Facebook might have pulled ahead of Google in online display ad sales, but the search engine is still a much bigger company.
That’s the gist of the visual comparison of the two companies put together by MBA Program Info. Some of the data could use updating — for instance, Facebook’s membership is approaching the 700 million mark — but the overall theme of the graphic is correct.
For instance, the infographic says the social network has a higher average cost per click, 55 cents, compared to 54 cents for Google — it’s possible these numbers have gone up but the point is, Facebook is still ahead on that score.
Readers, feel free to point out any other data discrepancies in the comments section beneath this post.