What people read the most on IDR in 2013
01 Jan 2014

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

"India will be Facebook's number one market in a matter of months, overtaking US"

GSF backed Pokkt secures seed funding from Jungle Ventures and Samir Bangara

Facebook eyeing its first Indian acquisition

Twitter officially launches Ads API with five partners

Reliance Big TV, Sun Direct likely to merge; to become second largest entity after DishTV

Most Read Feature Stories

EBay report claims Google Adwords losing significance; why it is not applicable for India

The curious case of brands and negative reviews

Chidambaram scores with SMEs despite ambiguity; sops for start-ups & angel investors

Most Read Interviews

In 10 months of operation, Ping clocked 50% MoM growth, 100% MoM subscriber base growth

Prashanto Das, CEO, Ping Digital

Our revenue growth has been 135 percent year-on-year

Sumesh Menon, CEO, U2opia Mobile

By 2013, we should be having 10,000 plus merchants very easily

Nitin Gupta, CEO, PayU India

Mobile video is going to be at forefront of mobile internet revolution

Nickhil Jakatdar, CEO and Founder, Vuclip

Vdopia looking at 30% growth; aims to venture in 12 countries by 2013

Preetesh Chouhan, VP, APAC, Vdopia

Most Read ‘CMO on Digital’

 The future of digital content access in India is going to be through mobile

Sushant Sreeram, VP-Mktng, HolidayIQ.com

25-30 pc of Woodland’s marketing budget goes to digital

Amol Dhillon, VP, Woodland Worldwide

Our spends on digital medium have increased by 100 pc

Rajat Mehta, Country Head- Brand & Retail Marketing, YES Bank

Digital generates leads and there are products which we can close online

Manisha Lath Gupta, CMO, Axis Bank

Video is an integral part of Microsoft's content marketing strategy

Jyotsna Makkar, CMO, Microsoft India


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