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Affiliate marketing: the next wave of digital has come of age
The advent and subsequent spread of the internet have changed the entire course of humanity. Today, one of the core factors driving our lives is digital inventions. These inventions are changing the way in which we communicate, conduct businesses, and live our day to day life. Digital has become an agent of growth and is bringing changes in the (now) archaic systems that we used. - Neha Kulwal
The W Suite | “We can easily have women leaders at top chairs of any organisation”
AdGully’s ‘The W-Suite’ series features interactions with influential women leaders in India, who share some deep insights on what being a woman leader means in India’s business landscape, the mantras to succeed, achieving work-life balance, pay parity and much more.
Neha Kulwal, CEO, Admitad India, is a well-known women entrepreneur. As one of the key founder members in setting up Admitad India from the date of incorporation, Kulwal has played a major role in taking the organization to greater heights – be it in business deals for the organization or representing the company at larger platforms.
Affiliate marketing is in its adolescence stage in India: Neha Kulwal, Admitad India
Manish Joshi from NewsBarons connects with Neha Kulwal, CEO of Admitad India, who informs ‘We have mastered the subtle art of cross-border trade. This lets our publishers to easily apply for international campaigns and in turn, earn money.’
Affiliate Marketing Company Admitad India Bags Housejoy As Client
Admitad India is assisting Housejoy in the multiple avenues of the digital marketing landscape. Presently, the firm is recruiting publishers who will work for the client in their programs on a monthly basis. Additionally, they are also keeping a check on the promotional activities undertaken by these publishers to ensure that only permissible mediums are being used by the affiliates for their promotions.
Admitad India to handle affiliate and digital marketing of Housejoy
India’s E-Commerce Revenue To Touch $52 Billion By 2022
The revenue from e-commerce amounted to $25 billion in India in 2017, and is likely to grow by 20.2 percent per year to hit $52 billion by 2022, says a report by Admitad.
According to the report, in 2017, 37 percent of the population comprised internet users, 14 percent of whom made online purchases regularly, with the population's share of internet users expected to rise to 45 percent by 2021. The number of online buyers is expected to grow to 90 percent.
Revenue from e-commerce in India to touch $52 billion by 2022, says report
The revenue from e-commerce amounted to USD 25 billion in India in 2017, and is likely to grow by 20.2 percent per year to hit USD 52 billion by 2022, says a report. According to a report by Admitad, in 2017, 37 percent of the population comprised of internet users, 14 percent of whom made online purchases regularly
Revenue from e-commerce in India to touch $52bn by 2022: Report
The revenue from e-commerce amounted to $25 billion in India in 2017, and is likely to grow by 20.2 percent per year to hit $52 billion by 2022, says a report.
According to a report by Admitad, in 2017, 37 percent of the population comprised of internet users, 14 percent of whom made online purchases regularly.
Artificial Intelligence And Evolution Of Affiliate Marketing
One can’t underestimate the power of ‘human touch’ even in such dynamic seller – customer relations that prevail today. Even on e-commerce websites, the good old “I bought it and it was great” still influences purchasing habits.