More often than not, people are paying for ads on social media because they want to connect with people.
But the network advertising industry is getting in on the act and, according to a recent report from Kantar Media/CMAG, it’s growing at an alarming rate.
The report, based on a survey of over 1,000 ad buyers, found that network advertising revenue increased by 5% in 2016, and that the average network ad was earning more than $1 billion per month.
That was up from $6.7 billion in 2015, and $2.9 billion in 2014.
It also found that the most popular network ad format, the vertical, grew from 5% to 15% of all ad revenue in the U.S. last year.
Ad networks, which operate businesses that make ads available to consumers, have historically been focused on making money by making ads visible to as many people as possible.
But with the advent of mobile and social, ad networks are seeing an influx of ad revenue as people start to use mobile devices.
This has prompted network ad buyers to start using more creative and innovative ways to make money.
For example, networks like AIG, CBS, and Comcast are using ad networks as a way to sell TV shows and other TV content that they can’t find anywhere else.
In fact, this new market has grown so large that it now accounts for more than 40% of the total TV advertising market, according for the study.
Ad network executives say that in order to keep growing, network ad spending needs to remain stable.
The network industry is currently spending about $3 billion per year on ad spending.
But as more and more people become internet savvy and more advertisers adopt digital advertising, that number will continue to grow.
The growing number of advertisers who are willing to pay for network ads has created a new market for advertisers to sell their ads to.
But there are some rules that network ad salespeople have to follow.
Advertisers have to make sure that the network ad is a “direct response” to their customer’s query.
That means the ad is tailored to the customer’s needs.
In other words, it has to be direct and specific.
But advertisers also have to use the ad as a means to reach the customer in a way that is relevant to their brand.
To make the ads work, they need to show a “unique visual element” on the network.
For instance, networks can show a video that shows a different kind of product from the same brand, or show an ad that is specifically targeted to a specific demographic.
These ads are usually displayed as a series of smaller ads that are placed in a vertical or side-by-side.
But they can also be placed on a mobile device.
In addition, ad sales managers have to be very clear with their customers about the type of network they are selling.
Network ad sales representatives have to show customers that they are buying network advertising and have to explain why the ads are appropriate for that type of audience.
And advertisers have to tell their clients that they don’t need to “opt out” of a network’s advertising programs.
When it comes to targeting, network ads have to adhere to a set of guidelines, including the following:This is the network’s way of telling customers that a specific network ad has been sent to them and that it is a direct response to their query.
In some cases, the network may include a banner in the ad that tells the customer that they will get a “clear, clear” message.
Other times, the ad will have an “opt in” box where the advertiser can turn on or off the ad.
The advertiser then has to choose a payment method to receive the ad from the network, and then the network will send the payment to the advertisers account.
This will happen either when the advertisor clicks the “opt-in” box or when the user clicks the confirmation button.
For advertisers who don’t want to deal with the hassle of signing up for a network, they can use third-party payment tools to buy ads.
But that can be a little pricey for advertisers.
For some advertisers, the cost of an ad campaign can be quite high.
The average network advertising spending of an advertiser was $13,000, according the report.
For networks with more than 500,000 subscribers, that cost was $7,500.
Ads are generally priced between $5 and $10 per impression.
But network advertising buyers have a way of pricing their ads lower.
The highest-priced ad campaign was priced at $8,000.
This cost is lower than the average advertising campaign that costs between $3,000 and $5,000 per impression, according Kantar.
When advertisers buy network ads, they typically pay a flat fee for the ads, with the network paying for the costs of advertising as well as the cost to run the ads on the advertiscers behalf.
Advertising networks have a