With a growing mobile infrastructure, India is fast emerging as one of the next big markets to watch out for in the mobile app industry.
The digital savvy users are constantly on the move and they are using mobile to not only stay connected but also accomplish many of their daily tasks. Whether it’s mobile phones, tablets, or other personal devices, they have all the information available at their fingertips.
With 2013 coming to a close, team IDR looks back and reflects at the work done over 2013. We present the most read content pieces from each of our content categories, which attracted highest number of page views in 2013.
Most Read News Stories
Internet advertising continues to grow significantly with paid advertisements on search platforms constituting the bulk of its revenue. Most businesses spend a major chunk of their advertising money in buying up keyword advertising on Google via its Adwords program. It offers pay-per-click, that is, cost-per-click (CPC) advertising, cost-per-thousand-impressions or cost-per-mille (CPM) advertising, and site-targeted advertising for text, banner, and rich-media ads.
Finance Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram has given respite to small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), startups and angel investors’ fraternity in Budget 2013. This is in sharp contrast to Pranab Mukherjee’s last Budget where he proposed that those investing in unlisted firms were to be taxed. The proposal had shocked the community as most angel investors invest in small, unlisted firms.
The year 2012 has been crucial for the digital industry in India. With myriad of positive as well as negative developments happening, the industry discovered its survivors and weaklings. Many analysts said that a consolidation was imminent in Indian ecommerce space and there was a lot being said about the consolidation that happened in the first part of the year
As the year commences its end, we take a look back and analyse our year-long work by looking into what our readers liked reading the most. We present top 5 content pieces from each of our content categories, which attracted highest number of page views in 2011, according to Google Analytics data for India Digital Review.
Top Five News Stories:
Mumbai-based digital agency BC Web Wise had launched an initiative, probably opposing the Delhi Gang Rape incident, where it shows people what all they can do in Delhi. The initiative was called ThingsToDoInDelhi.com and though it intended to launch an online protest against the Delhi Gang Rape case, it failed miserably, resulting in a widespread fury among Twitteratti against the
TLabs, a mentorship-driven accelerator program developed by Times Internet Limited (TIL), which was launched a year back, has so far inducted 7 startups in to its eco-system. At this point of time, TLabs has opened applications for its 3rd Batch of startups and is targeting to mentor 40 startups by end 2013.