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(Infographic) Top Google Ad Buyers

(Infographic) Top Google Ad Buyers

You think you can compete on Google? Perhaps there are ways without having to game the system, generate leads, but unfortunately many brands are topping Google advertising buys with dominating entire sectors. If you’d like to try Insurance, Education, Travel, Computers or Cars you are going against guys who are spending money even at a loss sometimes. Here’s a great graphic that shows who is buying the most ads on Google, thanks for the fine folks at Wordstream.

 

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9 comments

  1. Good job with perform insider Pace. Keep up the good work!

    Alan

  2. Great Job for whoever put that InfoGraphic together… well done…

    Hugh

  3. Nice infograph! I will be sure to pin it as well :) This is why the small businesses are so grateful for social media. As a marketer for local businesses the proof is in the graph that it takes money to stand out in a competitive market. Thanks to social media we can at least have a venue to reach targeted audiences. Thanks for the great graph.

  4. This infographic is really cool, keep it up…

  5. Just Pinned it! Great information. A lot of these guys are my clients :-)

  6. How on earth can florists possibly have £100,000,000 to invest in online marketing? I know the industry is profitable; but I’d have never ranked it up there with cars and computers when it comes to disposable yield.

  7. flowers busines is VERY profitable

  8. Whoa! I still couldn’t imagine how florists came up with that big profit, and spend a lot on internet marketing. Seems like a very profitable business…

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