India has become the first country to launch a digital advertising platform.
India is taking the lead as it has made the world leader’s biggest and most popular Facebook platform, which is also the largest in the world, open to all Indians, according to a company report.
A group of people at the opening of a Facebook office in New Delhi on Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2015.
An advertisement for the Facebook platform in Mumbai.
Facebook, India’s largest social network, plans to open its India-focused site in the city’s central business district on Dec. 12.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his wife Pranabji Hari pose for photos in front of Facebook offices in New York on Wednesday, Dec 3, 2015, the same day India’s government said it had awarded a patent for the technology.
The government said the application, which has been filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, covers “the use of a website for the dissemination of information and information content.”
Facebook is the world in 30 days, or 3 weeks.
Facebook said in a blog post on Tuesday that the new service will be available in India on Dec 12.
Facebook India will offer the same content on the platform that it provides to Facebook users around the world.
India is the country with the largest online population and the biggest digital market, Facebook said.