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ZIRCA to sell advertising for MailOnline in India

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ZIRCA to sell advertising for MailOnline in India

ZIRCA, an independent digital solutions company, has won the mandate to exclusively sell MailOnline’s advertising across India and, in turn, help expand the in-country reach of the world’s largest English language newspaper website. 

 Neena Dasgupta, CEO, ZIRCA said, “News consumption is dynamically changing across the world and India is no exception. The country is on the cusp of digital transformation and we fully believe in the high potential the market holds for MailOnline. We are confident that through our collaborative approach we will be successful in creating and delivering cutting-edge digital marketing solutions for the Indian market”, she added.

James Leaver, General Manager, International, MailOnline said, “With nearly 7 million unique visitors per month, India is a very important market for MailOnline. We look forward to ZIRCA connecting India’s leading advertisers to MailOnline’s highly engaged and valuable readership.” 

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