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Shampoos/ conditioners advertising in print jump 61 pc in Jan-Jul 2008 – AdEx Analysis

29-September-2008
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Shampoos/ conditioners advertising in print jump 61 pc in Jan-Jul 2008 – AdEx Analysis

Print ad volume of shampoos/ conditioners went up by 61 per cent during January-July 2008 as compared to the corresponding period in 2007. Three N Products was the No. 1 advertiser in the shampoos/ conditioners category in print during this period, while Ratan Satritha Plus was the top new brand advertised in the said category.

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