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The World’s Best Video Ads: CNA, Google Glass, Save The Children, SSU, Cerveza Cristal

Written on
May 16th 2014
Author
Unruly Media

ADOTAS –Google Glass goes on a trip to India, Chile’s World Cup Squad uses scare tactics and the European Elections get their social video moment. Yep, it’s just another week in AdLand. But which ads have been setting the web alight over the last seven days? Here are our five picks. Enjoy! 5. ... more...

Five Laws for International Marketing Success in 2013

Written on
December 24th 2012
Author
Liz Elting

In 2012, if you didn’t accommodate shoppers using mobile devices or personalize your online content for individual visitors, it wasn’t a crime. However, those retail trends were so pervasive last year, they might as well have been required by law for all retailers. As we move into 2013, there are ... more...

Jonathan Ellis Touts TMS in Keynote at Mobile Marketing Forum

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November 5th 2012
Author
Press Release

While discussions on mobile strategies grew intense during the MMA Conference in India, CEO Jonathan Ellis of TheTMSway Ltd. left a notable message that might leave brand marketers with an alternative solution regarding mobile. Speaking at the inaugural Mobile Marketing Forum in Delhi, India, Ellis emphasized that amid the increasing adoption ... more...

SMS Social Network Shut Down by Indian Government

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September 27th 2010
Author
Gavin Dunaway

ADOTAS – The Indian government seems to have learned a lesson from the Iranian elections, in which Twitter users in Iran spread updates on protests and violence following alleged election fraud. However, India learned that the best preventive action was to cut off the social networks. In the wake of ... more...

Tablets, Tablets Everywhere

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July 23rd 2010
Author
Gavin Dunaway

ADOTAS – Apple thought it was safe when Hewlett-Packard canned its Google Chrome OS-powered Slate, but I don’t know how the Cult of Cupertino is going to deal with this competition: the Indian government has unveiled a $35 tablet computer for students that it hopes to bring into production by ... more...

ByIndia.com Traffic Rises after Web2Corp Re-Launch

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January 10th 2007
Author
Sarah Novotny

Just 90 days after ByIndia.com’s re-launch and redesign, site traffic has more than doubled that of its competing sites, including Guruji.com, Searchindia.com and Raftaar.com, Internet traffic ranking site Alexa states. ByIndia.com, a subsidiary of Orlando-based Web2Corp, underwent a re-launch that entailed “web 2.0″ social networking and search capabilities, including video, ... more...

Bollywood Goes Broadband: BODVOD Co-Founder Vinod Bhat Eyes South Asia’s Potential in VOD and Beyond

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January 9th 2007
Author
Kiran Aditham

Despite the fact that Bollywood is arguably the most productive film industry in the world, its appeal here in the States is scattered. But with South Asians, Europeans, curious bystanders, Indian cultural enthusiasts and many more comprising the audience, why is mainstream appeal still hard to come by? Well, according to ... more...

Bollywood Distributor Deals in Google Video

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November 28th 2006
Author
Sarah Novotny

BODVOD, a South Asian distributor of some of India’s hottest movies, TV shows and music vids, has announced that it will be distributing content on Google Video under the name Saavn. The Saavn channel currently contains clips from Bollywood movies and South Asian TV shows. The first five full-length movies ... more...

Yahoo Turns Focus to India

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May 5th 2006
Author
Sarah Novotny

According to reports, the top brass at Yahoo just completed a whirlwind, two-day tour of India. Co-founder Jerry Yang, as well as CEO Terry Semel and two others visited the IT-heavy metropolis of Bangalore this week to meet with venture capitalists who have invested in the Internet space, The group ... more...

Indian Travel Sites Inciting Investor Interest

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January 16th 2006
Author
Sarah Novotny

If investor interest is any indication, online travel is taking off in the East: Yatra Online, a Mumbai based online travel firm created by the minds behind European firm Ebookers, has just secured $5 million in funding from Norwest Venture Parnters, Reliance Capital Ltd and the Television 18 Group (a ... more...