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Which companies are spending the most on social media advertising?

I know what you’re thinking, “If you can’t afford to spend that kind of money, what could you possibly spend on?”

Well, the answer is, the most expensive ad spenders out there are the social media companies.

So what exactly are these companies spending on?

And how much does each of them have in their pocket?

According to data from Advertising Age, Facebook and Google spend over $500 million and $450 million respectively on social ad spend.

That’s more than the combined spend by all of the top five social media advertisers.

Twitter, which is owned by Facebook, spent $200 million on advertising last year.

The other three top social media ad spendrs — Facebook, Twitter, and Amazon — spent just over $100 million on social advertising last month.

This means that these companies are paying out a combined total of over $1 billion in social advertising, or $4.6 billion per year.

That’s a huge sum of money for these companies to spend, especially considering that most of their ad budgets are going toward paying off their own advertising contracts.

But, if you’re looking for the most affordable way to spend these kinds of dollars, it’s probably not going to be an option for these three companies.

Advertising Age’s data comes from a search for the terms “top social media spenders” on a Google search engine.

This lets you see how much of the overall social media spending of the companies is actually coming from advertising budgets.

And you can get a sense of how much each company is spending on each of these terms.

According to the top social-media spenders list, Twitter is spending the second-most money on social ads in the US with $1.2 billion, followed by Facebook with $854 million and Amazon with $721 million.

And that’s a total of $7.8 billion spent on social.

But this isn’t even including the company’s other social-advertising dollars, which are not disclosed on their Google search results.

So where does all of this money come from?

Well, according to the data, these top social advertising spenders aren’t necessarily spending all of their money on their ads.

In fact, the data shows that Twitter is paying out only 25 percent of its ad spend on the platform, which puts it behind only Facebook.

Twitter’s advertising budget is typically spread out across a variety of ads, including social and native ads, and other types of ads.

Amazon has a much lower ad budget, at $350 million.

It has only two types of advertising on its platform — ads that are sponsored by its own businesses, like the Kindle ads, as well as advertising from brands like Starbucks, PepsiCo, and Nike.

Amazon’s total ad spending is much smaller than that of its competitors, which include Facebook, Google, and Twitter.

And while these companies aren’t spending their ad dollars directly, their companies are also paying them for their services.

For example, Amazon pays Google $1,000 per month to use its ads.

Amazon is also paying Google a commission for every purchase.

For the most part, Amazon’s ads are free to view.

And since Amazon has been known to give away free games, the company has been a major source of revenue for the platform.

For instance, the Amazon Kindle app has received more than $2.4 billion in free app downloads in the past year.

And Amazon’s Prime membership service has more than 7 million members.

But for all of Amazon’s advertising dollars, they’re not getting the full picture.

Google has an even bigger slice of the pie.

Google’s total advertising spend is nearly $6.7 billion, which includes the cost of its own ads, paid by advertisers like Google, Amazon, and Apple.

And these ads aren’t just being used to promote the Google services — they’re also being used for a variety to show users how to make their own ads.

For Google, these are the same ads that were being used on Facebook and Twitter to show how to create a great ad.

So the biggest question with these ads is how much they are actually costing the companies.

According to Advertising Age’s top social ad spending data, the average social ad costs $12.25.

This is roughly half the amount spent by Facebook and nearly half of what Amazon charges for ads on its own platform.

So it seems that Facebook and Amazon have more to gain from advertising on their platforms than Google.

But the other big difference between Facebook and other companies is that Facebook is charging a flat fee for all social ads on the platforms.

Google, on the other hand, charges a flat rate for all ads on their platform.

This, combined with Google’s much lower advertising budgets, means that companies like Facebook are paying the lion’s share of their advertising budgets to their own ad partners.

So what are the companies paying the most for their social ad dollars?

In a word, it varies from company to company.

For Facebook, this means that the company is