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Compliance Safety is the New Brand Safety

Ad measurement firms have long preached the need for Brand Safety tools as a core pillar of digital ad campaign verification, to go along with viewability and IVT/bot detection. The ongoing evolution of privacy regulations like GDPR and CCPA have caused the entire marketing ecosystem to place a bigger focus on compliance preparation and internal documentation.

 It's Easy as 1-2-3: Breaking down First, Second, and Third Party Cookies

It's Easy as 1-2-3: Breaking down First, Second, and Third Party Cookies

Over the course of time, cookies have become the bread and butter of the Internet. Most commonly used for identifying users online and providing a personalised browsing experience, cookies play an essential role in the machinery of digital marketing. However, not all cookies are created equally—for marketers, it is important to understand these differences in order to know how trustworthy your data is, and how relevant it is to your campaigns.

Beginner's Guide to Federated Learning & Differential Privacy

Beginner's Guide to Federated Learning & Differential Privacy

It should come as no surprise that the marketing industry is riding a wave of change. In the wake of prolific data breaches and prominent scandals, consumers are demanding better protection of their personal information. In response, lawmakers are listening, introducing expansive data privacy regulations. Marketers have had to re-assess the way we collect, disseminate, and store sensitive information—learning to put privacy at the forefront and leaving behind the insecure and invasive methods of yesteryears.

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Foot Traffic Report: 2017 Year in Review & 2018 Forecast

Discover how location intelligence produces powerful retail insights that can drive brand performance. Cuebiq and GasBuddy examined over 121 million consumer trips to C-Store and Fuel Retailers in 2017. Our latest Footfall Traffic Report sheds light on retail insights, consumer behaviors, trends and a 2018 forecast provided by CSP.

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Retail Intelligence: How Brands Can Drive More Visits and Create a  Better Consumer Experience

2017 in Review: Top Brands, Visit Trends, Consumer Habits,  Shopping Preferences and More

2018 Forecast: Data & Analysis by CSP


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4 ways data products are redefining brand interactions

Brands today collect multiple data points across consumer interactions, ranging from key promotional events and social comments to consumer whereabouts and inquiries. One of the key challenges faced by brands and enterprises is to fuse these multiple data streams in real-time and act on them. Overcoming this challenge would redefine how brands interact with their consumers using data today. Here is how: 1. A power shift
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Visualizing the World Series Through Mobile Geo-Data

Visualizing the World Series Through Mobile Geo-Data By Nicole H. Romano Ph.D. – Data Scientist, RadiumOne Bay area natives are well aware of the riots (and tortilla throwing) that erupted in San Francisco’s Mission neighborhood after winning the 2014 World Series. And the 2012 World Series. Oh, and the 2010 World Series. But how did the rest of the Bay Area celebrate? We utilized a rich source of non-personally-identifiable mobile geo-location data, allowing us to visualize how the Bay Area celebrated the Giants’ World Series win. In order to make all of this amazing data come to life, we evaluated three components: • The most popular neighborhoods for celebrating a World Series win • The migration of SF’s bar hoppers post-game • The World Series parade patterns Let us break this down for you both in numbers and visuals. World Series Game 7: The Numbers • Total zip codes represented in San Francisco: 2,024 • Bay Area: 344 • International: 76 San Francisco Population breakdown: • SF locals: 52% • Bay Area: 30% • US: 25% • International: 1%

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Neil Sweeney sits down with AdMonsters to talk mobile advertising and the future of programmatic

For publishers, mobile is an itch spreading over greater sections of skin, tingling more ferociously every second. Scratching doesn’t make it worse, but certainly fails to relieve the symptoms. Publishers continue to struggle in their mobile monetization efforts: because there’s little incentive for direct sales to evangelize the channel (particularly when it comes to display), programmatic would seem to be the savior. However, the success of desktop advertising and transaction models ported to mobile has been limited.

The Present Reality and Future Potential of Mobile Programmatic

Launched in 2010 real time bidding (RTB) essentially the automation of buying and optimising digital media campaigns in real-time, through an auction between the buyer and seller. RTB has totally revolutionised the way in which we buy media. Previously planner buyers would decide what ad inventory to buy and go direct to the media owner. Now, with RTB, we are able to be much more flexible with the inventory we buy and are seeing more efficient outcomes. The question is, will the industry fully embrace this buying model and what does it mean for the future of media buying?

REVTRAX® RELEASES SMARTOFFERS™ TO POWER PERSONALIZED, DYNAMIC COUPONS

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NEW YORK, October 29, 2013—RevTrax® today announced the launch of SmartOffers, a unique new technology that allows marketers to personalize printable and mobile coupon experiences based on their predefined rules.
 
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