Recently, France ruled that Google’s advertising practices created unfair advantages by favoring its own ad server and ad exchanges over third parties.
Considering that Safari is the most popular mobile browser in the US, there is a lot of missed opportunities for monetization. Publishers are now fighting with one hand behind their backs.
From the rise of cohorts to advances in contextual solutions, user-level targeting will shift towards a one-to-many approach – and this is where the real change will take place.
To realize its true potential in this time of growth, CTV must glean lessons from the journeys of other digital channels as we head into a privacy-first future.
Welcome to your journey towards a cookieless world. Those third-party cookies that marketers love so much — and that consumers are so annoyed by — are fading fast.
Moving forward, it will be important to approach TV measurement and addressability in the same way as digital, giving advertisers the cross-platform insights they need to increase the efficiency of their TV ad campaigns.
While brands knew Apple’s privacy forward approach was coming, the world is just now seeing the real impact of this ATT update, which is giving consumers more access and power when it comes to what information is shared with advertisers.
A swan gliding serenely on the water’s surface yet paddling frantically against the depths below is a favourite analogy of marketers when describing their day-to-day role.
Like most runners, long runs are where I do most of my thinking. It’s a rare gift of white space in our always-on world. It’s time to stop thinking about brand and performance separately.
There’s a healthy number of ROI opportunities within the payment automation sphere, and it’s relatively easy to estimate for any given organization by doing a payment analysis.
Delivering the best customer experience, both online and off, is vitally important for driving business, but the environment is changing quickly.
The first half of 2021, much like most of 2020, has been full of changes for the Ad and MarTech industries. The second half of 2021 is poised to deliver another onslaught of changes for marketers.
Even with news Google will phase out cookies mid-2023, the question remains; are you prepared for the great data crisis to come? How can you educate yourself on what to expect?
As we begin to map out work and life post-pandemic, implementing ResTech is a vital and necessary solution for every marketer to include in a marketing strategy. Let’s explore the what, the why, and how.
Recent technological breakthroughs have enabled brands, for the first time, to understand how users interact with TV ads and identify what actions they are performing after seeing an ad.
Peter Wallace, Managing Director EMEA at GumGum, explains why the privacy maelstrom has been hijacked by commercial ambition – with user-centricity paying the price.
Cookies have been on the wane for many years. For over a year, we’ve known that Google, the most dominant force in advertising, plans to end support for third-party cookies sometime in 2022.
We’ve all learned what that feels like over the past year or so, so it should be easy enough to understand: when the situation is always evolving, we have to roll with the punches. As marketers and advertisers, that’s what ongoing shifts in shopper behavior demand of us.
As we look at the world with fresh eyes and deeper understanding, human truths remain the same—we want to escape every day, feel part of a community, be part of something meaningful and learn something new.
Everyone is talking about the end of the cookie and what kinds of targeting will survive in the aftermath. Many continually debate that context is or isn’t the answer to this loss of signal.
Carriers and OEMs have spent decades investing in innovations that delight consumers and enhance the ways we use our phones, discover new things, make decisions and purchases.
Audiences rediscovered their love for TV in a big way last year, specifically its more flexible digital incarnation. At the pandemic peak, CTV consumption soared by 160% globally and almost half of the consumers admitted to heavier use.
The checkout flow is easily the most crucial phase of any online business. But, with customer expectations for an easy purchase journey at its peak, the process is not always smooth-sailing.