Mobile Ad Revenues $3.4 Billion, Search The Biggest Contributor

Mobile Ad Revenues $3.4 Billion, Search The Biggest Contributor

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New Yesterday the IAB released digital ad revenue figures for the US market in 2012. Overall internet ad revenue came in at nearly $37 billion, making the internet the second largest medium after broadcast TV. Mobile and video advertising were the two biggest digital advertising growth drivers,... Please visit Marketing Land...
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