Online Ad Revenues On the Rise

Revenue Up For the Quarter, Down for the Year

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The Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) and PricewaterhouseCoopers released their latest Internet advertising numbers for the third quarter. According to the organizations, Internet advertising revenues reached nearly $5.5 billion for the quarter. That is an increase of 1.7% from the second quarter.

The numbers are still significantly down from the same period last year, but any increase is a good sign of things to come. There has been a 5.4% decline from last year.

"The Internet has transformed the consumer experience of media, providing marketers with unprecedented opportunities to engage with their customers," said Randall Rothenberg, President and CEO of the IAB. "The advertising sector overall has been hard hit by the economy, but digital media has been a bright spot within the larger economic downturn as it is capturing an ever-increasing piece of marketers’ advertising spend."

IAB Ad Revenue

"While all segments of the media industry have experienced declines, online advertising remains resilient and is once again showing signs of growth," said David Silverman, a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.

The information from the IAB/PWC is considered the most accurate measurement of interactive ad revenue, the IAB says, because its compiled directly from info supplied by companies selling advertising on the web. The IAB releases a full report twice a year to reflect half-year periods. It will be interesting to see how the second half of the year plays out in its entirety.

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  • http://www.zygella.com Guest

    I am looking forward to see how things develop over the next few months.

  • http://www.freewarebb.com Freeware

    Spending may be up, but a return for the publishers most certainly isn’t – my revenue has dropped dramatically over the past year and isn’t showing any signs of recovery to the point where it’s almost no longer viable to sustain my websites despite putting in massive amounts of SEO time and money. It’s a waiting game for many webmasters at the moment, let’s see who can ride the storm!

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