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In the first quarter of 2017, online marketers spent $2.4 billion on advertising, according to market research firm Market Data Solutions.
This includes $1.5 billion on paid ads and $800 million on sponsored content.
According to research firm eMarketer, advertising spending in the U.S. reached a record $19.5 trillion in the first six months of 2017.
While that may seem like a lot of money, a closer look at what’s happening online reveals an industry that is in transition.
The shift is driven in part by the rise of social media platforms like Instagram and Snapchat, which have created a new kind of advertising platform, known as “online-only.”
These new platforms are designed to connect consumers with brands or companies by letting them choose what to post.
For brands, this could be a new Facebook ad or a new video posted to YouTube.
For consumers, the new platforms can give consumers the opportunity to shop for products online, as well as find out more about the products they might be interested in.
These platforms are an important step towards an online-only future, but what is “online only” really about?
According to the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), online marketing is currently the largest segment of advertising in the United States.
That’s up from just over half a decade ago, when the group pegged online advertising to a mere 5% of the U!s $18.4 trillion economy.
Today, online advertising accounts for over 20% of U.s $30.4trillion advertising market.
The reason for this growth is twofold.
First, online marketing has become more ubiquitous and popular in the last few years.
According the NAB, over 85% of all U. S. consumers who use an internet-enabled device are online now, compared to just 9% in the 1980s.
Second, new platforms like Snapchat and Instagram are giving consumers a much easier way to discover brands.
In a recent survey conducted by Nielsen, 58% of millennials said they had used a smartphone or tablet to access online marketing.
That means that for many, the use of the internet is a daily occurrence.
According, 75% of 18- to 29-year-olds use the internet to find a new brand to buy from.
The digital landscape of marketing in 2018 is poised to be even more disruptive.
In the coming years, marketers will need to adapt to the changing times as more and more consumers will be using technology to access products online.
What is digital marketing?
In order to understand what digital marketing is, it’s important to understand the difference between digital marketing and traditional marketing.
Traditional marketing is a type of advertising where a brand or company creates an online presence, which is then used to reach consumers.
This type of digital advertising is more efficient, since it does not require a large amount of resources to create a digital presence.
However, digital marketing can be difficult to implement, and there are many reasons why brands may choose not to participate.
Digital marketing is more scalable than traditional marketing, as consumers can easily sign up to be an online consumer, search for products on the internet, and then post their opinions online.
Consumers can then see the products or brands they are interested in, as opposed to the traditional way of purchasing.
Online marketing is different in that consumers can sign up for a brand that is already online, and the brand will then receive an email notification that a customer has registered.
Consumers then make a purchase, and that purchase is then sent to the brand for a short period of time.
This process is referred to as a “campaign,” and it allows the brand to create the digital brand experience, such as a video, a campaign, and more.
Brands can then market their products online by sending emails, creating online store pages, and posting ads on social media.
These campaigns can be tailored to each brand, such that brands can reach more consumers and have better ROI.
However, digital advertising has been gaining more attention, as marketers are increasingly looking for new ways to reach their target audience.
For example, in 2018, the majority of marketers polled by eMarket considered the Internet to be a more efficient way to reach customers than traditional advertising.
In this sense, digital marketers are seeing greater demand from brands to build a digital brand presence, especially with the rise in social media sites like Instagram.
Additionally, digital media platforms such as Snapchat and Facebook have given consumers a new way to interact with brands and brands are finding new ways of monetizing their content.
For example, Snapchat has created a “snapshow,” which allows users to record videos of brands that they have purchased online, in order to make them appear on Instagram.
The Snapshow allows brands to target and monetize their ads based on consumers’ behaviors.
In addition, brands are beginning to look at how they can create their own