ROI Rankings: Facebook Deemed More Important Than Twitter and LinkedIn, Less Than Google
September 16, 2013 by MarketingCharts staff
AdAgeRBC-Online-Ad-Platforms-Ranked-by-ROI-Importance-Sept2013 Asked to rank 5 key online advertising platforms by importance in terms of ROI, respondents to a survey conducted by Ad Age and RBC Capital Markets put Google on top, giving it an average rating of 2.1 on a 6-point scale of importance, where 1 is the most important. Google edged out Facebook (average rating of 2.22), from which 9 in 10 respondents are seeing either improved (42.7%) or steady (48.3%) ROI over the past 6 months.
After Facebook, Twitter (average rating of 3.04) was deemed the next-most important for ROI, followed by LinkedIn (3.38), Yahoo (4.23), and AOL (5.6).
Respondents – a mix of marketers of clients (26%), ad agency employees (30%), and media company employees and consultants (44%) – appear to be satisfied with the support provided by…
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