Google has made a lot of money in the last few years, and its digital marketing budget is now a big part of that.
Its budget has more than doubled in the past year.
And it’s been increasing the amount of money it spends on ads on the web and mobile.
This has created a huge demand for ad-based content and ads on mobile, especially when you factor in Google’s massive advertising inventory on its mobile devices.
In other words, Google is increasingly turning to ad-supported content and mobile ad placement to fill its digital ad inventory.
In fact, Google’s ad revenue has grown nearly 20% year-over-year in the fourth quarter of 2016, according to Google’s quarterly report.
Google is also spending big on mobile ads.
Google’s mobile ads have accounted for nearly 40% of its advertising revenue in the United States in the first quarter of 2017, according a report from digital agency Gartner.
That’s a huge jump from the 25% it had accounted for in the third quarter of 2018, when it had about 12% of the market.
Google also spent a lot more on mobile in the second quarter of 2020.
Its ad revenue grew more than 30% from the second-quarter of 2020 to the third-quarter, the report showed.
Ad revenue from the United Kingdom, Germany and France, on the other hand, fell in the same period, though those markets still saw significant growth in ad revenues, according the report.
The ad industry is also starting to see the big rewards Google is bringing to the table.
Google, for example, is spending a lot on ad-powered video content.
In the third quarters of 2020, Google spent $5.8 billion on ads for video and $3.5 billion on videos and videos and more.
That was up more than 75% from $2.6 billion the same time last year, according Gartners.
Advertisers have also started to embrace ad-led content, which means Google is getting more eyeballs to its search results.
Ad-led video, for instance, accounted for about 16% of Google’s video advertising revenue for the first half of 2018.
The number of ad-driven video ad impressions grew from 1.3 million in the prior quarter to 4.4 million in Q4 2018, according AdvertiserMetrics, which tracks video ad spending.
The company also began using ad-backed video on mobile devices in the summer of 2019, according TechCrunch.
That will give it an edge over rivals such as Facebook, which is now trying to figure out how to monetize its video advertising with video ads on its social network.
The rise of ad platforms in the digital ad industry has also spurred Google to add ad-friendly ads to its mobile and desktop operating systems.
Google has been experimenting with the use of ads on Android devices since 2017, and the company is currently testing a few ad-blocking tools for mobile browsers.
And Google’s push into ad-centric content and ad-free mobile browsing has also led to more ads appearing on its sites, and more mobile ads appearing there, too.
Google AdSense, Google AdMob and other ad-enabled ad products have also been a big draw for Google on the mobile web.
Google Now, Google News, Google Play Music, YouTube, YouTube Red and Google Play Games all use ad-focused content and are now integrated with other digital platforms like Google Play.