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The internet marketing success rate in India is the lowest in the world, according to data from the World Economic Forum.
This year, the success rate of online marketing in India stood at 0.3 per cent, according the latest data available.
The country has one of the lowest rate of internet marketing in the country.
The data shows that only 15 per cent of Indians used internet marketing this year, which is the worst in the industry.
This year, only 22 per cent used online marketing.
The data also showed that less than half of the internet marketing spend by Indians was actually spent on online advertising, which was only 1.6 per cent.
The rest was spent on digital advertising and marketing, according a report in Business Standard.
The World Economic Institute (WEF) has recently launched an internet marketing program called the Internet Marketing Success Rate for India (IMS) to help it get to the top in the market.
According to the study, the IMS is an indicator of internet marketers success, it helps to measure the overall success of online marketers and also their ability to attract more customers.
The data was provided by Indian e-commerce giant Snapdeal.
The company has launched a similar program in the US.
The results of the IMs for the past six months are below.
IMS in India for 2016-17 (Source: Snapdeal) The number of internet users in India has increased from 16 million in 2016 to 30 million this year.
However, the country has been facing issues with online advertising.
In 2017, the internet advertising industry in India had lost around 40 per cent from the same year last year, according TOI.
According to Snapdeal, online advertising in India in 2017 was estimated at USD$1.3 billion, and its growth was estimated to be at a whopping 40 per-cent year-on-year.