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YouTube’s ad revenue is set to hit $5.6 billion this year, according to an eMarketer report relayed by the Financial Times. The same report estimates that the service’s net revenue after paying its partners is close to $2 billion, which would be significantly more than the $1.65 billion that Google paid for YouTube in 2006. YouTube now gets about 20 percent of all U.S. online video ad money.

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  1. I’m curious, how does that compare to a TV (or cable) networks ad revenue?

  2. Please stop doing this like comparing revenue ($2 billion) to purchase price ($1.65 billion). It’s like comparing tacos to pecan pie. Both are numbers. Both may be big and tasty. But they just don’t have any business being in the same sentence.

  3. Please stop doing things like comparing revenue ($2 billion) to purchase price ($1.65 billion). It’s like comparing tacos to pecan pie. Both are numbers. Both may be big and tasty. But they just don’t have any business being in the same sentence.

  4. edmundsingleton Saturday, December 14, 2013

    Most young people don’t care anything about ‘product association’ its and old world thing…

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