Where Can You Publish Your Ads?

List of Advertising Platforms

Today's online services have one major advantage. They track users and collect information about them and segment it accurately. This is a huge advantage for advertisers because they can specify their target audience precisely, so that an ad is shown only to a relevant people.


Surely, you come across such ads daily. On Facebook, Google Search… lots of you have probably tried to publish similar types of ads on these platforms.


Facebook and Google are obviously dominants of the PPC ads market. But did you know that there are a number of other platforms where you can advertise in a similar way?


You may think that this is unnecessary, when most internet users are using Facebook or Google and their services. Yes, it is true, but it doesn't mean your ad will be effective on these platforms.


Each user behaves differently on different platforms, which means that he can be immune to your Facebook advertising, for example, because he only goes there in the evenings to watch some funny videos, so advertising for selling real estate is not relevant to him. Maybe, in the morning, when he opens Linkedin, he is in a completely different state of mind and is ready to see the ad and take action.


The goal of this article is to list relevant platforms where you can advertise your services. To find out which platform is most effective for you, read this article.

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Facebook

Facebook is a key player in the PPC advertising market. There are a number of platforms that are part of Facebook that you might not even know are there. Overall, 2.2 billion people use various Facebook services. Daily. 2.2 billion a day. That's a lot!

Facebook

During the third quarter of 2019, Facebook reported almost 1.62 billion active users daily.

It makes Facebook the largest social network and advertising platform. I'm sure you have all come in contact with Facebook advertising at some point, and some of you have even tried to publish some ads here. If you target your consumer correctly, Facebook could be a great platform to start with.

Instagram

With your ads, you can reach up to 1 billion active Instagram users. When Instagram was bought by Facebook in 2012, it started to grow quickly. Today, it's one of the largest social networks where you can post ads. Thanks to the connection with Facebook, these ads are set up through Facebook Ads Manager.

Messenger

You've probably heard of, or even use Messenger daily.  Most importantly, it is a standalone application and you don't need a Facebook account to use it, even though it's an integral part of Facebook. Each month, Messenger reaches 1.3 billion users.

WhatsApp

Sometime in 2020, we will probably be able to publish ads on the worldwide-used and known communication application — WhatsApp. More than half a billion users use it every day.

Google

Google has almost become a synonym for the internet. Almost everyone using the internet is in some way Google's customer. With Google Ads, you can publish ads in many places.

Google Search

With each search on Google, you'll see up to 3 ad links in the top positions. With over 2 trillion searches every day, it makes Google a key player in the market of PPC ads. 

YouTube

There are over 2 billion active users on YouTube. This makes it one of the most visited platforms in the world. From an advertising perspective YouTube very interesting, because you can publish ads in many different formats.

Microsoft

After a few key acquisitions from previous years, you should not ignore Microsoft, because with Linkedin and Bing, you have millions of active users to target with your ads.

LinkedIn

The largest professional social network. Although it does not reach as many active users as Facebook, there is a very active segment of working people that you can target through Linkedin Ads.

Bing

Bing is the former MSN Search, Windows Live Search and Live Search. With over 12 billion monthly searches in 2019, Bing is still a relevant platform to consider when publishing ads.

Amazon

Amazon.com

During July 2019, Amazon.com had almost 2.65 billion combined desktop and mobile visits. The platform is by far the most visited e-commerce property in the United States.

Twitch

Twitch is the world's leading live streaming platform for gamers. On Average, Twitch Sees 15 million Daily Active Users. With its ads platform, you are able to reach a number of specific consumers.

Others

TikTok

TikTok is an interesting platform. 100 million users view 1 billion videos every day. The interesting thing is, that TikTok was launched internationally in September 2017.  I guess that's what you call rapid progress.

Snapchat

203 million daily active users. That’s a huge potential reach with Snapchat's ads platform.

eBay

eBay is not strictly an advertising platform, but with its Promoted Listings, it can be a very interesting source of new customers for you. In the third quarter of 2019, eBay reached 183 million active buyers worldwide, 

Twitter

Around 6,000 tweets per second. That means more than 500 million tweets each day. It makes Twitter a very relevant source of new customers. With Twitter Ads you are able to reach over 126 million users daily.

Quora

There are approximately 2.1 million visitors per day on Quora.com, searching for an answer to all kinds of questions. You are able to reach them with Quora's ads platform.

Pinterest

When it comes to Pinterest, over 2.5 million people use this platform every day. It makes Pinterest another great place to advertise your product.

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