These companies see the huge opportunity that Google has tapped into, or created and they want a piece of it.
This is like the first ads on radio or television many years ago. When one is successful, suddenly everyone wants a piece of it.
There is no reason this cannot be very successful. Competition in advertising will result in even better features for advertisers and customers. Whether it actually does we will have to see.
This has not been announced yet, but the Wall Street Journal has a report on this interesting story.
This is war. Number one will compete against a combined number two, three and four. This is very attractive and could be successful, but we’ll have to watch and see what happens next.
Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo and AOL are some of the largest sites that sell ads separately.
Other press releases from Jeff Kagan
- Apple iPhone Sales Weaker Than Expected | Jeff Kagan Industry Analyst - January 14th, 2013
- Will FACEBOOK Launch Phone This Week? | Jeff Kagan Industry Analyst - January 13th, 2013
- Nokia Not Out of Woods Yet | Jeff Kagan Wireless Analyst - January 10th, 2013
- Why Microsoft Windows 8 Holiday Sales Were Soft, Jeff Kagan Tech Analyst - January 5th, 2013
- Sprint Nextel Acquiring Clearwire for Wireless Data | Jeff Kagan Industry Analyst - December 17th, 2012
Contact InformationJeff Kagan
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