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Social networks will draw a fifth less money than expected from UK advertising in 2009, a new eMarketer forecast says. The research aggregat…

Social networks will draw a fifth less money than expected from UK advertising in 2009, a new eMarketer forecast says. The research aggregator has lopped 20 percent of its earlier estimate that advertisers would spend £175 million on the sites. Still, that’s up on the £115 million it reckoned advertisers would spend there in 2008.

Why the revision? Obviously, the economy is a factor, but eMarketer said “it also reflects the fact that MySpace, the world

  1. The slash of social network ad is just a short term problem related to the global melt down, long term trend will boost the spending on ad back again

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