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Half Truths and Whole Problems – The Challenge of Tracking Conversions

The digital advertising industry has a problem.  And no, I’m not talking about privacy concerns or lack of transparency.  Those topics are certainly on the list, but before those issues made mainstream discussion – years before programmatic or GDPR was even a thing – marketers were becoming obsessed with the sheer trackability of digital.  If …

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Now That’s Delivery

I was reading a MediaPost article last week about a robot being developed by Ford that will walk packages up to the front door, which is supposed to eventually coincide with self-driving vehicles. I can’t help to think that this is going to be slightly creepy to see as I’m walking the dog down the …

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What Does Unified First Price Auction Mean to a Marketer?

Some of you may have heard Google’s programmatic offering Google Ad Manager (formerly DBM) is making a move to “simplify their bidding process”.  The announcement states that by the end of the year they are looking to move away from Second Price auctions and only execute on First Price auctions. This move only relates to …

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Marketers Should Bring Programmatic Media Buying In-House

I remember very vividly back in 2013 when I was asked to speak about the next up-and-coming trend in digital media buying at the Internet Summit.  We had begun testing programmatic media buying back in 2011, but really – we were using MediaMath’s full service DSP when we started, so I didn’t really count that …

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Apple is about to crush your remarketing dreams.

If you’ve been relying on attribution tracking and driving users down the path to conversion through remarketing, you might want to hold on… I might ruin your week. Over the summer Apple announced a High Sierra version of Safari. It includes the Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) feature that’s scheduled to go live on September 25th. …

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Digital Media Viewability

Digital media viewability was defined by the IAB was a bad thing or a good thing.  At the time, nobody had any clue – yet 3 years later, ad viewability is still up for debate and the trades have it “breaking news” anytime someone demands more. Obviously, over the years the accountability of traditional media …

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Voice Activated Search

As technology progresses and everything is literally on demand, it’s a good time for us to take a look at both our organic and paid search campaigns to ensure that our campaign structures are updated and we aren’t missing opportunities. For the most part, we aren’t talking about major algorithm changes by Google, but we …

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Me and My (Digital) Shadow

You know that shirt that has been following you around on the internet for the past week? That way-different-but-kinda-cool shirt that you impulsively put in your shopping cart, but never quite got up the nerve to actually purchase? It seems to have a life of its own now and tails you like an orphan-puppy begging …

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Navigating the Data Landscape

Data Management Platforms (DMPs)? Digital Marketing Hubs (DMHs)? Where do all of these technology companies fit in the programmatic ecosystem? We recently attended AdExchanger’s Programmatic I/O in New York and met with other top agencies, brands and technology providers. In today’s programmatic advertising landscape, it is more important than ever to leverage quality data alongside …

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