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BARC week 41: Amazon and Flipkart lead top brands list

Glow & Lovely, Whitehat Jr and Myntra.com entered the list of top advertisers

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NEW DELHI: The Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) of India has released its data for top advertisers and brands for the period between 10 October to 16 October 2020.

The data reflects the top 10 advertisers and brands across genres on India television, 2+ Individuals, NCCS All demonstrating ads that were inserted the most in week 41 of 2020. 

Top Advertisers: -

Hindustan Unilever continued to be the biggest advertiser this week also with 273549 impressions. It was followed by Reckitt Benckiser India which ranked second with 156461 ad generations.

ITC Ltd this time bagged the third rank with 58389 ad impressions. In a first, Amazon Online India secured the fourth spot with 55443 ad impressions. Godrej Consumer Products and Cadbury India secured fifth and sixth place with 39623 and 38243 ad impressions respectively.

Other top brands in the pecking order were as follows: Flipkart.com, Procter and Gamble, Colgate Palmolive India Ltd and Wipro.

Top Brands:

This week Amazon.in leads the chart with 36794 ad impressions, followed by Flipkart.com at the second spot with 32969 ad views.

Last week’s top ranker Dettol Antiseptic Liquid slid down to the third position with 25456 ad insertions.

The fourth and fifth spots were acquired by Lizol and Dettol Toilets Soaps with 19381 and 18675 ad insertions respectively.

Surf Excel easy wash bagged the sixth spot with 16947 ad views.

Other top brands in the pecking order were as follows: Glow & Lovely, Whitehat Jr, Myntra.com, Lux Toilet Soap.

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