The New York Times will no longer use 3rd-party data to target ads come 2021, and it is building out a proprietary first-party data platform. Beginning in July, The Times will begin to offer clients 45 new proprietary first-party audience segments to target ads. Those segments are broken up into 6 categories: age (age ranges,… Read More New York Times to phase out all 3rd-party advertising data from 2021
Beginning on April 11, 2020, Facebook Audience Network will no longer fill any ad requests to web and in-stream placements. Facebook warned that campaign performance may fluctuate during the phase-out period. Read Facebook’s post on the change here. But why make the move now? Facebook is reading the writing on the wall, and the writing… Read More Facebook just killed off its web supply in the Audience Network
In this interview with Beet.TV, Sir Martin Sorrell says Google, Facebook, Amazon, Tencent, Alibaba and Tik Tok “are going to emerge from the COVID-19 crisis with huge advantages in terms of data“. For example, Sorrell says, Amazon, during the pandemic, is accumulating consumer data to make targeting more effective. “The targeting and the performance of… Read More [VIDEO] Sir Martin Sorrel’s POV on COVID-19’s long term impact on the industry and priorities for AdTech and Publishers on Google phasing out 3rd party cookies
Merkle launched the Merkury, an identifier designed to allow marketers to continue targeting audiences online without using third-party cookies. Merkle’s Merkury enables first-party, cookie less identity Clean and link offline and digital records for databases, data lakes, and technology platforms Turn anonymous site, media, and email engagements into cookie-less IDs of consumers Enhance cookie-less IDs… Read More Merkle launches an Identity Solution as the industry approaches the Cookie-less World!