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A Future Bright and Cookieless

Between a dusting-off of classical ad measurement techniques and some serious geeking out over first-party data, advertisers will find that, far from being the airless, suffocating hellscape they have been taught to fear, this new “cookieless” world will prove a hospitable and possibly verdant environment for measurement and attribution.

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These 5 Data Trends Will Totally Reshape Ad Operations—hopefully for the Better

Privacy regulations, cookieless web, identity resolution, the value of first-party data, better personalization—are just some of the many data trends shaping publishers' strategies today. The road ahead is being paved as much by user and governmental concerns as it is by the duopoly and other significant players in the ad…

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Blockchain Leads the Transparency Brigade: Lucidity’s Miguel Morales

During its short time bouncing around the ad-tech echoplex, blockchain has already run the full hype cycle: from "the next big thing" to "running joke" and now "potentially legit." Tech startups are finally deploying actionable and scalable solutions to a variety of problems, meaning you don't look hip at parties now when you scoff at blockchain. One…

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Webinar Replay: Unlocking the Hidden Web and Delivering Data-Driven Revenue

Following the path Apple trail-blazed with its mobile Intelligent Tracking Protection (ITP), more browsers are blocking (or threatening to block) third-party cookies as well as limiting the usefulness of other tracking tools. While this is creating chaos in programmatic markets that lean heavily on cookies and third-party data, publishers with…

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What is a CDP?

CDP might sound like another martech or adtech acronym that will make its way into obscurity, but in a post-GDPR world where first-party relationships will be vital to survival, the Consumer Data Platform (CDP) is the ultimate tool for true consumer identity resolution. During his presentation, “All You Need Is…

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