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

Top 50 Advertisers by Media Value in September, 2005

Top 50 Advertisers by Media Value in September, 2005

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

Top 50 Internet Advertisers by Media Value,
September 2005
Position Advertiser Media Value ($ 000) Sector
1 Vonage 20,632 Tech
2 Classmates.com 15,510 Misc
3 Ameritrade Brokerage 8,355 Fin
4 Superpages.com 6,761 Misc
5 Netflix.com 6,413 Ent
6 Overstock.com 6,369 Ret
7 Amazon.com 5,462 H/F
8 Monster.com 5,420 Class
9 LowerMyBills.com 5,251 Fin
10 RealArcade Games 4,698 M/E
11 Scottrade Stock Brokerage 4,644 Fin
12 Love@AOL 4,560 Date
13 Dell VAR Computers Products Direct 4,347 Tech
14 Circuit City 4,145 Ret
15 Capital One 4,043 Fin
16 University of Phoenix Online 4,000 Edu
17 Harrisdirect.com 3,770 Fin
18 Earthlink 3,734 Tech
19 CareerBuilder 3,715 Class
20 Freecreditreport.com 3,704 Fin
21 eBay.com 3,618 Ret
22 Nextag Services 3,455 Misc
23 Viagra RX 3,189 H/F
24 Devry University 3,189 Edu
25 Dell Inspiron Computers Direct 3,167 Tech
26 E*Trade Financial 3,143 Fin
27 SBC Dish Network 2,997 Tech
28 Verified by Visa 2,924 Fin
29 General Motors Var Auto & Truck 2,882 Auto
30 ShareBuilder.com 2,799 Fin
31 Orbitz.com 2,731 T/H
32 Intelius Online 2,716 Misc
33 Sheraton Hotels 2,633 T/H
34 eDiets.com 2,632 H/F
35 American Intercontinential University (AIU) 2,533 Edu
36 Verizon ISP 2,498 Tech
37 PlanetOut.com 2,488 M/H
38 Wal-Mart 2,464 Ret
39 Comstock 2,422 Misc
40 Scottrade Online 2,405 Fin
41 Privacy Matters Services 2,396 Misc
42 Lamisil RX 2,293 H/F
43 Fox TV Network 2,212 M/E
44 Candlewood Suites Hotels 2,174 T/H
45 Target.com 2,162 Ret
46 Red Lobster 2,135 T/H
47 Lendingtree.com 2,106 Fin
48 Forex Capital Management 2,086 Fin
49 Associated Press 2,058 M/E
50 Allstate Auto Insurance 1,951 Auto
GRAND TOTAL 203,988
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 August, 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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