Digital Ad Spending

Marketing budgets are spread across a wide array of media today, and figuring out digital ad spending means knowing where the market is moving. eMarketer's forecasts, data and statistics include estimates for digital ad spending by format (display, video, rich media, classified, paid search, radio, ... podcast, social media), by industry (automotive, CPG and consumer products, financial service, healthcare and pharma, media and entertainment, retail, telecomm, electronics and computers, and travel), and by worldwide regions (Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America, Middle East & Africa, North America) and countries within those regions. eMarketer's reports, charts, interviews and forecasts provide you with data and insights to answer a variety of questions such as:Show More ▼
  • How much money is spent on digital advertising each year?
  • What is the global digital ad spend, and what is it by country?
  • What is digital ad spending by format?

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Video Swells to 25% of US Digital Ad Spending

Oct 09, 2018

This year will mark a milestone for digital video advertising in the US, according to eMarketer’s latest ad spending forecast. In 2018, video will grow nearly 30% to $27.82 billion. That means video ad spending will make up 25% of US digital ad spending.

Nearly One-Third of Ad Spending in Germany Will Go to Digital Channels

Oct 05, 2018

Germany, Europe’s largest economy, is the second-largest market for ad spending in the region, behind the UK. In 2018, eMarketer forecasts that advertisers in Germany will spend $21.13 billion on advertising, with 31.9% spent in digital channels.

Three Key Takeaways on Amazon's Plans for Advertising, Video and Voice

Sep 21, 2018

At an eMarketer breakfast event yesterday, a panel of eMarketer analysts weighed in on Amazon and discussed the giant's future.

Amazon Is Now the No. 3 Digital Ad Platform in the US

Sep 19, 2018

US digital ad revenues at Amazon will more than double this year, eMarketer estimates, moving it up the ranks past Oath and Microsoft to take the No. 3 position behind Facebook and Google.