Marketers surveyed said they also plan to spend money with Pinterest (41 percent), SnapChat (36 percent) and Amazon (34 percent) within the next year.
Facebook isn’t going away, though. Sixty-one percent of marketers said they plan to allocate more of their advertising budgets to the social network.
However, Google is king of the block—by far. Marketers will spend an estimated $60.4 billion on Google in 2015, followed by $16.2 billion at Facebook, $6.1 billion on YouTube and $2.1 billion on Twitter. Only seven percent of respondents said they would not be spending ad dollars with Google.