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What Is Supply Path Optimization (SPO) in Mobile?

SPO in mobile has an additional level of complexity compared to web, because ads on mobile devices are facilitated mostly through software development kits (SDKs) – and understanding the type of SDK connection can have meaningful implications to that path optimization.

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Publishers Need Deep Audience Insights Now More Than Ever

The demise of third-party cookies limits the amount of data publishers can leverage to enrich their own audience data. They need those prized data insights to get a fuller profile of the people consuming their media. Because without insights, advertisers are paying for access to a rather blurry picture of…

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🌯 Is Ad Tech Shifty Business?

May 09, 2022 Ad Tech Vendors Caught in the Gannett Web Streaming Ad Spend on the up and up Conde Nast Sees Major Highs Did Ad Tech Firms Turn a Blind Eye To Gannett Funny Biz? Remember back in March, when we reported on Gannett providing advertisers with inaccurate information…

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What Is CTDPA?

Last week the Connecticut House of Representatives and Connecticut Senate joined forces to pass the Connecticut Data Privacy Act (CTDPA). The legislation, also known as Senate Bill 6 (SB6), awaits Governor Ned Lamont's signature to make everything 100% official. The bill is expected to take effect on July 1, 2023. 

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No Cookies? No Problem: LiveRamp ATS Is the New Plug for Pubs

Without third-party cookies driving targeted advertising — publishers that don’t have a strategy to drive user authentication and first-party data, should expect lower CPMs and less revenue. Something will have to connect the dots in the absence of cookies, and LiveRamp Authenticated Traffic Solution (ATS) may just be it. We…

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Google’s Reject All; The Future of Web3; Roku’s Data Clean Room

April 26, 2022 Rejecting Cookies Made Simple in Europe Web3 Widening the Wealth Gap Roku's New Data Clean Room Reject All: Google Simplifies Cookie Curving Consumer choice and consent fatigue are a troublesome duo for publishers' revenue in a privacy-first world. A fine of $170 million by the CNIL led…

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