Gartner analysts predict changes in media, from mobile app tracking to how B2B companies will use machine learning to slow the customer journey. Strategic planning may be the most interesting part of
A study of the impact of ownership and control of consumer-generated data shows advertisers can be harmed by limited sharing of information. Giving consumers rights over their own data can improve
While many consumers have some implicit knowledge why digital identity trackers exist, most don't understand what the explicit value exchange is.
Citing "a renewed focus on measurement" in the wake of Google's decision to abandon "identifier" tracking and ad targeting, a major equities research firm has upgraded Nielsen shares from a "market
perform" to "outperform," a Wall Street rating it hasn't had in more than two years.
The ad industry had mixed reactions Wednesday to news that Google will not build alternate identifiers or use consumers in its products following the phaseout of third-party cookies. In a statement,
Network Advertising Initiative President/CEO Leigh Freund said privacy is a shared commitment, but should not be used as a barrier allowing platforms or tech companies to hold all data about online
activities. Advertising Research Foundation CEO/president Scott McDonald doesn't think the move will harm advertisers.
Newly commissioned research from The Winterberry Group delves into the surge of data collaboration across companies in a post-cookie world, based on in-depth interviews across the U.S. and U.K. with
more than 50 industry experts and a panel of senior brand marketers providing input.
Changes to how Apple handles the IDFA have brands talking. Every app publisher must now ask users to enable IDFA sharing via an ominous prompt that warns of tracking "across apps and websites owned by
other companies" and offers the choice to either "Allow Tracking" or "Ask App Not to Track."
"Personalization" may now be the biggest buzzword in marketing, but it also represents a fundamental paradox, according to new insights revealed in Kantar's "2020 Media Trends & Predictions" report,
which includes an analysis by Kantar Chief Digital Officer Thomas Zaruba on ethical use of data. Zaruba cites a data paradox showing that while 45% of consumers like seeing ads personally tailored to
their interests, 54% objective to ads targeting them based on their past behavior.
"Tracking,' defined as benchmarking the value of a marketing organization's performance over time, was identified as the greatest weakness by the majority of execs participating in a survey taken by
the Advertising Trust & Transparency Forum during the recent ProcureCon Marketing 2019 conference in Seattle, WA.
2018 campaign ad spending set new bars for both broadcast TV and digital media, according to Kantar Media and its CMAG political media specialty division. In total, those Big 3 political media took in
$5.25 billion in spending during the 2018 midterm elections -- up 20% from 2016's presidential election year.
A study reveals that Republican candidate campaign websites have the highest number of trackers at an average of 5.33 per site, with 47% in the advertising tracker category.
The funds are earmarked for research and development of technology to enable advertisers to tie an ad served and seen to an anonymous ID.