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IAB: Internet Advertising Reached $26 Billion In 2010, Display Grew Twice As Fast As Search

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The Internet Advertising Bureau released its numbers for 2010. Last year, online advertising in the U.S. grew 15 percent to $26 billion. Search still made up 46 percent of that total, followed by display ads at 38 percent.

But display advertising grew twice as fast as search (24 percent growth versus 12 percent). Search advertising in the U.S. totalled $12 billion, with display closing the gap at $9.9 billion.

Video advertising (which is counted as part of display) now makes up 5 percent of the total. It jumped 40 percent to $1.4 billion.

Here is the breakdown below

Full Year
2009
Full Year
2010
Revenue (Ad Formats)
Search 47%
(10,698)
46%
(12,004)
Classifieds and Directories 10%
(2,254)
10%
(2,597)
Lead Generation 6% (1,451) 5% (1,339)
E-mail 1% (292) 1% (195)
Display-related
Digital Video Commercials 4% (1,017) 5% (1,420)
Ad banners / display ads 22%
(5,061)
24%
(6,230)
Sponsorships 2% (383) 3% (718)
Rich media 7% (1,505) 6% (1,538)
Total display-related 35%
(7,965)
38%
(9,906)
Total (22,661) (26,041)

Source: IAB: Internet Advertising Reached $26 Billion In 2010, Display Grew Twice As Fast As Search

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