Tech Company Ad Spends [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Selling advertising space on the Internet is big business and this is why Google is at the top of the tech totem pole. Very early on, companies very quickly came to the conclusion that online advertising was the way to get their message out there, and if you are Google, with a huge dominant popular search engine at your disposal, then you are ideally placed to offer that advertising. Cue flowing mountains of cash.

Today’s infographic shows the companies which did the most ad and promo spending in 2011, as well as the top tech advertisers for that year, and a breakdown of how the money was spent.

Let us know in the comments what you think of the infographic. Any surprises?

Tech Company Ad Spends

Infographic Source: www.onlinebusinessdegree.org
Image Source: Online Classified Ad, via Shutterstock

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Comments (3)
  • Boni Oloff

    Advertising is of thing that support man writing in the internet, and making internet still alive. People make internet as interesting as possible, and then make people come. And then let them see the advertising.

  • GrrGrrr

    interesting read.

    the top 15 advertisers include many telecom/media companies.

  • Ahmed Khalil

    it is the revolution of tech companies, so it is normal to gain all this ad

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