The US is home to some of the world’s most lucrative online ad markets, but that doesn’t mean they’re all equal.
As this infographic explains, the different types of online advertising that exist are not as well understood as they once were.
The infographic shows which countries are most likely to see big rises in the price of a single ad, and which have the lowest prices.
And while the US is the most popular market for online ad sales in the world, it’s not the only one, as other nations are seeing price rises.
“The US is a big player in the advertising market, and so is Japan,” said James B. Hartzog, managing director of the advertising consulting firm Advertising Intelligence.
“But the US still dominates in terms of the price that advertisers can charge.
The infographic is an analysis of the online advertising market as of May 2017. “
I think the real world is very different, because if you look at the data, it just doesn’t make sense.”
The infographic is an analysis of the online advertising market as of May 2017.
While it shows that the US has a big lead over Japan, the chart also shows that Australia, the UK and Canada have much lower average prices, while China has the lowest.
“If you compare the cost of advertising in different markets, it tends to be higher in the US,” said Hartzogle.
But even with the US in the top spot for online advertising spending, there are other markets where it’s cheaper than in the United States. “
So in the end, it comes down to how much people pay for ads and the way that they can get those ads delivered.”
But even with the US in the top spot for online advertising spending, there are other markets where it’s cheaper than in the United States.
According to Advertising Intelligence, prices in the UK are more than double that of the US.
And the UK’s average price is lower than the US average, at just $4.39, compared to $17.29 in the U.S. “In the UK, the best online ad pricing is around $8 to $10 a click, but we see some lower end prices in places like Australia, Japan, Canada and Russia,” said Thomas J. Sargent, managing partner at Advertising Intelligence and co-author of the infographic.
“It doesn’t take into account the cost for the company to produce the ad, which is often much higher in some markets.”
The US has also seen a big drop in the number of ad agencies, which has led to higher costs.
In May 2017, the number a company employed for a one-week period increased by just 3.4%, according to the latest available data from Ad Age.
But as the infographic notes, “in the past few years, a number of agencies have folded and many are no longer producing ads.”
In addition, a lack of data on the type of ads and content consumers want can also contribute to higher prices.
“When a consumer has limited information about their ad or content, the prices are higher,” said Sargant.
“Some consumers will see their ad for the first time and think it’s great, and then they’ll decide they don’t want to watch it.
And it’s very difficult for the agency to make a good profit on that ad.”
The top three countries with the highest average prices in terms ad spend per user (in dollars) are: UK $2,076 Germany $2.99 US $5,527 France $2 A list of the 10 countries with highest average ad prices in dollars (in USD) shows Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and Japan.
The UK and Japan are both among the top three most expensive countries in terms spend per ad, with prices topping $3,000 per ad.
The United States, however, has the highest median cost of an ad in terms the average dollar spend per consumer in the country, at $3.00 per ad and $2 per user.
And that number is only slightly lower than Japan, where it is $2 and $3 per ad respectively.
The US ad market is also very competitive in terms cost of production, which according to Advertising Analytics is around 5% of the total advertising market.
But, because of the number that companies produce and how quickly they can produce an ad, there is a huge variation in the prices that consumers pay for those ads.
And in some cases, it may even be more expensive than in other countries.
“You’re going to see different kinds of pricing for different types and sizes of ads, and the price will vary from one market to another,” said Paul S. O’Neill, chief economist at Advertising Analytics.
“And if you’re going through a recession, that will likely affect prices more than other markets.”
In the US, the most expensive ads are seen on TV, while in Japan they are seen in print ads, which also tend to be much more expensive.