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The market research firm estimates that worldwide ad spending on Facebook will hit $1.28 billion in 2010, quite a bit more than last year's $665 million.
Surprise! The recession means that advertisers will likely cut back on "experimental" forms of media, like social networks.
New report lowers projections for online ad spending in the U.S. due to soft economy and advertisers not flocking to social networks.
Online ad spending is expected to increase in 2008, but not as much. Display ads are hit harder than search ads.
The millions spent really isn't that impressive, the market research firm says, when you look at how much is spent overall during the year.
Google is still the leader with the highest share of mobile ad revenue. But Facebook is catching up.
The social network still trails behind Google, the top seller of mobile ads, but it soars past other competitors, according to a report from eMarketer.
The social network is getting ready to launch a mobile ad platform that will allow it to better challenge Google's AdMob, Recode reports.
Worldwide sales reached the milestone in 2012. New data from eMarketer estimates that e-commerce sales will grow to $1.3 trillion this year.
eMarketer estimates Twitter will earn $582.8 million in global ad revenue this year, $950 million next year, and $1.33 billion in 2015. And a big chunk of that will come from mobile ads.