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Increased competition in digital advertising doesn’t seem to be hurting Google: the company is on track to increase its market share to almost 33 percent this year, with a commanding 53% in mobile advertising. The projections were made by research company eMarketer based on an analysis of company reports, though both dollar and percentage figures are slightly down on its earlier predictions back in June … 

Across all devices, Google remains by far the No. 1 digital ad publisher in the world and will take in nearly 33% of all digital ad dollars worldwide this year, eMarketer estimates, up from 31.46% in 2012.

Facebook has made impressive gains in mobile – from just over 5 percent in 2012 to almost 16 percent this year – while none of the other players break 3 percent in either total or mobile market share.

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Via Business Insider

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