UK online adspend grew 38% during 2007

Apr 7, 2008 | Uncategorized

Online adspend in the UK grew 38% last year to reach £2.813bn – an annual increase of £797m. The figures, from the latest PricewaterhouseCoopers/IAB study, saw online spend break £750m in a single quarter. Search advertising grew £345m to reach £1.6bn (57.6% of the total), display advertising rose 31% to 592m, while classified advertising was […]

Online adspend in the UK grew 38% last year to reach £2.813bn – an annual increase of £797m. The figures, from the latest PricewaterhouseCoopers/IAB study, saw online spend break £750m in a single quarter. Search advertising grew £345m to reach £1.6bn (57.6% of the total), display advertising rose 31% to 592m, while classified advertising was up 54% reaching £585.3m. The study confirms the UK’s position as the largest online advertising market in Europe with over 15% of all British advertising now online.
IAB UK: http://www.iabuk.net, 07/04/2008
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