Today I was searching for advertisement rates of online ads. I was primarily interested in some of the big portal names like yahoo, indiatimes, and rediff etc. It took quite a while to come up with the search results having all these figures. I found two articles having some information and thought sharing with you - Business World Exchange4media Exchange4media article was written in 2004, so slightly outdated. Business World article is of year 2007 and gives sufficiently latest information. Here is the summary from the Business World article -
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