The most popular marketing tactics for the day have become more expensive for marketers to deploy, according to a new report by research firm IBI Intelligence.
The report, titled The New Big Money: Why More Ad Campaigns Are Expensive, says that advertisers are spending $4.9 billion per day on paid-for, paid-form, paid in-form and sponsored content ads.
This is an increase of $1.5 billion from last year, when $4 billion was spent on paid ads, according the report.
The new report says that ads are now a much bigger expense than content, calling out Facebook and Twitter for making the same mistakes as traditional media companies in pushing more content and ads.
“These trends reflect an overall shift away from advertising in favor of sponsored content, paid advertising and targeted ads,” IBI writes.
Facebook and YouTube have both been criticized for charging an average of $9 per thousand impressions, while Google and Twitter charge an average $4 per thousand clicks.
Advertisers, meanwhile, are paying about $1 billion per month to promote a single ad to about 15 million people, according a 2015 study by the non-profit Public Interest Research Group.
While these numbers are impressive, they are still less than half of the amount spent by advertisers in the past year.
Ad-sponsored content has become increasingly important for advertisers to boost engagement on Facebook and Google search results, as well as for YouTube to reach new audiences.
Facebook’s revenue from ads has grown by nearly $2 billion to $6.2 billion this year, while the number of paid clicks is up by more than $2.7 billion to nearly 3.5 million.
Meanwhile, YouTube’s revenue has grown from $6 billion to about $18 billion, while ad clicks have grown by about $3.6 billion.
In the future, the number and size of ads will be even more important.
Facebook plans to increase the number to 3.8 billion by 2020, and Google plans to reach 3 billion by 2025, according IBI.
Ad tech companies have already started to get into the game.
Snapchat recently started offering paid advertising, and is working on making it a reality for Instagram.
“Advertisers are spending more on paid content and are spending less on paid advertising,” says IBI VP of research and consulting Chris Gaffney.
“The trend is towards more targeted and more in-depth advertising campaigns that can target the right audience.
We think this trend will continue.”
The report also says that Google has “increased the size of its ad spending to reach about 25 percent of the global advertising market, which is a new high for Google.”
The company is also making more aggressive moves to reach a wider audience, with the company offering “ad-free” advertising for $1 per month on mobile, as a way to attract people to its own sites.
This may not sound like much, but Facebook says that ad-free ads are helping to reach 10 million people per day.
That’s nearly 40 percent of Facebook’s user base, and it is expected to reach 60 million users by 2021.
Google has also been trying to make its ads more relevant and more useful, as it is using algorithms to decide which ads to show.
Google will also start rolling out “advertising and advertising technology” for ads in the next few months.
In other words, the search giant is going to be using technology that will help it target ads based on your preferences.
Facebook is also experimenting with paid ad formats, and the company is working with several ad tech companies to build its own ad technology.
IBI has also called out Amazon for its “poor” use of ad tech.
The firm says that Amazon has been using ad tech for some time, and that Amazon’s ad tech isn’t “proven enough” to make it a better option for advertisers.
Amazon is spending more than two billion dollars on advertising, while YouTube is spending just over $1 million per day, according TOI.
Google’s ads are also more expensive than those of its competitors, with ad tech spending about $7.5 for every $1 spent by Facebook.
In fact, YouTube has spent more than twice as much on advertising in the year since the study was published.