"Consumers consume 26 percent of their media online, but only 13 percent of all ad dollars go to [there]." If online ad spending matches eyeballs - moves from 13 percent to 26 percent - that would mean a $50 billion dollar increase in online ad spending, he said.
The Super Bowl on Sunday showed the story was about the multimedia aspect, in terms of what people did with Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, Nadal said.
"That I think has changed going forward all marketing for [the] Super Bowl," he said.
Check out our entire conversation with Nadal in this web exclusive to see why online spending could increase 40 or 50 over the next ten years.
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