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This is part of our brand new blog series that highlights the best online marketing platforms around the world.
We’re aiming to bring you the best advice, advice on how to use, and the best marketing content in 2018.
So, join us in 2018 as we look at the best tools for online marketing, and what you can do with them.
Read on to find out how to pick the best platform for your needs.1.
AdWords (AdWords is the world’s largest online ad exchange and one of the largest ad networks) is the best ad network for online marketers, according to the latest AdWords Consumer Insights Report.
The report, conducted by online advertising platform AdWords, found that online advertising platforms account for $1.25 trillion in revenue.
And, AdWords is growing at an annual rate of 6.5% in 2017.2.
Social Media is growing rapidly across multiple verticals.
In 2017, it overtook Google+ as the world leader in search traffic and the top mobile search engine in the United States.
Social media accounted for more than $600 billion in total traffic.
In 2018, it grew to account for over $700 billion in traffic.3.
Google+ and Facebook are the two most popular social networks on the internet, but you can still find many other platforms with strong advertising revenue and user growth.
Facebook, in particular, had a strong year, growing at almost 40% in 2018 compared to 2017.4.
Google AdWords continues to grow.
The company is still the most popular online ad platform, according the survey, and accounted for $7.2 trillion in revenues in 2017 and $11.9 trillion in 2018, up from $6.8 trillion in 2017, according a report from market research firm Strategy Analytics.5.
In the past, there was a tendency for advertisers to use AdWords to build their brands and increase their online ad revenue.
This trend has changed as advertisers have become more selective about what they want to show.
In 2019, the average AdWords account generates nearly 1 million ad impressions per month, up 17% from 2016.
However, the AdWords brand has lost its competitive advantage, and now advertisers will have to use Google to show more of their content.6.
Pinterest is another popular platform for online advertisers.
Pinterest users spend more than 10% of their online time on the platform, and they have become a powerful advertising tool for online brands, according AdWords.7.
Adwords has become increasingly popular with consumers, especially millennials.
According to the survey conducted by Brandwatch, Adwords revenue increased 13% to $3.5 billion in 2018 and $2.8 billion in 2019.
Advertisers can now reach the millennial audience with ads that reach far beyond their age.8.
Pinterest, Instagram and Snapchat are other popular platforms for online advertising.
Pinterest and Instagram users spend over 40% of all their time on these platforms, according Brandwatch.
Pinterest accounts for more revenue than any other platform, with more than 1 billion users.
Instagram accounts for about 2.5 times as much revenue.9.
Google Search continues to gain popularity, and advertisers are increasingly using it to target users.
The survey also found that search revenues increased 10% in the past year.10.
Pinterest has become more relevant to advertisers in 2018 after the launch of its new Pinterest Search platform.
The new search platform allows advertisers to show their products and services in a way that fits with their audience and brand.
Pinterest’s Pinterest Search has been downloaded more than 2.4 million times.11.
In general, the online advertising industry is seeing a boom in online ad sales.
According the Adwords Consumer Insight Report, online advertising revenue increased by 19.5%, with total revenue growing by 21.5%.
Adwords is now responsible for 70% of total online advertising, with a revenue share of 31.4%.