Google Is In Danger Of Letting Facebook Steal The Mobile Ad Market (GOOG, FB) – Silicon Alley

Google is in danger of losing mobile advertising to Facebook, reports Amir Efrati at The Information. Google still does more than twice as much revenue as Facebook on mobile advertising overall, thanks to search. But when it comes to graphical and video ads on mobile devices, their positions are reversed: Facebook does three times as much revenue as Google there.  Worse, Google's share of these kinds of ads is falling. Google's biggest problem is its inability to track ads across devices, meaning it has a harder time proving that a sale is made after a user sees one of its mobile ads. Facebook's ad platform is more integrated. The company is able to tell if someone sees an app on Facebook's mobile ad and then buys that product on their laptop.  It uses cookies — identifiers that match a user's web browser to their smartphone — to collect data on users. Google collects cookies too, but it doesn't share them across its ad products...

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