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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 of retail dollars. So, as marketers gear up for a busy shopping season ahead, how can they ensure that they have the right digital and content strategies in place to appeal to the newly forged habits of the 2021 consumer? In this session, we will explore how brands can create more meaningful and contextually relevant online experiences with the right content that will not only capture the attention of consumers but increase engagement and campaign performance in what is sure to be a holiday season like no other.
What comes after the end of third-party cookies?
Marketers, advertisers, and publishers have long relied on third-party cookies for tracking, data collection, and ad personalization... read more
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... read more
Do consumers want to pay for five different video subscriptions? No. As the likes of Disney+ and HBO Max force create even more choice for users, many are predicting a rebundling.... read more
Take that Burger King. Wendy’s has leapfrogged this mighty competitor in the burger wars. How did they do it? Was it Rick and Morty’s doing? And what’s with all their chatter... read more
As gaming, virtual and social worlds become our reality, are we heading for a future in the metaverse and what place does marketing have in this? This session explores how the mechanics... read more
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"Is your head in a spin about the future of Advanced TV advertising and how to navigate through 2022?"
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The industry is moving towards a default of being privacy-first after a slew of regulations around the world put consumers back in charge. But is privacy-first inherently good or... read more