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5 First-party Data Strategies For Publishers in 2023

Ben Guez, Enterprise Sales, Americas, Kevel, takes a deep dive into 5 first-party data strategies that publishers should consider adopting in 2023, including user registration, expanded interest level registrations, SSO (Single Sign On), event-based tracking and analytics, and surveys and polls.

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AdMonsters January 26, 2023   Confiant Catches Cookie Fishing Scheme: The Bad Actors of Black Friday Advertisers’ businesses boom yearly on Black Friday as they promote their annual sales. Last year, Black Friday saw another big boom — cookie stuffing — marking a sharp increase in fraudulent ad impressions.  Read…

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AdMonsters January 12, 2023   What is a Bot Market and How Can Publishers Fight Against Them? The battle for brand safety is on because bad actors are more creative than ever with their ad fraud tactics. It's time for clean sweeps of your sites because ad fraud and malvertising…

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AdMonsters January 6, 2023   That’s So AdMonsters: 6 Ways We Predict Ad Tech and Digital Media Will Evolve in 2023 Reflection is essential to moving into the new year, and the ad tech industry has much to reflect on from 2022. From the ad spend slowdown to potential federal…

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7 Ad Tech Pros Predict CTV, TV, and Video Trends for 2023

When it comes to CTV (and media in general), 2022 was not only about the re-emergence of life post-pandemic but also about figuring out where audiences will migrate and how to reach them. It was all about subscriber growth, total reach, and big numbers. Now the conversation is shifting because…

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Where Will Ad Tech Be 5 Years From Now?

At an AdMonsters PubForum in 2022, we asked about 10 groups of ad ops and rev ops professionals to put their best predictive analytical skills to work to identify which trends ad tech can look forward to five years from now. Here's what four of the groups came up with.

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