OMLogic to add Google Product Extension Ads to its Arsenal

New Delhi, India (PressExposure) January 15, 2010 -- OMLogic – a premier online marketing company in India has included the recently released Product Extension Ads, also known as Ad Extension for AdWords, in their online marketing services [http://www.omlogic.com/online-marketing-services.html]. In doing so, they have become one of the very few online marketing company in India who offers this service. Contrary to normal Google Pay Per Click Ads, Product Extension of Google AdWord highlights the products information along with their images directly across Google.com.

Elaborating on the newly added service Mr. Kapil Gupta, Director, OMLogic Consulting said, “We are always looking to implement the latest marketing strategies in our online marketing plan and hence ensuring our customers to get the best possible returns on their online business.”

In the current scenario, social media is the preferred media for reaching out to a global audience as compared to the traditional media. To leverage on the ever increasing impact of social media, OMLogic also creates social media ads for networking sites like Facebook, Linkedin, YouTube etc. These social media ads help in delivering critical marketing support with better ROI.

About OMLogic Consulting Pvt. Ltd.

OMLogic Consulting is India's leading online marketing company. It's unique and a holistic approach to online marketing ensures that its customers get the best possible returns on their online marketing investments. Unlike most other online marketing firms [http://www.omlogic.com/online-marketing-consultants.html], OMLogic works with its customers as its partners and treats online marketing as a core and an integral part of its customer's business. It starts its customer engagement by first understanding its customer business thoroughly and then by creating a customized online marketing strategy.

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Press Release Submitted On: January 14, 2010 at 1:18 pm
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