Twitch, an online video platform owned by Tencent, has made a major push into the video ad market this year, spending more than $7 million on more than 100 ads this year.
But there are some companies who have been particularly aggressive in their push.
They’ve spent more than twice as much on video ads this cycle than any other company, according to the Advertising Standards Authority.
The most prominent of these companies is Twitter, which spent $1.2 million on advertisements in the U.S. and Canada in the first half of 2018.
The company is also one of the largest advertisers in the space, spending $1 billion last year.
The big players are YouTube, Facebook and Google.
YouTube has spent $11.7 million in the past year, and it is the largest spender by a company in the advertising space.
The advertising giant is also a major advertiser on social media, as well as in traditional media.
Google is the second-largest spender on video advertising, followed by Facebook.
As for the other major players, they’re not spending much.
Amazon is spending $2.2 billion in the ads market, according to Ad Age, with more than 70% of its ad buys coming from its Prime Instant Video service.
Facebook, however, is spending only $1 million in advertising on YouTube.
And as we mentioned earlier, Netflix spent $2 million in ads in the second half of the year, according the advertisers in a letter published by TechCrunch.
This year, Facebook has also been investing heavily in video ads, spending on ads in video on average more than 30% more than in 2018.
That is in line with the company’s strategy of making video ads more appealing to advertisers.
Netflix is also the third largest video advertiser in the ad space, followed closely by Google.
But this year Netflix has also spent significantly more than any of the other top spenders in the video space, with nearly $14.5 million.
That makes Netflix the second most prominent player in the industry.
And while its investments are not as huge as the $16.2-billion spent by Facebook, Netflix is also spending more in the market than most other major ad providers.
But how does this compare to other platforms?
It’s not as easy as it seems.
There are more than 140 platforms that have been listed as “non-targeted,” meaning they are not listed on any of these platforms’ websites.
For example, Snapchat has been labeled a “non targeted platform,” meaning it is not listed as a non-targeting platform on any platform’s website.
Twitter is also listed as being a non targeted platform, but it is listed on a platform that has also invested in ads.
And for Facebook, the platform with the most targeted ads, there are fewer than six platforms.
But those six platforms are also spending significantly more in ads on Facebook than the majority of platforms.
How much do you spend on advertising on these platforms?
The number of ads a company is spending on these channels varies.
In 2018, Twitter spent nearly $6 million on ad space on its YouTube channel, and $5.7 billion on ad time on its social media platforms, according Ad Age.
But Facebook and Netflix are spending nearly twice as many ads on their platforms as other big players.
YouTube and Twitter also spent more money on video ad spending than any competitor in the last 12 months, but they spent far less on ad spend on Facebook and Instagram.
Facebook spent $12.3 million on video and ad spending in the United States and Canada last year, but Instagram spent $5 billion.
Amazon is spending nearly $9.3 billion in ads over the last year on platforms that aren’t “non targeted,” but the company is not the largest player in this space.
But it is spending more on ad spending on platforms like YouTube, and more than all the other big spenders combined.
What are the other advantages of being a platform?
For a platform to be a “targeted” one, it must be “consistent” and have a “good track record,” according to Ad Age’s letter.
That means it must also be “highly targeted,” meaning the ads it spends on are aimed at the targeted audience.
When it comes to ad spending, Facebook is spending much more than the average of the major ad platforms.
Twitter spent more on advertising in the 2018 year than Facebook did in the previous year, as measured by Ad Age data.
Facebook is also among the most prominent ad providers on Facebook.
Facebook has spent more in advertising than any major platform in the history of the platform.
Google has spent the most money on advertising, with $10.4 billion spent on ads during the 2018 fiscal year, up from $6.8 billion in 2018 and $7.4 million in 2017.
But Google’s spending