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WebChutney Digital Media Outlook Report 2009

WebChutney Digital Media Outlook Report 2009

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To understand the status of the top 500 advertisers in India (who
control most advertising spends) and to see how seriously
and purposefully these prominent Indian marketers are looking at
using the digital medium in their marketing plan, we decided to conduct
a research study on the topic and share the findings as presented in
the first ever Webchutney Digital Media Outlook 2009 report
To understand the status of the top 500 advertisers in India (who
control most advertising spends) and to see how seriously
and purposefully these prominent Indian marketers are looking at
using the digital medium in their marketing plan, we decided to conduct
a research study on the topic and share the findings as presented in
the first ever Webchutney Digital Media Outlook 2009 report

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A study of the Indian Digital Marketing Scenario
Webchutney works with leading companies in India bydeveloping award winning and memorable experiencesfor brands to connect, engage with and build sustainedrelationships with their consumers online.Our clients include Unilever, P&G, HP, Airtel, andMicrosoft among others. We work with them in areasof online advertising, website design, mobile marketingand social media.Ranked as India’s Number 1 Digital Agency,Webchutney is committed to leading the interactivemarketing industry.Our offices are located across New Delhi, Mumbai andBangalore.For more information visit www.webchutney.comFollow us on Twitter www.twitter.com/webchutneyKnowledge Partner
© 2009 Webchutney Studio Pvt. Ltd. All rights reserved.
 
With global trends indicating continuing decline of ad spends in the traditional media, budget spends on interactive media continue to growand deliver quantifiable results for the brand advertisers. Given thesurge of interest in digital advertising in 2008, many consider 2009 tobe the year when digital finally gets the spotlight in the 4 billion dollarIndian advertising and marketing space.A frenzy of new media and emerging communication channels have led to a more connected and in-control consumer, who drives powerfulconversations, becomes a brand evangelist and generates buzz for themarketer. This does not equate to brands losing control over theirmarketing strategies, but provides new challenging opportunities toreach out to the user through better, more meaningful consumerexperiences online.The pace at which these trends emerge, consume and disappear leavebrands unsatiated and confused. Since yesterday's digital bestpractices may be obsolete today, marketers need to constantly adapt themselves to the vast and ever evolving digital landscape to leverage their brands.To understand the status of the top 500 advertisers in India (whocontrol two thirds of all advertising spends) and to see how seriouslyand purposefully these prominent Indian marketers are looking atusing the digital medium in their marketing plan, we decided to conducta research study on the topic and share the findings as presented in the first ever Webchutney Digital Media Outlook 2009 report.This document attempts to have a healthy discussion on what are theperceptions and ‘mis-perceptions’ around the medium. It is a critical time for brands to shrug off these perceptions, and keep pace with thedynamic nature of this medium, and choose their ad-spends wisely. Ihope you enjoy reading the report, as much as we enjoyed compiling it!Sidharth RaoChief Executive OfficerWebchutney
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Future Outlook 
 View from the'Right side of the Telescope’
Prologue
Current Scenario
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