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(InfoGraphic) Facebook vs Google Ads.

WordStream has released an interesting InfoGraphic that shows how Facebook’s advertising services compared up to Googles enormous Display Network. If you didn’t know, the Display Network for Google is a Goliath and has properties like YouTube, Gmail, Bogger and of course Google itself. Is it possible that Facebook which is much smaller in perspective, doesn’t have mobile advertising or any sort of actual statistics to back it up, compete with Facebook? What is the impact?

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Pace Lattin is one of the top experts in interactive advertising, affiliate marketing. Pace Lattin is known for his dedication to ethics in marketing, and focus on compliance and fraud in the industry, and has written numerous articles for publications from MediaPost, ClickZ, ADOTAS and his own blogs.

5 comments

  1. I dont think Facebook can defeat the BIG G…. Google has some Biggest Warriors like Youtube, Blogspot,etc..

    SO, Its hard to defeat the giant!

  2. Hi Pace,

    The Online advertising industry is improving each day and now it’s mature to take over any other advertising industry specially with the growth of social media websites and the time spent on them. It’s interesting to see the amount of money Google ads generate through their partner including bloggers like us, it’s always exciting to think of the amount of money bloggers could make only displaying ads on their blogs.

  3. I think the google network is still able to reach more targeted, qualified leads at this time. Maybe one day FB will grow in this arena. But the ability to target specifics is still uniquely googles

  4. Yes, agree with you David about the Google’s huge work, but FB is very near to cross the traffic from google. Anyways, thanks for this post !

  5. Hi Pace,
    I have used both Google AdWords and Facebook ads but AdWords is much more effective in bringing leads than any other PPC providers.

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