The Latest: $3.7 Billion of Bidding on Sites with Lowest Advertisers

The latest ad revenue numbers show that many smaller online sites are struggling to make a living from their ads.

As a result, many of them have started charging for their ads and, in many cases, they’re charging a fee for the ad itself.

That means a lot of smaller sites are going under and that means they’re also going to lose revenue from ad revenue.

But that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

The new numbers show how a lot more small online sites have been left out of the ad revenue pie.

And, in some cases, their ad revenue has dropped significantly.

The number of smaller online retailers who are charging for ads is on the rise.

As of March 31, the number of ad-supported sites in the U.S. stood at 3.7 billion, according to a recent analysis by the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB).

And that number has risen steadily since then, according the data.

According to the IAB, there are now 5.5 billion ads available on the internet today, up from 2.9 billion in January 2018.

That is a 3.3 percent increase from January to March.

The increase in ad revenue from small online retailers has been particularly pronounced among small businesses, according an analysis of the data by BuzzFeed News.

As BuzzFeed News points out, the median ad spend per online retailer is now $9.55, compared to $3 in 2017.

The median dollar amount spent on ad campaigns by a typical small business was $7.25 in March 2018, up 9 percent from $6.67 in March 2017.

And, the average dollar amount for an online retailer was $14.30, up 8 percent from the $10.40 average in 2017, according data from the IAA.

The data from IAA indicates that in 2017 and 2017, there were an estimated 2.3 million online retailers that were in compliance with their ad-based business model.

The IAA defines compliance as those sites that had at least $5 million in ad revenues, at least 50 percent of which came from a single advertiser, and that had paid at least 90 percent of their ad costs on site.

The average ad spend for a typical online retailer in 2017 was $1,564, according, BuzzFeed News reported.

As BuzzFeed News notes, the IBA defines compliance broadly and it is the same as a “small business.”

So, the larger the number, the more likely the online retailer will be compliant.

But there is a catch: While small online businesses have always had an advantage in the ad market, they are also facing an increasing number of challenges.

The biggest challenge for many online retailers is that the ad industry is evolving, and ad revenue is expected to rise, said Mark Mahoney, chief executive officer at digital marketing company DigitalMarkets.

In addition, as digital marketing continues to become a bigger part of online commerce, retailers are increasingly reliant on ad revenue to keep up with online retailers’ digital strategies.

But the ad-driven industry is still far from perfect, according Mahoney.

For example, the growing number of sites with ad-free checkout and the fact that consumers have become more sensitive to and willing to pay for more transparency have made it harder for online retailers to stay competitive.

The most glaring example of the changing ad-sales landscape is Ebay.

The e-commerce giant said in its latest earnings report that it lost $8.5 million last quarter, a loss of nearly $500 million for the quarter.

And the company is still struggling to attract users to its e-store and online marketplace.

According the report, Ebay is still making money in the online shopping space, but it’s not making enough money to keep it there.

In the fourth quarter of 2017, the company generated $2.9 million in revenue, a profit of $3 million.

But the company was still losing money.

The company’s CEO, Jack Dorsey, told the Wall Street Journal that the company expects to have $10 billion in revenue for the year, which would bring in nearly $1 billion in profit.

He said he thinks that the online marketplace will be worth $1.5 to $2 billion in the next five years, and he expects that the digital shopping market to grow to $10 to $20 billion.

But he also said that there is no guarantee that the marketplace will remain profitable, and the company has struggled to make any changes to the way it operates.

The Wall Street Review noted that the reason that online retailers have struggled is that they’re less profitable, because they’re unable to offer the kinds of services that make their businesses sustainable.

They can’t do as much as traditional retailers can do and also offer the same services at a lower price, the Wall St. Journal wrote.

The online retailers are also less attractive to consumers, because of the higher fees they have