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Experts will discuss the possible approaches to tracking, ad targeting and ad measurement in light of Apple’s recent iOS 14.5 privacy update and the imminent death of the third-party cookie. They will explore alternative approaches to cookies and Apple’s IDFA for mobile apps, including but not limited to contextual advertising, server data collection and of course , “universal IDs” and the rise of new identity solutions. The conversation will help viewers understand what’s at stake with the demise of the cookie and how they can respect consumers’ demand for privacy while still finding effective means by which to serve relevant ads to target audiences – on any screen.
Building a first-party data strategy should be top of mind for every marketer as we move into a privacy-first future. Data-rich sectors – those that deal directly with customers... read more
“Alexa, when will my order arrive?” The way that consumers are engaging with brands and retailers has evolved massively and the explosion of touchpoints brings a whole new set... read more
The Drum will bring together futurists and digital leaders to sneak preview the next technology in retail. With many countries moving back to physical retail, how will the shop of... read more
As the NFL's London Games return after a pandemic-enforced hiatus, the sports giant's director of digital and social content, Jamie King, gives us a play-by-play rundown... read more
The world of NFTs has opened up the metaverse for brands, with the likes of Coca-Cola, Dole and Twitter all jumping into the community. But what value does it bring to marketers?... read more
The race to have a solid first-party data strategy is on, as the industry watches the gradually diminished use of the cookie. Ahead of the curve is leading publisher News Corp in... read more
After a cancelled holiday season in 2020, it comes as no surprise that expected retail spend for Q4 2021 is on the rise – with online spending set to capture a significant share... read more