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What Is SPARROW?

In May, Criteo submitted SPARROW (Secure Private Advertising Remotely Run On Webserver) to the W3C in response to Google's privacy sandbox proposal.  In response to industry-wide feedback, SPARROW was recently updated to include reporting capabilities to further secure users’ privacy without compromising advertisers’ performance. We spoke with Charles-Henri Henault, VP…

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Driving Operational Excellence: To Automate or Not To Automate

COVID-19 revenue losses have been extensive, prompting massive furloughs and layoffs, but on the road to recovery, publishers will be looking for ways to keep costs low without further reducing staff. Understanding when to use automation by leveraging available technology to handle repetitive and routine tasks is an effective way…

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Google to Pay for the News?

June 30, 2020 Google to Pay for the News? Some Harsh Truths in EC’s Rosy GDPR Assessment Marketer Ad Spend Down, Tech Spend Up Google to Pay for the News? After years of refusing to pay publishers for news content, Google has reversed its stance. Last week the company announced…

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A Most Symbolic Boycott

We haven’t seen major brand advertisers ditch social media advertising like this since MySpace 2009. An ever-growing crowd of well-known brands is pausing their ad spend on Facebook—and other social media platforms—to protest lax moderation of hateful content keeps growing longer. Our cynical minds immediately leap back to the great YouTube…

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Supply-Side Audience Data Insertion? SpotX and Acxiom Say Oh Yeah

As the third-party tracking cookie continues its long, long farewell tour, advertisers and publishers alike are looking for replacement targeting solutions—particularly ones that won't steep them in the user privacy quagmire brought on by cookies. Tech providers seem to be meeting them with ingenuity, as evidenced by the latest partnership…

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Five Questions for Evaluating Cookieless Publisher Solutions

While the needs of each publisher may be slightly different, generally there are five questions every publisher should ask when evaluating whether or not a cookieless solution is right for them. Any solution that satisfies these criteria will likely enable publishers to sustain and grow ad revenue, while simultaneously establishing…

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The Facebook Ad Boycott Could Be Magic for Publishers

The #StopHateForProfit Facebook advertising boycott, launched against the social media giant for continuously allowing hate speech and misinformation to exist on its platform, is steadily growing steam. Could this create an opportunity for publishers as brands seek to reallocate their ad spend? Folio Senior Editor, Greg Dool,  weighs in.

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Now Comes the Fun Part: Activating Identity

You took a really big step by adding an identity partner, but like most things in ad tech you can’t expect to flip a switch and watch the magic happen. Activation, though, is where things get exciting—sure you’ll be able to garner looks from new advertisers and grab higher CPMs,…

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Personalization Power With a Push: Top 5 Takeaways

On June 18, AdMonsters hosted a webinar with Powerinbox, Personalization Power at Scale featuring Jeff Kupietzky, CEO, Powerinbox; Max Dennis, Director of Audience Development, Assembly; and Chip Schaible, Director of National Account Sales, IQVIA. The webinar examined the intricacies of this burgeoning channel while highlighting its growing revenue potential. Here…

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Apple’s IDFA Lives On, Sort Of

June 23, 2020 Apple's IDFA Goes Opt-In DigiTrust Bites the Dust Coronavirus Travel Slump Cuts Google Deep Blunt Force Blocking #BlackLivesMatter Apple’s IDFA Goes Opt-In The rumor mill was running wild with speculation that Apple was about to mercilessly slay the iOS app-based advertising tracker, IDFA. Well, good-ish news—IDFA lives!…

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