I would distance myself from anything smelling like fraud and deceit.

Willingness to Explore

 I am open and willing to listen to new ideas and try new things which gives me the opportunity to have an exciting life filled with rich, rewarding experiences.

Trust’s Articles

Why You Need A Digital Marketing Audit

Digital marketing auditing is something that you need if your business intends to fully utilize the power of digital media for marketing. The insights provided by the audit are important for decision making as far as the future of digital marketing for your business....

Why Your Team Needs Digital Marketing Skills

One major reason why digital marketing fails in large organizations is that the organization either outsources the service, or they depend on the IT department to perform marketing tasks. The problem with the first situation is that it leaves the organization with...