By now, you’ve probably heard of Google AdWords, which is now the most used advertising platform in the world.

And yet, its biggest competitor is the social network Facebook.

And while it’s been gaining traction, its user base is shrinking at an alarming rate.

According to a new study, that trend could soon change.

Digital marketers could have a lot of trouble adapting to the increasingly competitive landscape.

The digital marketing industry is rapidly evolving and evolving fast.

The internet has transformed the way we interact with our business and society.

With this rapid change, the digital landscape has changed in ways that advertisers cannot anticipate.

In fact, according to a survey by market research firm Gartner, there are already more than a half billion companies that are attempting to innovate in the digital marketing space.

Advertisers must now adapt to these changes and find new ways to reach the audiences that they’re most interested in.

According to the survey, digital marketing is likely to remain a niche industry for the foreseeable future, as it has historically been.

The problem is, these trends are not going to go away overnight.

In the coming years, advertisers will have to find new, creative ways to get their messages across, said Brian Jansen, vice president of digital marketing at AdWords.

According the Gartners survey, about one in five marketers are now looking for new ways of reaching consumers and increasing engagement.

The survey also found that consumers are looking for ways to share content and connect with brands more, which means advertisers are going to have to adapt to a changing landscape in digital advertising.

According, there will be a significant transition for digital marketers and advertisers.

Consumers are going digital, and advertisers are adjusting accordingly.

According the survey results, consumers are expected to spend more money online in the next six months than they have in years.

While this may not seem like a big deal, this is a major change that is going to affect the way businesses and organizations do business.

In addition to making it harder for businesses to reach consumers, this will also have an impact on advertising revenues.

This change in the landscape will also mean more competition and the ability for advertisers to create new ways for their brands to reach new audiences.

Advertisers will be forced to be more innovative in their campaigns and advertising strategies, said John Jansen.

This will also be a major problem for digital marketing companies, said Jansen who is also the founder of Digital Marketing Intelligence, a digital marketing consulting firm.

As digital marketing grows in importance, advertisers have to be able to keep pace with this rapid evolution.

The question now is how will digital marketers adapt to this change?

According to the research, digital marketers should focus on three key areas:1.

Targeting consumers who already shop online and have been there a while2.

Building trust with your customers3.

Increasing your reach across multiple channels4.

Building digital identity and branding5.

Creating a sustainable businessThe three areas listed above are the main areas of focus for digital marketers, said Adjunct Associate Professor John Josten, who is leading a team of researchers that is working on the study.

According, consumers who are already online have been doing shopping for a while, but they are not as engaged with their shopping experience as they once were.

This means advertisers have no reason to focus on targeting consumers who have already shopped online.

Instead, advertisers should focus their efforts on building trust and creating a sustainable online experience.

When consumers spend money online, they are also buying products online, and they tend to be on a certain level of loyalty.

This leads to a greater level of consumer engagement with your brand.

This creates a unique opportunity for advertisers and marketers to connect and create an online experience that is both highly engaged and memorable.

For example, one of the ways marketers will benefit from these trends is by targeting individuals who already buy online and who have been online for a long time.

According Jostens research, the majority of Americans have used digital marketing platforms in the past six months.

According Jostenga, consumers don’t want to spend money on things that they already know how to do online.

This is why advertisers will be able leverage their digital identity by providing them with digital assets that can connect them with their brand.

They will also want to build a digital identity that is meaningful to them, Jostensen said.

Josten explained that marketers should also keep in mind that digital marketers are also more likely to create and deliver more effective marketing campaigns.

This could lead to more engagement and better ROI.

According a Garters survey, 71% of marketers surveyed said that their online campaigns generate better results than their traditional campaign.

For example, 70% of respondents said they have had their digital campaigns generate higher conversions than their print campaigns.

Furthermore, 71 percent of respondents also said that digital marketing has the highest ROI of any type of campaign.

This could lead advertisers to invest in a more effective digital strategy