Advertising agencies in India are reporting some big wins over the last couple of years.
Advertisers are reporting revenue growth of 5-7% over the past year and advertisers are spending more on online ad campaigns.
This has been attributed to a combination of a big boost in digital advertising, increased spending on mobile advertising and a better business environment in India.
However, there are still some areas where the advertising industry still needs to improve.
In the telecom space, there is still a lot of room for improvement and there are also some issues in mobile ad campaigns which need to be addressed.
Mobile ad campaigns in India have been doing well in terms of quality.
But this has not translated into an increase in revenue as compared to last year, when ad spending jumped 8%.
This could be because of increased demand for ad content on mobile devices, which are being used more frequently.
The Indian mobile market has grown by 12% over last year to Rs 6,726.7 crore.
There are still many challenges to overcome before ad spending in India is expected to reach a level where it would make sense to spend on mobile ads.
Mobile ads in India spend less than 3% of total ad spend, according to AdExchange.
While mobile ads accounted for 7% of all ad spend in India in 2016, they accounted for only 4% of mobile ad spend this year.
Mobile ads are only now starting to make a dent in overall mobile ad spending, as a result of mobile app developers investing in the space and more app developers coming out with mobile ad apps.
In 2018, the average mobile ad cost per 100 million users was $6.42.
The average mobile user spent $6 per day on mobile apps.
This is the first year in which mobile ad revenue has been rising at a steady pace.
This year, the growth in mobile advertising has slowed, as more apps have adopted the technology.
However in 2018, AdExfield showed that mobile ad spends in India grew by 3% year on year.
This is the fastest growth rate of any industry in the last two years.
This could indicate that ad spend is picking up in India and that the ad spending trend is starting to pick up.
Mobile Ad spending has also shown to be growing at a higher rate in certain industries.
Mobile ad spend accounted for 5% of global ad spend on smartphones in 2017.
This figure has now grown to 6.4% in 2018.
In 2019, the share of mobile ads in ad spend grew to 11.9% from 10.9%.
The market share of ad spend has grown to 30.9%, from 25.3% in 2019.
The market share for ad spend by categories in 2018 has also risen from 9.5% to 12.5%.
In 2019 this is due to a surge in spending by categories such as travel, electronics, beauty, and beauty products.
This growth has also led to a jump in the number of categories which accounted for 8.7% of ad spending this year, from 7.4%.
Advertising agencies have also witnessed a growth in digital ad spend.
This was partly due to the increase in digital targeting, which has led to digital ad spending growing by 9.6% in the past three years.
However this growth was also partially due to increasing revenue from mobile advertising, which increased by 13.4%, from $3.5 billion to $6 billion.
The Indian mobile ad market is expected a lot to grow over the next two to three years, as companies invest in digital marketing strategies, as well as more app users and app developers adopting mobile ad platforms.
The ad spend growth in 2018 was partly driven by a jump of 4% in digital ads spending in the first quarter of 2019, according the latest data from AdExchanger.
Advertising campaigns are often driven by brands and their agencies.
However the fact that Indian companies are spending their ad budgets on mobile platforms is a sign of growing confidence in the industry.
As the country moves towards a mobile-first world, it is vital that the advertising sector is better positioned to deliver digital content that will appeal to users and advertisers.
This can only be achieved by adopting a business-friendly environment in which ad spend can grow and advertisers can spend accordingly.