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Olney 16th February 2006 09:57 PM

Adwords now targets India
 
According to this post on DigitalPoint Google's Adwords program now allows user to just target India to display their Ads.
This is pretty important for those who park their domains & wonder why click pricing is so low. If Advertisers can just target a certain area then the overall bid rate should increase...

Originally posted here:

http://forums.digitalpoint.com/showthread.php?t=57843

IDNCowboy 16th February 2006 10:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Olney
According to this post on DigitalPoint Google's Adwords program now allows user to just target India to display their Ads.
This is pretty important for those who park their domains & wonder why click pricing is so low. If Advertisers can just target a certain area then the overall bid rate should increase...

Originally posted here:

http://forums.digitalpoint.com/showthread.php?t=57843

Good stuff.. what site are you using for these translations?(Hindi etc)

Olney 16th February 2006 11:25 PM

I only own Japanese IDNs this doesn't benefit me but it benefits the members here who are interested in these markets.

a2zofb2b 17th February 2006 03:23 AM

One of my ad campaign is targeting India for over a month.
I am also bidding on some Indian language keywords
like
ಕನ್ನಡ (80 Impression this month)
हिन्दी (63 Impression this month)
தமிழ் (45 impression)

You may check these ads by using http://www.google.co.in and typing the above keywords.


Jeff,
For hindi transalations try this site
http://www.shabdkosh.com/

IDNCowboy 17th February 2006 03:44 AM

thanks ;)
which one is the noun? the main word? not the verb as i see each one has a letter next to it.

a2zofb2b 17th February 2006 04:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jeff
thanks ;)
which one is the noun? the main word? not the verb as i see each one has a letter next to it.

Example:
life has multiple synonyms in hindi

life n

१. जीवन, प्राण, जान, अस्तित्व, आयुर्बल

जीवन has more commercial value than the other 4.

जीवनसाथी - LifePartner
जीवनबीमा - LifeInsurance

Most of the good keywords are gone.
Do not use google results as an indicator.
(Most of the sites listed are Blogs, DMOZ data, Wikipedia, )
Currently most of the Hindi sites are not being indexed by Google, as most sites are not unicode encoded.
Overture would be better Indicator (anything in Overture US with a score of 25 or more would be worth registering)

drbiohealth 17th February 2006 07:43 AM

That's a great thing that has happened. Just a few weeks back, Google started its marketing office in India which will work independent of their development centre.


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