• July 28, 2021

Why you need to make sure your ads are relevant to the Indian market

Advertising is one of the most popular online channels for online advertising.

While this is not a bad thing, it does come with a caveat.

In India, the majority of the people who visit these sites are either poor or unemployed.

They are therefore less likely to be interested in ads from mainstream online publishers, even though they can often be found in a similar ad format.

In an attempt to bridge the gap, Adani has been working on a new type of online advertisement.

It’s called “Aha!”, and it’s designed to appeal to the needs of the working poor.

Adani hopes that the new ad format will be a game changer for India, where a whopping 84 percent of the population is under the age of 15.

“Aha!” is a unique online ad format which is designed to attract the interest of the poor, and then also attract the attention of advertisers,” said Anant Prakash, the company’s managing director and senior vice president.”

The idea behind this ad format is to attract people who are less likely than others to engage in online advertising and the idea is that we can get more people to buy our product,” said Prakush, adding that the company has also been experimenting with different types of ads in an effort to attract more advertisers.

The ad format, which is based on the ad-free, ad-supported model of YouTube, uses a graphic of the same color on a background with the words “AHA!”, followed by a message of sorts.

In addition to the usual disclaimer and information on how the ad is being produced, the ad will also tell viewers how much it is worth and how much they will have to pay to get access to the ad.”

We want to give the impression that we have the money to pay for the content and to make it feel good, and also that it’s a good product,” Prakosh said.

We have made it clear that we want to make this a one-stop shop for all ad formats, whether it is a digital or a print format, he added.”

We have been working with the marketplace to develop an ad format and we have also launched an online shop.

We have made it clear that we want to make this a one-stop shop for all ad formats, whether it is a digital or a print format, he added.

The online platform, called Adani Ads, is the latest initiative in the ad industry to appeal for attention from the working-poor in India.

Aha!

We believe that if we can reach people in the way that we’ve seen through the Aha!’ ad format that we will have a much bigger impact on their lives,” Pakush said.”

The ad formats are a way for us to get our content to the people, the poor and the underprivileged in a way that can be seen by them.

We believe that if we can reach people in the way that we’ve seen through the Aha!’ ad format that we will have a much bigger impact on their lives,” Pakush said.

He said the platform was also targeting the poor who are struggling with a lack of information about their income.

“When you buy a product from us, it’s because you believe that it is going to help you and you want to be sure that it does.

The only way to do that is to provide a good value for your money,” Pachush said of the Adani platform.

For Pachash, making the AdiPads platform accessible to the working class was an important part of the company being able to attract a new and diverse audience.

“It is important that the poor are aware that they can reach the world with the help of the ad formats.

In the digital era, there are many people who believe that they are rich.

There are many more people who have a low level of education.

In this digital age, it is important for the people of India to be able to get their hands on some of the things that they need,” he said.

While the idea of selling ad formats to the poor may sound like a good idea, it may also be counterproductive.

“Advertising is not just a form of advertising.

It can also be a form for social welfare.

The people who use it are not only the poor.

The way to make an impact on the poor is to give them the best possible value for their money,” said Ram Seshadri, director of social and governance studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University, in a recent article for India Today.

Seshadrik argued that while it was true that there were many people with a low-level education, there were also many who were not able to afford to buy a TV or a computer.

“For them, they have to do something.

They have to put their money where their mouth is.

It is a question of social mobility.

It may be that if you don’t make it to a higher level of schooling, you will be able have access to better things,” he argued.