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Chart of the week: Google is top dog in digital advertising

The digital advertising world is still dominated by American online firms, with Google being the top dog by far and Facebook performing very well too.

China is making its mark on the top 10 too, with Alibaba, Baidu and Tencent raking in their fair share.

According to eMarketer, all players are set to up their revenue considerably. Most potential for growth is thought to rest with Chinese digital media giant Tencent, whose revenue could see an increase from $5.53 billion to $7.47 billion, a rise of almost 65 per cent.

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Source: Statista

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