Source: eMarketer, July 2022
Note: includes advertising that appears on desktop and laptop computers as well as mobile phones, tablets, and other internet-connected devices; includes banners, rich media, sponsorships, video and ads such as Facebook's News Feed Ads and Twitter's Promoted Tweets
Additional Note: Digital ad spending historical data up to 2015 is derived from Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB)/PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) data. Automotive includes all automotive-related categories including sale/purchase of vehicles and parts and maintenance including but not limited to the following categories and segments: new car, used car, service, parts, OEMs, dealer associations, franchise dealers, co-op, independent dealers, aftermarket service, aftermarket parts, auto finance (depending on the source of the ad spending) wholesale/auction and private party sales.
Methodology: Estimates are based on the analysis of various elements related to the ad spending market, including macro-level economic conditions; historical trends of the advertising market; historical trends of each medium in relation to other media; reported revenues from major ad publishers; estimates from other research firms; data from benchmark sources; consumer media consumption trends; consumer device usage trends; and eMarketer interviews with executives at ad agencies, brands, media publishers and other industry leaders.