|By Business Wire||
|May 27, 2014 03:30 PM EDT||
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xmdqjx/internet) has announced the addition of the "Internet Compendium India 2014" report to their offering.
The Internet economy would contribute around 1.3% toward Indian GDP by 2015.
The proliferation of Internet is fuelled in particular by mobility is resulting in high penetration and usage among Indian Diaspora. This mobile proliferation is eventually resulting in higher rate of communications, ever-increased digital content consumption and e-commerce. This trend is cutting across all segments of the Internet economy in India. However, upgraded infrastructure and optimum spectrum allocation will further provide an impetus to the overall Internet economy.
The present Internet compendium is a quantitative compilation of statistics and data sets on all of the key segments of the Indian digital economy. It puts forth all the latest trends evident in the Internet marketplace in India and brings the entire industry up-to-date as it covers the data sets up to 1H 2014 for the industry. This compendium would be a one-stop ready referral source that could be used as go-to-market asset by the industry stakeholders.
This compilation has around 80 tables and is running into 80 pages, and its second edition would be published by the end of the year 2014.
This Internet Statistics Compendium 1H 2014 is a compilation of the most recent data cuts and statistics covering the key segments of the Internet Economy as follows:
1. Usage and Demographics
3. Social Media
4. B2C E-commerce
5. Business Case for Multichannel Marketing / Commerce
6. Customer Experience and Customer Engagement
8. Search Engine Marketing
8. Email Marketing
9. Internet Advertising
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xmdqjx/internet
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