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Amazon.in leads Top 10 brands list @BARC Week 51

03-January-2018
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Amazon.in leads Top 10 brands list @BARC Week 51

In the Top 10 Advertisers list, FMCG brand Hindustan Lever continued to dominate the list with 1,45173 insertions. ITC climbed up to the second slot with 36865 insertions followed by Reckitt Benckiser (India) on third with 34345 insertions and Cadburys India on fourth spot with 31326 Insertions.

Procter and Gamble grabbed the fifth spot with 30791 Insertions in week 51 of Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) India.

Amazon.in led the top 10 brands list with 16107 Insertions. Videocon D2H maintained its second slot with 11676 Insertions followed by HP Racer with 10771 Insertions and Ministry of Health & Family Welfare on fourth with 10703 Insertions.

Clinic Plus Shampoo stood in the fifth slot with 10501 Insertions.

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