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Apps Discover exclusively partners with Chinese search engine giant Baidu

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Apps Discover exclusively partners with Chinese search engine giant Baidu

Apps Discover Technologies a premium mobile ad network company has now announced an exclusive partnership with Chinese search engine giant Baidu, the agenda for this partnership is to provide Chinese traffic to Indian advertisers. This alliance enables Indian companies to promote their business in China.

Apps Discover and Baidu's business alliance will create burgeoning business opportunities for both the companies in Chinese ad space. After the coalition, the company is now the only Indian ad-tech company that will look after Baidu's ad sales in India. Apps Discover offers online affiliate programs and affiliate marketing products which help advertisers across multiple industrial backgrounds to advertise their brands (products/services) and track mobile ad campaigns in the easiest way.

This partnership with Apps Discover Technologies will aid Indian advertisers to gain more traffic and target active mobile and internet users in China. Ashish Bahukhandi, Founder & CEO, Apps Discover Technologies said, "It's an honour to partner with one of the biggest search engine, and Baidu will not only serve our advertiser with the largest internet user population but will also become an exponential growth factor for their business."

Last year the company expanded its presence in Indonesia which has been a profitable decision as it has helped the brands in establishing new business relationships with other international brands.

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