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CyberMedia is honored as Google Certified Publishing Partner

24-October-2015
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CyberMedia is honored as Google Certified Publishing Partner

CyberMedia Research and Services Ltd. (CMRSL), a CyberMedia Group company, has been conferred the status of Google Certified Publishing Partner (GCPP). CMRSL as a partner is helping the content and publishing industry in India embrace digital marketing in a scientific manner. CMRSL, Google’s first and largest AdSense Partner in India, also marks this occasion with the successful completion of one year of AdSense partnership in the country.

Dhaval Gupta, Executive Director- New Initiatives, CyberMedia said, “In simple terms, we help publishers set up ads, manage and optimise them, and analyze the results. In doing that, our account managers have helped our clients increase their revenues anywhere from 40 percent to even doubling it within a span of four to six months.”

Monica Badhwar, Business Head, CMRSL commented, “We're proud to be one of the select few agencies recognised by Google for our cross-product expertise. Our mission is to help publishers flourish and grow.”

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