New Delhi: 9.9 Media has announced that its website thinkdigit.com has been ranked as the #1 technology website in India by Google Ad Planner.
Thinkdigit.com is the preferred online portal for India’s large and growing community of technology enthusiasts. They visit the portal to stay updated on the latest in technology through news, product reviews, updates on software and mobile apps development. This tech-savvy community is also served by 9.9 Media’s Digit, which is the most read technology magazine in India according to IRS (Indian Readership Survey).
According to Google Ad Planner, an independent research and media-planning tool used by ad agencies to plan their digital campaigns, thinkdigit.com saw 7.6 lakh visits in April, leading to 16 lakh pageviews. Techtree.com (with 5.7 lakh visits and 15 lakh pageviews) and Tech2.in.com (3.2 lakh visits and 8.2 lakh pageviews) trailed thinkdigit.com on both parameters.
Thinkdigit.com is visited by technology enthusiasts in the age group of 18-35 years. They are opinion leaders and influence their friends and families in technology buying decisions. It has an active discussion forum, which provides a platform for the community to interact. The community is also supported by social networking on Facebook and Twitter.
Pramath Raj Sinha, Founder & Managing Director, 9.9 Media, said “We are honoured to be ranked #1 by Google’s Ad Planner. We owe it to the enthusiastic support of our readers and online visitors. We will continue to offer exciting content and an interactive platform to engage technology enthusiasts in India“.
9.9 Media is one of India’s most diversified media companies that integrates its print, online, research and event platforms to serve highly-targeted communities such as Owner-Managers / Entrepreneurs, CIOs, CTOs, CISOs, CFOs, Manufacturing & Logistics professionals, IT professionals, Channel partners, Gamers, Personal technology enthusiasts and those leading institutes of higher education. Some of its leading brands include The CTO Forum, Digit, Industry 2.0, Inc India, CFO India, Edu, ITNext and iGovernment. The 9.9 School of Convergence is focused on developing talent in journalism. 9.9 Media was founded by five professionals: Kanak Ghosh, Asheesh Gupta, Vikas Gupta, Anuradha Das Mathur and Pramath Raj Sinha. Its investors include Helion Venture Partners and TVS Capital Funds Ltd.