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CyberMedia becomes Google AdSense certified partner

04-September-2014
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CyberMedia becomes Google AdSense certified partner

CyberMedia (India) has recently become Google AdSense Certified Partner in India. This achievement comes as another feather in the cap for South Asia’s largest specialty media house which incidentally is also counted amongst India's top five magazine brands.

As a certified partner of the Google AdSense Partner program, CyberMedia will help online publishers earn through targeted advertisements and optimizing their online inventory. CyberMedia will also advise potential online establishments on how to make the most out of their traffic and achieve better CPM rates.

Explaining the significance of the tie-up, Dhaval Gupta, Business Head, Cyber Media mentioned, “CyberMedia continues its journey as the innovation leader in media and media services, by becoming a Google Certified Partner for AdSense in India. By leveraging Google products - AdSense, Analytics, AdWords, Webmaster, among other - CyberMedia Services offers the most comprehensive ecosystem that online publishers can leverage. We will utilize these tools and expertise to help publishers analyze, optimize and monetize their online footprint. CyberMedia as a Certified Partner, will offer end-to-end digital services, and continue its journey towards becoming the largest digital media agency in India.”

The Google AdSense program is recognized as a popular advertisement placement service in the world which helps publishers to monetise their inventory by placing contextually relevant ads on their content.

By signing up with CyberMedia, publishers can hope to gain the technical expertise needed to better monetize their online properties using AdSense and benefit from a host of value added services on offer.

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