Advertising in the print and electronic media has long been seen as an important tool for advertisers to sell their products and services.
But the industry has recently been seeing a shift in focus away from print advertising to digital ad sales.
The advent of digital advertising has created a massive opportunity for advertisers, who have been able to reach readers on a much wider range of devices, with the majority of ad revenue coming from digital advertising.
According to Nielsen’s latest data, the digital ad market grew from just over $100 billion in 2014 to $2.7 trillion in 2020.
But according to the company, the number of ads on the digital screen is increasing at an alarming rate.
In the last three years, digital advertising revenue grew by almost 10 percent year-on-year, while print advertising revenues rose by about 10 percent.
The average advertising spend on digital advertising grew from $7.35 per consumer in 2015 to $7 at the end of the year.
Digital advertising has seen a rapid rise in the past year.
The number of digital ads in the United States grew from 3,000 in 2015, to over 5,000 by 2020, according to Nielsen.
And as of May, digital ad spending had reached $1.2 trillion.
And according to research firm Kantar Media, digital digital advertising accounted for a whopping 70 percent of all the media consumption spending in the U.S. in 2020, with ads for TV, movies, and music all making up the largest share of digital spending.
Digital ads are a fast-growing revenue stream for publishers, and advertisers are now looking for ways to expand their digital reach.
For instance, many newspapers have started experimenting with ad-supported publishing, which allows readers to choose to buy digital copies of articles in print and print ads.
These digital editions are also being rolled out in other parts of the country.
The new technology also means that digital ad campaigns can be tailored to a specific audience.
For example, in 2020 alone, Nielsen counted a whopping 18 digital-only advertising campaigns on its list, with two of them targeting women and young adults.
Some of these digital ad buys were for digital subscriptions and ad-sales-only products.
But for other advertisers, digital is also an opportunity to increase their reach.
In a recent study conducted by Kantar, the company found that digital advertising sales accounted for just under a third of all digital ad revenue, while digital ad-ad revenue increased from just under $6 billion in 2015.
And, as a result, digital ads accounted for nearly one-fifth of all online ad revenue in 2020 and accounted for almost 30 percent of total digital ad revenues.
For advertisers looking to increase digital ad spend, they will want to look no further than the likes of the ad-free Amazon Prime and the ad networks such as the CBS Interactive network.
In fact, many advertisers are turning to the latter as a means to reach more people.
According in a recent report by research firm The Kantar Group, digital advertisers accounted for roughly 15 percent of the online advertising revenue in 2018.
But if you’re looking to sell a product or service that is ad-less, there are a number of options available.
Advertisers are now able to sell online ad space directly to consumers through ad networks, where ads can be displayed on any devices that can access the internet.
Ad-free websites can also be created to serve as digital advertising space, allowing advertisers to place ads directly on the pages of a website and deliver the targeted content to a consumer.
For a long time, advertisers have used the same platform as the print media to sell advertisements to consumers.
But digital ad space is now available to advertisers for the first time.
Digital platforms have also opened up a vast number of opportunities for advertisers.
For one, online ad platforms have begun to make it easier for advertisers in different industries to sell to different audiences.
For years, print advertising has been limited to just a few select sectors of the industry, such as entertainment and fashion, and ad agencies were only allowed to work with companies like Google, Facebook, and Apple.
Now, however, advertisers can sell to consumers across a variety of sectors, such for example, restaurants, travel and shopping, technology, and the list goes on.
Digital platform platforms such as Adwords and Google AdWords have allowed advertisers to reach an unprecedented number of consumers, with more than 20 million Adwords users globally.
Adwords also has helped to reduce the time and effort that publishers and publishers’ staffs spend on creating and promoting online ads.
A study by the Digital Media Research Institute (DMRI) in 2017 found that the average digital ad campaign has been completed in just under three minutes.
In addition, DMRI found that in the year following its launch, online ads were launched at a rate of 1.2 million ad clicks per minute.
For print publishers, that rate is roughly 4 million ad impressions per minute, with online ads coming in at 2.2 billion ad impressions every