StatsAd Industry MetricsTop 50 Internet Advertisers by Media Value, October 2009

Top 50 Internet Advertisers by Media Value, October 2009

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

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

Top 50 Internet Advertisers by Media Value,
October 2009
Position Advertiser Media Value
($000)
1 Scottrade: online 33,351.3
2 TD Ameritrade Brokerage:
consumer services
21,264.5
3 Scottrade Stock Brokerage: consumer services 20,398.9
4 LowerMyBills.com 11,268.8
5 E-Trade Financial:
consumer services
11,201.4
6 Sprint: wireless service 10,372.7
7 Verizon: wireless service 9,889.3
8 Vyvanse: ADHD Rx 9,709.1
9 FreeScore.com 9,636.9
10 Seroquel XR: bipolar depression Rx 8,982.1
11 E-Trade Financial: online 8,560.4
12 Constant Contact Marketing 8,356.5
13 AT&T: wireless service 6,755.6
14 ClassesUSA.com 6,117.3
15 Netflix.com Store 5,564.9
16 Sprint: business wireless service 5,429.8
17 Sprint: online 5,062.9
18 ShareBuilder.com: investing 5,033.4
19 Lendingtree.com Mortgage 4,078.7
20 Tylenol Infants:
children’s pain reliever drops
3,769.7
21 Chevrolet Equinox:
domestic crossover utility vehicle
3,701.9
22 Nationwide: auto insurance 3,316.8
23 Dodge: domestic autos & trucks 3,126.5
24 University of Phoenix 2,961.6
25 Nissan Altima: Asian auto 2,935.3
26 Superpages.com 2,862.1
27 LaSalle University 2,798.6
28 Dell Inspiron 14: laptop computer DR 2,715.9
29 Dell Studio XPS 16:
laptop computer DR
2,610.0
30 TD Ameritrade Brokerage: investment products & services 2,554.5
31 PNC Bank Virtual Wallet:
consumer online banking
2,490.5
32 Verizon FIOS: ISP/phone/TV 2,368.8
33 Ford Fusion Hybrid:
domestic hybrid auto
2,330.9
34 Vacationstogo.com 2,279.8
35 Verizon FIOS TV Cable Service 2,215.3
36 FindTheRightSchool.com 2,196.0
37 Pantene Pro-V: shampoo & conditioner 2,178.1
38 Walt Disney World 2,169.0
39 UPS Store 2,156.1
40 ING Direct Bank Orange Savings: consumer savings 2,126.6
41 Weight Watchers Online 2,092.8
42 StubHub.com 2,080.8
43 Bing.com 2,049.3
44 Porsche Panamera: European auto 1,979.6
45 Nissan Versa: Asian auto 1,961.9
46 Chevrolet Malibu: domestic auto 1,942.8
47 Princess: cruises 1,934.6
48 Classmates.com 1,880.8
49 Bank Of America:
consumer banking services
1,865.7
50 Univision.com 1,829.0
GRAND TOTAL $276,516
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View: Top 50 Internet Advertisers in September 2009

Methodology: The chart represents the value of display advertising in both standard and nonstandard ad formats using CPM-based methodology. Media expenditure estimates don’t always take into account special considerations, including publisher discounts, barter agreements, cosponsorship, affiliate relationships, and the like.

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