As Americans celebrate the holidays, their wallets are already overflowing with digital goodies.
According to data compiled by research firm IDC, the United States is spending more on digital media than any other country.
And the U.S. government’s top digital ad spenders are also spending more.
The digital economy is the fastest growing of any industry, accounting for about 11 percent of all consumer spending.
And Americans are spending a lot of money.
A 2016 study by the Center for Media and Democracy found that Americans spent $17.6 billion on digital advertising in 2016.
But the government’s largest spenders on digital ads were the big four U.K. ad agencies, according to the research firm’s data.
Digital advertising accounted for 13 percent of U. S. advertising spending in 2016, up from 8.5 percent in 2014, and the largest digital spenders were the companies who control the vast majority of digital ad space.
For example, the digital advertising arm of UBS, the largest money manager in the world, spent more than $13 billion on advertising last year.
“The digital advertising market is still very nascent,” said Dan Rechtshaid, vice president for media, strategy and digital at IDC.
“There’s still a lot that we don’t know.”
What we know about digital advertising, and how much it costs, is based on data from more than 2,300 advertising agencies around the world.
The companies that control the largest share of digital space are companies like Facebook and Google.
They control what advertisers see on their digital sites and what the ads look like.
Advertisers spend millions of dollars each year on digital content to build trust and brand awareness.
But what do they do with that money?
A study by New America, an advocacy group, found that advertising companies can spend it on ads that target their customers or their brand name or other features, like the way a user’s Facebook profile looks.
And they can also spend it for content that is relevant to their customers.
These digital tools are typically called ad formats.
In 2016, more than two-thirds of U the world’s ad revenue came from formats.
The United States, however, had the biggest share of ad revenue in 2016 with more than 70 percent of ad revenues coming from ad formats, according the data from IDC analyzed by New American.
But U. s biggest digital ad earners were digital content companies.
The U.s biggest spenders in digital advertising were Facebook and YouTube.
Facebook spent more in 2016 than any of the other U. ks ad spendrs on digital platforms.
And YouTube was second.
And in 2016 the company spent $3.7 billion on its digital advertising business.
The average American spent more on ad formats in 2016 that they did on advertising in 2013, according a 2016 study of ad spending by Pew Research Center.
That’s a $1,400 increase over the year before.
Facebook is the biggest spender on digital formats in the U to date.
Google, the biggest digital spender in the country, spent about $4 billion on ads in 2016 alone.
And Amazon spent about three times more than any digital spendr in 2016 on digital ad formats and video ads, according data from Digital Advertising Alliance.
Amazon’s ads were targeted to different audiences.
The ads were also targeted at different countries.
And advertisers didn’t always have to spend money on ads targeted to specific audiences.
In fact, many digital platforms didn’t require ads to be targeted to users based on age, race, ethnicity, gender or political affiliation.
But advertisers often did have to buy digital ad slots that didn’t include those categories.
“Advertisers are increasingly going to be looking at digital formats for their advertising, particularly with a new generation of consumers who are more politically active,” said David DeWalt, president of the Digital Advertising Bureau, a trade group.
“But it’s also very important that we look at what content is being served, and whether it’s in line with the goals that advertisers are working toward.”
Some digital platforms are making changes to how they make their ads.
Some companies are offering discounts for advertisers who sign up for digital ads.
Others are starting to offer more advertising slots for advertisers that don’t use traditional ads.
And some platforms are even offering special deals for advertisers with specific audiences or demographics.
Digital platforms like YouTube, which was recently acquired by Google, are looking to add more advertising spots that will be targeted specifically to those specific audiences, and are also making some changes to the ways that advertisers can create ads.
But many advertisers still use traditional advertising, DeWel said.
“If you’re trying to reach the target audience, traditional advertising is a dead end,” DeWl said.
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