The winners from yesterday may not be winners tomorrow; success may depend on their ability to look at opportunities with fresh eyes.
Markters doing due diligence upfront is essential to preventing wasted spend and having headaches down the road.
March Madness and other tentpole sporting events are rightly seen as key opportunities for every marketer out there.
Media measurement as a field is experiencing massive disruption right now. From its outset, it never gave a holistic audience understanding.
Get comfortable with “walled garden world” scenarios and prioritize investments in media, technology and data capabilities accordingly.
Maximizing creativity, with the power of data and purpose, is where brands can differentiate themselves from their competitors
App marketers should be smarter with spending and reinforce the foundations of their strategies with an understanding of their user personas.
How clean is your data? It’s an important question, but one that doesn’t often get addressed — at least not at the frequency necessary.
Most brands aren’t of this other part of identity resolution, which relies on matching logic and an identity graph to connect data.
All these considerations—capability, technology, and culture, really need to be assessed by marketers before any partnership proceeds.
Online retail, with its vast first-party data, provides an ideal environment for brands looking to target customers in a relevant context.
AWS is in a prime position to dominate the clean rooms market through sheer force of their existing cloud services market share.
Look beyond superficial data and dig into app usage, which can help paint a clear picture of where people are spending their time
As our industry fights through to the other side of the cookie era, one thing is clear: Replacing the cookie will not be easy.
“The Journey Towards Better Transparency Isn’t Over”: The Industry Reacts to ISBA’s Latest Programmatic Supply Chain Study
We asked industry experts to share their thoughts on the latest findings.
With collaborative insights made possible through data collaboration and clean rooms, marketers will be well on their way to accelerating business transformation in 2023 and beyond.
IP address intelligence data won’t stop criminal cyber activity, but it can provide an additional, valuable layer of protection for in-house teams or MSSPs
With the clear value search data can demonstrate, brands that place it front and centre will gain a clear view not only of a moment in time, but also – crucially – of predicted consumer behaviour in 2023 and beyond.
The cinema advertising transformation is very much still underway. As they say in the ‘biz, the camera is still rolling.
A wealth of opportunities have opened up for the post-cookie era thanks to advances in AI technology.
70% of Your Consumers Are Now ‘Invisible’ to Your Adtech Stack – How Did This Happen, and What Can You Do About It?
To continue to reach consumers, advertisers must work with publishers via a privacy-safe tech infrastructure to find, scale and activate their consented consumer data, including the opt-out consumers.
Understanding household composition, from occupant life-stage to individual habits and preferences, is the new battleground for data integration and interpretation.
Zero-party data is here, and it’s here to stay. Undoubtedly, consumer data privacy must take precedence and brands’ strategies are yet to be fully defined. But joining the “zero-party party” is now a vital part of customer engagement strategy success.
Data collaboration, when executed in a way that preserves privacy and enhances customer experiences at scale, will transform business. I can’t wait to see what 2023 has in store.