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Social advertisements in Print grew 33% during Jan-Nov 2006: AdEx study

27-December-2006
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Social advertisements in Print grew 33% during Jan-Nov 2006: AdEx study

Ad volumes of social advertisements during Jan–Nov 2006 saw a 33 per cent jump. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare topped social ads in print during this period. The Government’s share in social ads stood at 93 per cent

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