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PubForum Prep: Where Identity Meets Reality

At the upcoming Publisher Forum in Huntington Beach, Brandon Seltenrich of CBS Interactive will tell us about how the shift toward identity marketing is advantageous to publishers--and to their users. Brandon shares some thoughts in this Q&A: "My core competency is delivering great content to our users, not maintaining ad…

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Best Of AdMonsters 2017

Throughout 2017, the discussion on the AdMonsters site, at our events and on our listserv has spun off in countless directions. A person has to wonder: Was there ever a time when it seemed the industry focused on one or two issues at a time, or do we just have…

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8 Mammoth Takeaways From Programmania

“Digital Is Dead” read the first slide of Larry Allen’s keynote for Programmania on June 5, 2017. I don’t know if it elicited the gasps Larry was hoping for, but I could detect a certain sense of puzzlement flowing throughout the room of 200-plus programmatic specialists. Wait—isn’t this supposed to be…

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The Unwalled Garden: LiveIntent on Scaling the Identity-Based Market

If you're in digital, you're more or less destined to be on Facebook and Google. The major platforms have unparalleled scale. But they're certainly not the be-all and end-all to digital--and publishers would love for advertisers to agree on this point. Publishers are sitting on valuable audience insights of their…

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Take It to the People: LiveIntent’s Jason Kelly on Identity-Based Marketing

The identity- or people-based marketing train is one that all publishers should be jumping aboard as they can. According to research from Signal.co, 25% of marketer and advertisers are spending half their budgets via people-based channels, and 65% see double the performance versus non-people-based. Something like 60-80% of marketers will…

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Innovation in the Inbox: Programmatic Advertising in Email and the Rise of Identity Marketing

“We look at the inbox as probably the most intimate place you can be on the web,” says Kerel Cooper, VP of Platform Development for LiveIntent. “When you’re looking at a piece of content in your inbox, there’s no other place where you’re more engaged.” He makes a good point…

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