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Indian Digital Media Awards back to honour industry’s best

04-January-2012
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Indian Digital Media Awards back to honour industry’s best

exchange4media is back with the 3rd edition of Indian Digital Media Awards to recognise and celebrate the work being done regarding advertising and marketing communications activity in the digital media space, specifically the Internet, mobile, gaming, social media and the blogosphere.

This year, the Awards categories have been made more exhaustive to include more aspects of the digital media space.

A. Web
1. Banners (Single / Campaign)
2. Banners (Rich Media with /without video)
3. Website / Microsite
4. Ecommerce -Self / 3rd Party
5. Gaming

B. Mobile
1. Banners
2. Wap / Html/ other sites for Mobiles
4. Apps
5. Gaming Apps

C. Social Media
1. Best Use of Social Networks
2. Best use of Blogs
3. Best use of videos
4. Apps

D. Search Promotions
1. Best SEO / SEM

E. Languages
1. Banners (Single/ Campaign)
2. Website / Microsite
3. Mobile
4. Gaming
5. Best Use of Social Network

F. Special Awards
1. Best Integrated Campaign
2. Best use of videos

G. Hall of Fame Awards
1. Digital and Social Media Advertiser
2. Digital and Social Media Agency of the Year
3. IDMA Person of the Year

 

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