Can Amazon Chip Away at Google and Facebook’s Digital Ad Dominance?

eMarketer report highlights threats to the duopoly

Amazon will take in $2.89 billion in ad revenue in the U.S. this year, according to eMarketer. Getty Images

Data aggregator eMarketer today released a report indicating Google and Facebook’s (aka ‘the duopoly’) dominance of the digital ad market is about to be less dominant, as “smaller players” like Amazon and Snapchat are on the rise.

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@joshsternberg Josh Sternberg is the former media and tech editor at Adweek.
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