InMobi & Cricbuzz announce partnership

18 Jul,2012

By A Correspondent

 

Bangalore-based independent mobile ad network InMobi and Cricbuzz, the cricket property with over 17 million unique users, has announced an exclusive partnership for bringing mobile ads to consumers on Cricbuzz’s mobile site and applications, for the India market. This partnership will make it easier for advertisers to reach premium mobile consumers on Cricbuzz.

 

Under the terms of the partnership, InMobi will have exclusive rights to monetize Cricbuzz’s mobile properties across all devices on phones and tablets in India. Advertisers that want to advertise on Cricbuzz’s mobile application on these platforms will now engage with InMobi.

 

InMobi delivers reach to 578 million consumers, in over 165 countries, through more than 93.5 billion mobile ad impressions monthly. It provides end-to-end solution for mobile advertising including rich media ad creation, distribution, tracking and optimization.

 

With a presence across multiple digital platforms, Cricbuzz attracts over 17 million monthly unique visitors on its web and mobile properties. This partnership is for ad monetization, and on all their properties – mobile web and apps on phones and tablets.

 

“Since inception, we have focused on making cricket information available on mobile devices of varying capabilities and were the first to launch a WAP-enabled version as early as 2005. We are excited to announce this partnership with a global leader in mobile advertising, such as InMobi. Being the top cricket destination on mobile, we were looking for a globally renowned partner and InMobi was the obvious choice,” said Pankaj Chhaparwal, Founder and Managing Director at Cricbuzz.

 

Sandeep Deshpande, Country GM -India at InMobi said: “This exclusive agreement with Cricbuzz reinforces InMobi’s leadership position in the Indian market. Cricbuzz’s mobile properties on all platforms have been immensely popular in India and abroad. In a Cricket fanatic country like ours, where all brands want a share of this pie, advertisers will now be able to reach their target audience wherever they are, through this partnership.”

 

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