EMarketer: Google Takes Back Top Spot In 2012, Out-Selling Facebook In Digital Display Ads

EMarketer: Google Takes Back Top Spot In 2012, Out-Selling Facebook In Digital Display Ads

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New Google took the lead in US digital display ad revenue last year, earning $2.26 billion. After coming in second to Facebook in 2011, Google outsold their top competitor in 2012, selling $80 million more than Facebook’s $2.18 billion. In last week’s digital display ad earnings report,... Please visit Marketing Land...
EMarketer: Google Takes Back Top Spot In 2012, Out-Selling Facebook In Digital Display Ads
         

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