Capital markets stocks, which have been the main drivers of the U: stock market,have been the big winners in the past few years.
But as Facebook enters the world of advertising, they’re going to have to be on their best behavior to maintain that advantage.
That’s the takeaway from a new study by research firm CB Insights.
Facebook has already emerged as a massive platform for advertising in a world where digital advertising is so dominant.
Facebook is now able to reach a much larger audience than any other company, with nearly 100 million active users.
That includes advertisers, content owners and publishers.
And with ads becoming so important to the success of the social network, that means more engagement from people who may not have used Facebook before.
“The fact that Facebook is an advertising platform, that is going to be the biggest growth area for Facebook in the next 10 to 15 years, is going in a positive direction,” said Brian Riedel, chief digital officer at CB Insides.
That said, Facebook’s reach is limited.
Facebook currently has more than 25 million active monthly users, according to data from Kantar Media/CMAG.
Facebook also has more users in the U., with about 18 million.
Facebook ads now account for about one-fifth of total ad spending on the platform, according an analysis from Riedels research firm.
Facebook recently announced it would open up more ads in its U.K. news and news and entertainment section, including video ads.
“Facebook is really starting to see its growth going into the U.,” said Riedes.
But Facebook still has a long way to go before it can compete with Amazon and Google in terms of advertising revenue.
Facebook and Google have huge market share, but those companies have more money than Facebook to spend.
That means Facebook is still a relatively new player in the ad market.
“It’s going to take a while to really see where Facebook’s head is,” Riedell said.
But it is starting to look like Facebook is on the right track.
“I think that Facebook’s going up a notch,” said Riesel.
That could mean more growth opportunities for the social networking giant as it pushes into new markets, including China.
Facebook already has huge reach in China, with a large user base and a large market share.
Riedelaises research also suggests that Facebook could see more advertising revenue from China as it expands into the country.
Facebook’s U.B.C. office opened up offices in China in January, and Riedeliises research shows that the company is now spending about $4 billion per year on advertising in China.
That works out to about $3 per Facebook user.
“We are definitely seeing a bit of a pivot to China in the coming years,” said Andrew Fink, a media analyst at CBInsights.
The U.A.E. is already the world’s largest market for Facebook, according, with an estimated 2 billion monthly active users in China alone.
Riesels research also indicates that China is a growing market for ad revenue, with China now accounting for almost 70 percent of total U.N. advertising revenue in 2018.
Facebook, meanwhile, is currently spending more on U.U. than any of the other companies in the world.
That trend will continue, said Rieels.
The Facebook-owned company is spending roughly $3 billion on advertising, or more than three times the amount of money it spent on advertising revenue last year.
Facebook spent nearly $4.7 billion on marketing in 2017, and about $1.9 billion this year.
Thats a huge gap in revenue, especially for a social network that hasn’t yet figured out how to monetize its growing ad audience.
Facebook will need to be more aggressive in reaching U.
Asian users to take full advantage of China’s massive user base, Rieses research suggests.
The social network is trying to use its massive reach to reach those audiences, but is having difficulty.
Facebook launched a Chinese-language version of its app earlier this year and Riesees research shows the company will need more than 20 million Chinese users before it will be able to continue to grow its ad business.
Facebook did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Facebook still faces challenges in its global advertising business.
“That’s where we’re going in terms to China,” said Fink.
“You can’t really count on Facebook to have success in China because they’re not going to invest in that market.”
And the U.-China free trade agreement could hurt Facebook in that country, said Finkle.
Facebook faces a tough road ahead in China as the country looks to continue its economic growth and boost its social media presence.
The country is the fastest-growing economy in the Asia Pacific region, and it has already overtaken the U in terms in terms the number of active users, as well as in terms revenue generated from the Chinese market