AdAge DataCenter (Advertising Age)

Find rankings and statistics on top advertisers, media, agencies and more. Includes the current issue of Advertising Age magazine.

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AdAge.com's DataCenter includes rankings and statistics on the advertisiing sector. In some cases annual data or rankings available going back to 1998.

Rankings and Statistics available in AdAge DataCenter include:

  • State of the industry Reports, 2002 to present
  • Major marketers and their properties, agency companies, digital ventures and award winners
  • Worldwide and U.S. marketing spending
  • Rankings and analysis of agency companies and networks; Surveys on digital media and marketing, such as the "25 largest U.S. search-marketing advertisers"
  • Data on media companies and media properties, for example "Rankings of print magazines by ad pages and dollars"

AdAge.com includes complete articles from the latest issue of AdAge magazine. Advertising Age covers marketing, advertising, digital promotion, B2B and agencies. (To see articles from previous issues from 1992-present - look up the publication: Advertising Age in Business Source Complete). 

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