The US government pays for every click on advertisements on the web, a study by research firm Forrester has found.
In total, Americans spend $20 billion a year on click advertising, according to the firm.
The research firm said that while this is still a small fraction of the total spend, it could mean a lot of money to advertisers.
It said it had previously reported that the US was the top market for ad clickers, with a $6 billion annual spend.
Forresters analysis of the web’s data also found that the average amount of money spent on click ads in the US rose from $2.3 billion in 2007 to $4.4 billion in 2017.
The US has seen a sharp rise in the amount of data it has available about the internet.
For instance, in 2016, Forrears research found that more than one billion websites were linked to the internet, and more than 500 million people accessed the web every month.
However, this has fallen in recent years, according Toft.com, a data company.
The site said that since the year 2000, the number of people accessing the internet has fallen from 2.2 billion to 1.8 billion, and for the first time the share of internet users is declining.
Toft’s figures show that the number and amount of people using the internet for online shopping and other activities have also dropped in recent times.
But Toft said that the figures also show that in the past two years, people are more likely to use the internet to buy things rather than spend money online.
In 2017, for instance, only 13% of people visited a website to buy something online.
More than half (54%) of those surveyed said they had used the internet in the last 12 months to buy an item online.
Toffee said: “This suggests that the use of the internet is growing, but that it is still relatively low, and it is not growing as fast as the number using the web to do online shopping.”
While the overall share of users who are using the network is decreasing, the proportion of people who use it for online purchases has remained relatively stable for some time.
He said that consumers are now spending a greater share of their purchases on the device that is their main source of payment, rather than paying by credit card, and that the trend is likely to continue. “
It’s a phenomenon that’s happened because of the rapid shift in online spending and the availability of credit cards,” said Toffee.
He said that consumers are now spending a greater share of their purchases on the device that is their main source of payment, rather than paying by credit card, and that the trend is likely to continue.
For example, last year, online shoppers spent on average $3.16 on credit cards, according the Forrests data, while credit cards accounted for $2,926 on average online purchases.