Would you like to know the top 10 industries that spent the most money on Google advertising in 2011?
Top 10 industries that spent the most on Google ads in 2011 (analyzed by
1. Finance & Insurance – $4.0 Billion
2. Retailers & General Merchandise – $2.8 Billion
3. Travel & Tourism – $2.4 Billion
4. Jobs & Education – $2.2 Billion
5. Home & Garden— $2.1 Billion
6. Computer & Consumer Electronics – $2.0 Billion
7. Vehicles – $2.0 Billion
8. Internet & Telecommunications – $1.7 Billion
9. Business & Industrial – $1.6 Billion
10. Occasions & Gifts – $1.2 Billion
Advertising revenues from these 10 industries accounted for 60% of Google’s 2011 revenues!
WordStream, analyzed and summarized data into wonderful Google revenue infographic:
Kantar Media, an unit of WPP, estimated Google search spending in the US based on keyword clicks, pricing and impression data. The screenshot below contains the first nine months of data from January to September 2011:
When Larry Page and Sergey Brin built a search engine named BackRub at Stanford in 1996, no one could have guessed just how successful their project was about to become.
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Google catalog app aggregates the worlds leading brands and retailers such Neiman Marcus, Williams-Sonoma, Sephora, Urban Outfitters, Macys under one tablet screen.
Provides an interactive shopping experience that could deliver Google a whole new revenue stream.
See for your self:
Can you guess who is the real Google guru? In the year 2000, Google Co-Founder appeared on TV Game Show: “To Tell The Truth”.
Four judges were deceived and selected fake Google guru to be Co-Founder of Google. Definitely worth seeing 🙂
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