The report highlights conversations around responsible utilization of consumer data becoming the need of the hour. The report unravels the new age customer’s need for personalisation without compromising their need for privacy. Marketers need to put more effort into educating consumers about data usage and tracking. They need to find ways to ensure privacy is not a hindrance to providing better products and services to the consumers. Rather, how a privacy-first approach to data can facilitate consumer trust in the brand.
The MMA Global Indonesia Brand Safety & MarTech report explores various perspectives, insights and best practices on brand safety strategy and marketing technology implementation. In this report you will find the result of Brand Safety Survey run by the MMA Global Indonesia specifically for marketers in Indonesia.
As digital adoption accelerates, building and maintaining trust in the digital economy via a commitment to safety, security and privacy is essential to preserve the free and open internet and for users to access information and opportunity, and businesses to connect with people interested in what they have to offer.
The advertising ecosystem is rapidly evolving with privacy becoming a key focus for people as well as businesses.
In this session, leading industry experts will discuss personalization in a privacy-first world, how the digital advertising ecosystem is evolving, and how businesses can build for these ecosystem changes with a privacy-focused lens.
The Modern Marketing Reckoner Report 2021 was developed to help businesses move forward and gain leverage in the online marketing industry. It will provide valuable insights on the latest modern marketing strategies, as well as comprehensive coverage on topics including how to plan for post-IDFA mobile marketing strategies, the role of the rising e-sport industry for marketers, cashless society, and the new era of programmatic mobile video advertising.
With consumers spending significantly more time on various digital media due to social distancing, working from home etc., it is imperative for brands to strike the right balance - engage with the consumers in a meaningful, personalized manner while maintaining the right tone. While the role first-party data plays might differ across businesses, there is no time like the present for companies to rethink and be more explicit about what data they collect and why.