Dec 16, 2014 113 reads by Navneet Kaushal

Google is making efforts to support more languages across the world and it has announced that AdWords will now support Hindi ads across the Google Display Network. Starting today, advertisers will be able to show up their ads in the most widely spoken local language – Hindi.

Here's more about the news on Google India blog:

"With over 500 million speakers around the world, a wealth of quality Hindi content is available on the Web. We're excited to launch support for Hindi, which will enable global advertisers to connect with one of India's fastest growing online audiences".

Advertisers can use text, rich media, image, and video display ad formats to build campaigns reaching Hindi language sites on Google Display Network.

Are you also interested in showing your ads only on Hindi language sites? Learn more about how language targeting works by clicking here.

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