In India, e-commerce companies have been advertising heavily on Google to acquire customers. Now that e-commerce companies have slowed down on online ad spending, this is a great way to cut into the action.
The Bombay High Court on Thursday pulled up Internet based movie ticketing companies for charging users an extra convenience fee despite having been asked not to do so earlier.
The free preview of the movie will be available in a 3/4 screen on Channel 155. Rest of the screen will be taken up by advertisers.
The government is also in talks with the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Department of Telecom to decide on whether such services need to be blocked, especially with its Chinese origin.
The integration by Paytm aims to enable users to recharge their phone and pay utility bills on the go.
Amazon pays out a 10% commission to affiliates on each sale. In comparison, existing e-commerce players only pay out 5-7% as commissions.
This rising trend shows that the demand for smart connected devices is quickly shifting from developed to emerging markets.
Uber, the technology based cab hire company based in the United States is launching in India. The company, which makes technology to make it easy for people to hire cabs, has posted three job listings based in Bangalore.
The general opinion that customers prefer social over email for support from companies has been proved wrong according to a new report from Freshdesk.
The Indian government said that it will seek details from the US about the “intelligence” it gathered on Indian citizen.