Google introduces Hindi ads on its Display Network

17 Dec,2014

By A Correspondent

 

As a part of Google’s effort to stimulate the growth Indic languages and extend support to more languages around the world, Google has announced the launch of Hindi Ads across the Google Display Network. Marketers will be able to advertise to India’s booming online population in the most widely spoken local language – Hindi.

 

There are over 500 million speakers around the world, and a wealth of quality Hindi content is available on the Web. Extending the ability to support Hindi ads will enable global advertisers to connect with one India’s fastest growing online audiences. With the introduction of Hindi ads, AdWords advertisers will now be able to build campaigns reaching Hindi language sites on the Google Display Network using text, image, rich media, and video display ad formats.

 

Speaking about the launch, Dushyant Khare Head of Partner Business Solutions – India & Southeast Asia, Google said, “We are really excited to launch support for Hindi Ads on Google Display network, we hope that this launch will give a boost to the growth of the Hindi web and will encourage the creation of a whole new wave of online Hindi content that will not only be useful to the burgeoning Hindi internet audience, but also make it easy for advertisers to market to this very important consumer base.

 

In early November this year, Google had announced the launch of the Indian Language Internet Alliance (ILIA), a group committed to promoting the growth of Indic-language content online. Through its efforts, the ILIA hopes to enable 300 million Indian language speakers to become highly engaged Internet users by 2017.

 

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