Often times we need to see things in picture form and this comes to us by way of the SAI Chart of the Day and Darren Herman. A picture does say a thousand words and 46 % of online ad spend going to Google paints quite a picture, doesn’t it?
So what’s the price of being this big? A lot of scrutiny and scorn. Government concerns. Sounds like a real good time. Do you see anyone, like everyone’s “Most Likely to Succeed in Denting Google” winner Facebook, approaching this kind of market share? 46% is a huge chunk of change.
But let’s be real here. A $23B pot left to divvy up amongst “the rest” is still nothing to sneeze at, correct? Agree or disagree?