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  • Writer's pictureNedim Muhović

YouTube Records Remarkable Q4 Growth with $9B Ad Revenue!


Google's YouTube experienced an impressive 15.5% year-over-year growth in ad revenue, totaling $9.2 billion in Q4. This surge underscores the resurgence of premium ad formats, particularly video, as marketers embrace new opportunities.

Alphabet, Google's parent company, reported an overall ad revenue of $65.5 billion for the same period, marking an impressive 11% YoY increase. The tech giant's largest segment, Search and other, witnessed a 12.7% YoY growth, reaching $48 billion during the crucial holiday season.


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The Power of Search Generative Experience (SGE)

Google is not resting on its laurels; it's actively working on implementing a Search Generative Experience (SGE) powered by generative artificial intelligence (AI). This transformative technology promises a brighter future for the company, enhancing user experiences and advertising effectiveness. YouTube's stellar performance in Q4 is an encouraging sign that brands are opening their wallets for pricier ad formats, especially video. Industry experts predict a more upbeat ad spending trend, driven by major events like the Summer Olympics and election cycles after a relatively slow period in 2022-23.


Connected TV (CTV) Dominates Growth

Connected TV (CTV) remains YouTube's fastest-growing channel, with NFL Sunday Ticket significantly boosting subscribers and brand interest. The platform is actively refining CTV monetization with various offerings, including unskippable ads, pause experiences, and seamless interactions between TV and mobile devices.


The Future of Search and SGE

The intriguing question on everyone's mind is how SGE developments will impact the future of search. Google executives believe it's a win-win situation, enhancing commercial journeys by displaying relevant ads alongside search results.

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