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(1) Advertisers are not getting as much value for the money spent with violent content as with non-violent content.

(2) Advertisers are not getting as much value with violent content as with non-violent content for the money spent.

  • both sentence have the same meaning. – Archie Azares Jul 7 '16 at 7:40
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    Both sentences are equally poorly worded and confusing. – Hot Licks Jul 7 '16 at 12:13
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Both are correct but they are not clearly written. Perhaps you could try something like, "Advertisers are receiving more value with non-violent content than violent content."

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