StatsAd Industry MetricsTop 50 Advertisers by Media Value in June, 2005

Top 50 Advertisers by Media Value in June, 2005

Top 50 Advertisers by Media Value in June, 2005.

The top Internet advertisers by media value. The data are provided by TNS Media Intelligence.

Top 50 Internet Advertisers by Media Value,
June 2005
Position Advertiser Media Value ($ 000) Sector
1 Vonage 22,681 Tech
2 Verizon ISP 21,051 Tech
3 Classmates.com 18,253 Misc
4 eBay.com 12,190 Ret
5 Netflix.com 9,506 Ent
6 LowerMyBills.com 9,375 Fin
19 University of Phoenix 6,611 Edu
8 Ameritrade Brokerage 5,598 Fin
9 SBC Yahoo DSL 4,697 Tech
10 Scottrade Stock Brokerage 4,611 Fin
11 South Beach Diet 4,392 H/F
12 Circuit City 4,325 Ret
13 Monster.com 4,272 Class
14 Seneca Hotel 4,162 T/H
15 E*Trade Financial 4,029 Fin
16 Dell Plasma TV Electronics Products Direct 3,987 Tech
17 Lavalife.com 3,961 Date
18 MSN 3,748 Tech
19 Dell VAR Computers Products Direct 3,675 Tech
20 Victorias Secret 3,343 Ret
21 Amazon.com 3,265 Ret
22 Coolsavings.com 3,219 Misc
23 Rail Europe Eurailpass 3,204 T/H
24 Devry University 3,194 Edu
23 Webshots Photography 3,067 Misc
26 Cingular Wireless 2,920 Tech
27 University of Phoenix Online 2,882 Edu
28 Microsoft Windows XP 2,872 Tech
29 LendingTree.com 2,844 Fin
30 eDiets.com 2,834 H/F
31 Hampton Inn Hotels 2,802 T/H
32 Charles Schwab Consumer Services 2,771 Fin
33 Continental Airlines 2,736 T/H
34 ShareBuilder.com 2,716 Fin
35 E*Trade Financial 2,675 Fin
36 Dell Dimension Computer Products Direct 2,454 Tech
37 Expedia.com 2,418 T/H
38 Andale ISP 2,418 Tech
39 Travelzoo 2,376 T/H
40 Harrisdirect.com 2,373 Fin
41 LoanWeb 2,311 Fin
42 Find The Right School.com 2,309 Edu
43 Schwab.com 2,202 Fin
44 Pontiac Auto 2,201 Auto
45 Wall Street Journal 2,164 M/E
46 CareerBuilder 2,095 Class
47 America Online 2,034 M/E
48 Earthlink 1,945 Tech
49 Hydroderm Skin Care 1,940 H/F
50 Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 1,919 Tech
GRAND TOTAL 231,649
Sectors: Auto – Automotive; Class – Classifieds; CPG – Consumer Package Goods; Date – Online Dating; Edu – Education; Fin – Financial Services; H/F – Health & Fitness; M/E – Media & Entertainment; Misc – Miscellaneous; Ret – Retail; Tech – Technology; T/H – Travel/Hospitality
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Top 50 Internet Advertisers In May, 2005

Methodology: Chart represents the value of display advertising in both standard and non-standard ad formats. Media expenditure estimates do not always take into account special considerations including publisher discounts, barter agreements, co-sponsorship, affiliate relationships, etc.

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