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Two Wheelers top Advertising on Back Pages in Newspapers: An AdEx India Analysis

02-February-2004
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Two Wheelers top Advertising on Back Pages in Newspapers: An AdEx India Analysis

Over the past few days, we have been analyzing Advertising trends across various Positions in Newspapers. After having an in-depth look at Front Page advertising, it’s now time to turn the pages and move to the Back Page.

Along with the Front Pages this is another location for which premiums are charged because the chances of catching the eyes of the readers are more than for other positions.

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