In India, 33+ million users visited Social networking sites in July 2010 and India is the seventh largest market for Social Networking sites
EchoVME Consulting Private Limited, a digital marketing education and consulting firm announced the launch of first ever India-centric Social Media Revolution in India video on 11th February 2011. The launch is being made marking the Social Media Week Celebrations and successful completion of one year of EchoVME. Sorav Jain (winner of JITO’s sapon ke saudagar 2011), the Thinker in Chief at EchoVME has virtually launched the video on their website: http://www.echovme.com/india at 10 AM on February 8, 2011. The video was screened at www.youtube.com/soravjain and is available now.
Sorav Jain, a social media icon in Chennai, said, ”though Social Media is a raging phenomenon in India, many people are still skeptical about its huge business potential and to an extent are unaware of the power of Social Media.” The objective of this video is to create awareness about Social Media and its significance. This video has captured some of the significant Social Media milestones that India witnessed. The Social Media India Revolution video portrays researched facts about how media evolved in India, their humble beginning to stupendous growth and how Social Media is emerging as an effective mode of communication.
An extract from the comScore press release dated 25 August 2010 states: “The social networking phenomenon continues to gain steam worldwide, and India represents one of the fastest growing markets at the moment,” said Will Hodgman, comScore executive vice-president for the Asia-Pacific region. Popular networking sites Facebook and Linkedin have set up their offices in India, reiterating the humongous growth of Social Media in India.
The insights shared in this video will echo the potential business opportunities on Social Media; these facts can drive Entrepreneurs, CXOs, and Marketing Professionals to leverage Social Media for business.
This video is ideated by Sorav Jain, inspired by Erik Qualman’s Social Media Revolution video that portrays global, US centric Social Media facts.