David DanzigerMember since March 2009Contact David
- VP Enterprise Partnerships The Trade Desk
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David Danziger is Vice President of Data Partnerships at The Trade Desk, an independent global technology company that empowers advertising buyers through data-driven, real-time decision-making. David is a seasoned data-monetization executive and leads the company's strategic partnerships across data, targeting and measurement. His deep knowledge and experience help him create meaningful relationships with The Trade Desk’s new and existing data partners to increase the effectiveness of clients’ media buys through improved front-end targeting and back-end analytics. David is highly experienced in leading partnership, innovation, and product management teams across the ad-tech and data industries. His entrepreneurial spirit and ability to continually innovate helps him activate and grow partnerships across the digital targeting ecosystem. A recognized expert on using big data in marketing and audience targeting, David regularly speaks at industry and partner events and is often featured in media, including AdExchanger, MediaPost and Chief Marketer, among others. Prior to The Trade Desk, David served as senior director of data solutions at Merkle and director of data products at Acxiom. He holds a B.A. from The University of Michigan and an MBA from The University of Texas.
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- A Big-Picture Approach To Digital Advertising in
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CMOs want to understand how their advertising efforts affect overall revenue and how to improve upon that same success again and again. Here's how to do so.
- Walled Gardens, Dark Pools And The Rising Measurement Problem in
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What do you picture when you hear the term "walled garden"? The notion conjures up imagery that is soothing and pleasant. It paints the picture of a nice, flowery place inside protective barriers, safe from weeds, rodents or other threatening outside forces. In the digital landscape, this garden isn't as pleasant as its name may indicate.