Tyroo Media, an Indian Internet advertising network, has launched premium technology inventory for its advertisers. In a first-of-its-kind for any advertising network in India, Tyroo has managed to develop separate technology inventories targeting separate genres of end users and decision makers.
While the Tier-I inventory targets IT managers and decision makers, Tier-II targets IT developers, engineers and programmers, and Tier III inventory targets final consumers. This breakthrough packaging of inventory would provide advertisers and media planners the most relevant and sought after targeting to final consumers of technology products and services.
The publishers include websites like Technorati.com, Asp.net, Developer.com and Linuxplanet.com among a total of more than 125 websites, including coding websites, websites with consumer durable content, review sites and highly rated blogs. This technology package has been accepted well with Microsoft, Samsung, Dell and HP advertising regularly through this inventory.
It has been used for both consumer and business products and is attracting advertisers of all genres, from ERP service providers to laptop manufacturers, from printers to SME solution providers, and more. The inventory is available at both CPC and CPM rates and packaged with features like the ability to select websites and site-wise reporting, a first again for blind networks.
Aditya Khanna, Business Head, Tyroo Media Pvt Ltd, said, “The current Indian technology inventory is over-priced because there is shortage of supply in India. By aggregating foreign sites for their Indian targeted inventory, Tyroo has created a pool that didn’t exist earlier and is giving stiff competition to Indian technology inventory on both performance and cost.”
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