Emodo Study - More Publishers Explore Incremental Revenue Streams

Emodo Study – More Publishers Explore Incremental Revenue Streams

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With third-party cookies on their way out, has audience attention surpassed identity as the top concern for publishers? According to a new report by Emodo, Ericsson’s mobile ad tech business, the answer is a resounding yes. Polling top decision-makers in publishing from across the U.S. and the U.K., Emodo’s research arm, Emodo Institute, found that […]

BOOM: Cookies

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We’re not talking about tracking cookies. We’re talking about the kind we eat. Despite the healthy food trend, people still like a sweet splurge now and then. The snack market is up and estimated at $300B in 2023. The average American eats three or more cookies daily and 35,000 cookies throughout their lifetime. That’s a […]

Digital Ad Regulation Doesn't Necessarily Spell Disaster

Digital Ad Regulation Doesn’t Necessarily Spell Disaster

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There is disagreement over just how severely regulations will affect publishers, advertisers, and adtech companies. Scott McDonald, President and CEO at the Advertising Research Foundation, checked in with Street Fight to provide his take on what regulations are likely to pass and how they’ll affect digital advertising.

Report: 53% of Marketers Predict Decline in Programmatic Spend

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More than half of marketers believe programmatic spend will decrease in the coming year, in part because of surging investments in walled gardens. 

Gusbourne Wines Leverages Consent-Based ID to Expand Reach Across Cookieless Environments

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Boutique English wines aren’t for everyone. For a purveyor like Gusbourne—a UK-based company known for its high-end sparkling wines—having access to targeted advertising solutions is paramount. 

What Does Google’s Decision to Postpone Cookie-Cutting Mean for Multi-Location Brands?

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Multi-location brand marketers got a big break last month, when Google announced its decision to postpone deprecating third-party cookies until at least 2024. The temporary respite gives marketers additional time to consider the changing landscape, especially when it comes to targeting customers online.

Trust in the Post-Cookie Era

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The solution, while tech-enabled, is decidedly old-fashioned: the digital ad industry needs to stop thinking of how to re-engineer, or clone, trust and simply re-earn it. And to do that, we have to understand what trust — or New Trust — looks like in the Post-Cookie Era.

The Future-Proof, Full-Funnel Approach to Thriving in a Cookieless World

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Building strong relationships and encouraging customers to continually engage with the brand will go a long way toward building out first-party data collection and management. But how? As the cookieless world draws near, brands and marketers are looking for alternatives, and the answer lies in a future-proof, full-funnel approach.

Don’t Fall for the Cookieless Trap

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In the quest for future-proof advertising, effective and privacy-safe solutions should be the end goals. What we’ve stumbled upon, though, is chasing the need to declare a product or technique “cookieless,” as if that distinction alone will solve marketers’ issues going forward.

Impacts of a Cookieless Future

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Preparing for the end of third-party cookies now enables you to take advantage of the benefits of the alternative approaches available to you. The sooner you start, the better equipped you’ll be to minimize negative impacts on your marketing KPIs — and even find new ways to grow.

First-Party Data Alone Can’t Satisfy Many Marketing Needs

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When it comes to third-party data, the old Mark Twain quote applies: “The report of my death was an exaggeration.” The end of the cookie is not the same as the end of third-party data. There are multiple third-party data options for marketers that are inherently privacy-conscious, regulation-satisfying, and that work with the policies being implemented by big-tech.

Zero-Party Data Platform Jebbit Lands $70 Million Investment

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It pays to be in the right place at the right time. With less than a year to go before Google officially phases out third-party cookies from Chrome and more brands searching for viable solutions to personalize digital campaigns, a startup called Jebbit has stepped into the limelight.

5 Ways Data Privacy Will Evolve in 2022

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But the glut of new solutions does not mean that martech, much less the private sector as a whole, has figured out how to prepare for the future of data privacy. Here are five privacy predictions to keep an eye on in 2022. It would be in your best interest to determine how you and your company are affected.

Marketers Want Multiple IDs to Replace Third-Party Cookies

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Marketers and publishers asking which will be the next-generation ID to rule them all are misguided, according to a new study by data solutions provider Lotame. The company surveyed 200 senior US marketing and publisher decision-makers, and 33% of marketers said they were open to “any number” of IDs, while 33% said three identity solutions would do the trick.

Don’t Wait For a Cookieless World: Here’s How to Act Now

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While Google’s delay in killing third-party cookies may seem like a sign to call off the forces and take a break from the rush to find a cookieless alternative, the reality is quite the opposite. Businesses need to act now or risk being left behind. Businesses can prepare for a cookieless future by focusing on the key problems driving privacy changes and exploring contextual targeting as an alternative to behavioral tracking.

Concrete Steps to Prepare for a Cookieless Future

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The biggest change for digital marketers who’ve grown comfortable with cookies is realizing that the future may not be near as turnkey and automated as it is now. Executing campaigns without cookies will require more hands-on strategizing and monitoring of campaigns, and it will force marketers to be proactive when it comes to culling third-party data providers and ad-tech partners that rely too heavily on cookies for their data and analytics.

No One Solution Will Dominate the Cambrian Explosion of Digital Identifiers

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Over the past year, many solutions have emerged as a means to fill the niche left behind by the third-party cookie – and while not all solutions in this space take the form of newly minted digital identifiers, the population of upstart cookieless IDs continues to grow in size, features, and wide-ranging industry support. This raises the question of just how we’ll identify the ultimate cookieless ID.

Google Postpones Cookie Day of Reckoning

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Google announced it will not phase out cookies, which allow advertisers to track users across the Web, until mid- to late 2023. It had previously said it would do so by 2022.

What Brands Can Do When the Cookie Crumbles

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As third-party cookies are phased out, brands will have to stay nimble to weather the transition successfully. It’s a good idea to shift focus to contextual marketing and build up first-party data now. Keep an eye on better alternatives like Unified ID 2.0, and watch how agencies are adapting. That way, you’ll be ready when the cookie crumbles.

No Cookies, No Problem: Harnessing the Power of Multi-Dimensional First-Party Data

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While many have said that the deprecation of third-party cookies and tracking mechanisms will have a negative impact on personalized marketing, the fact is that this has finally opened the door to a much more effective approach: making full use of the richness of available first-party data.