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Analysis of Property/Real Estate advertising in Print in Jan-Sept 2006: AdEx study

13-November-2006
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Analysis of Property/Real Estate advertising in Print in Jan-Sept 2006: AdEx study

Real Estate Print advertising witnessed a 72 percent jump in Jan–Sept ’06 over Jan–Sept ’05. The advertising was skewed towards General Interest newspapers, with Northern newspapers getting the highest 41 percent share in this period. DLF Group was the top advertiser among Real Estate groups.

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